Long Live Living British Cinema

A Time/Image Screening

Last night Living British Cinema hosted their inaugural event at Queen Mary Univeristy of London and the TIME/IMAGE team was there to screen three films from the British Council Archive. The screening was preceded by a talk from Lucy Bolton and Charles Drazin, the founders of Living British Cinema, TIME/IMAGE’s very own Samuel Milsom issued a call to all budding filmmakers to get in touch with us to try their hand at some creative re-interpretations of the films, and finally Adam Field introduced the films Island People (1940), The Life of the Rabbit (1945)and General Election (1945).

Watch the talks below:

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