Stranger on the Shore – Hounds of Whitby

28 August 2016 // Film/TV

Stranger on the Shore is a new cycle of video-poems by Michael Smith and Maxy Neil Bianco, looking at the bohemian eccentricity of Hastings, the dockside desolation of the Thames Estuary, and the spooky enchantment of Whitby. The films feature an original soundtrack by Andrew Weatherall & Nina Walsh. In the run up to the […]

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Stranger on the Shore

26 August 2016 // Film/TV

Stranger on the Shore is a new cycle of video-poems by Michael Smith and Maxy Neil Bianco, looking at the bohemian eccentricity of Hastings, the dockside desolation of the Thames Estuary, and the spooky enchantment of Whitby. The films feature an original soundtrack by Andrew Weatherall & Nina Walsh. In the run up to the […]

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Stranger on the Shore

23 August 2016 // Film/TV

We had the pleasure of showing one of these short films at the Thames festival recently. The series is now complete and as you’ll gather from the flyer above public viewings are being arranged. Ahead of the screening at The Social we’ll be running trailers on the site. Here are some words from film-maker and […]

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The River Man

31 July 2016 // Film/TV //Fishing //On Water

Richard Gorodecky’s film The River Man is now available to watch via Vimeo On Demand. This ‘fated love story between a man and a river’ tells the tale of Connie Corcoran – one of Ireland’s great salmon fishing guides – and the Blackwater River, which he has dedicated his life to.

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Newsletter Competition – BFI Bundle

21 July 2016 // Competition //Film/TV

Ronald Blythe’s Akenfield and J.L. Carr’s A Month in the Country stand as two of the most evocative portraits of English rural life in 20th century literature. Both books were adapted into films which, after years of relative obscurity, have just been re-released by the BFI in newly remastered DVD and Blu-ray editions. On tomorrow’s […]

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