Farm Street Films: Ingmar Bergman’s Magic Flute
Date(s) - 20 Dec 2012
6:45 pm - 10:00 pm
The Farm Street Film Club screens and discusses films that raise moral and spiritual issues for contemporary Christian living. Each screening is followed by wine and nibbles.
The evening begins with an introductory talk at 6:45pm in the Church Hall, the screening is at 7pm and discussion with refreshments following.
Free. All are welcome!
About Peter Bridgman
Peter Bridgman is a graduate of London University and the National Film & Television School, Beaconsfield. At the NFTS he edited a number of films, including the BAFTA award-winning animation Grand National, before going on to write and direct three shorts. The second of these, The Nose, was screened at several international film festivals, winning a Gold Plaque at Chicago. Peter has been training film editors, assistants and industry hopefuls in editing and nonlinear post-production. He has taught in 3 continents and is an occasional tutor at the Short Course Unit in Beaconsfield, Cambridge University Moving Image Studio (CUMIS), the Northern Film School (Leeds Metropolitan University), and BBC Training.