Part of the 'Behind the Screen' series of talks
Mon 7 March // 20:00
Tickets: £5 - have to buy in blocks of 2
For the last 25 years David Parker has been collecting and showcasing home movies in his documentary films for television. Using clips from his series ‘Mud Sweat and Tractors’, ‘Sea Fever’ and ‘Shooting the War’, as well as his latest series for TV ‘Britain on Film’, David will illustrate ways that he weaves home movies into his programme and show just how valuable this sadly neglected media can be in telling stories about how we lived in the last Century.
David Parker is a Bristol-based television producer and director. His documentaries for BBC, ITV and Channel Four have won numerous awards.
Part of BEHIND THE SCREEN:
A series of talks given by filmmakers and artists on their craft, with film illustrations, at the Cube cinema. Four events supported by the Cube and the Bristol Radical History Group.
Monday Jan. 10th 2022 MORE EARTH WILL FALL – Documentary film making and ethics SAM LIEBMANN
Monday Jan. 24th MOVEMENT IN THE MOVEMENT – Dance as a necessary tool for radical change CLEO LAKE
Monday Jan. 30th CHASING DAYDREAMS - putting workers on film COLIN THOMAS