Derek Jarman – A Life in Super 8 -Saturday 16th February – 6pm
At Abbeygate Picturehouse in Bury St Edmunds
1994 | UK | 60 mins
Prod: James Mackay
Derek Jarman (1942-1994) was one of the most important figures in postwar 20th Century British cinema, though over the course of a remarkable career,he maintained a prolific creative output which overlapped into many other realms including stage design, painting, writing and gardening.
We are delighted to welcome the acclaimed director’s long time friend and collaborator James Mackay to introduce a rare screening of Glitterbug (1994) – a montage of Jarman’s Super 8 shorts and personal footage set to an original soundtrack by Brian Eno.
After the screening, Tony Clarke from the Cambridge Super 8 Group will lead a short conversation and Q&A with James Mackay.
Sunday 17th February 2013 at 6:30pm- Free screening
where: upstairs room at Number 4, Hatter Street in Bury St Edmunds (next to the Picturehouse)
Open screen. You may have some Super 8 films you made, bring them along. We will show films from our BnW workshop and from our Cambridge Super 8 collection. Come and join us for a nice and relaxing Sunday evening. Meet some of the people who made the films at the screening.