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Talks in Huston in January

Huston School of Film will hold a series of talks this month. Here are the details:

Liz Gill will present Running the Show
2.30 on Thursday 10th January, Main Room Huston School.

Running the Show

Liz Gill is the director of the 2003 feature film GOLDFISH MEMORY and television episodes from EAST ENDERS, HARDY BUCKS, DECEPTION. She will be presenting her recently published book RUNNING THE SHOW and talking about her extensive experience as First AD on over 15 films. At 5pm there will be an informal reception and book launch.

Niall McCann will present ART WILL SAVE THE WORLD.
2.30 Thursday 17th January, Main Room Huston School.

Art will Save the World

Huston graduate from the MA in Production & Direction Niall McCann will present his creative documentary on Luke Haines. Singer. Songwriter. Novelist. Artist. Luke Haines is regularly described as one of the greatest English contemporary songwriters, who launched Britpop and jumped ship as soon as it set sail. His wry commentaries respect few boundaries and his musical arrangements are uniquely suited to both the worlds of music and film. ART WILL SAVE THE WORLD explores the work, legacy, struggles, battles and future of this perennial outsider of Britpop and the British music scene.

More info on their website HERE

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