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Film screening and Q & A

Sat 23 Nov 2013

11.30am Free

Time Bleeds is an experimental documentary shot in Folkestone in Kent, which was previously the gateway to the First World War for over 8 million troops and lies at the heart of this documentary. The historical importance of Folkestone led to a group of people coming together in February 2013with one question in mind "What if we forget?".

A hundred years on, the First World War is moving out of living memory. What does that mean for us? Could anything like it happen again? During this experimental documentary the participants were taken back to WW1 through a series of method acting workshops to answer these questions.

Don't miss: Lachrymose performance at 2pm and 3.30pm.

Violafilms was founded in 2012 by Samuel Supple & Debra McGee, their aim is to make film provoking for their audience.

Their first commission was Magwitch funded by the British Film Institute which screened at the Toronto International Film Festival, The Morelia International Film Festival and many other high profile festivals and events.
Their most recent piece, Time Bleeds is an experimental documentary commissioned by the Prosper Programme via Arts Council England, to commemorate the centenary of the First World War, asking the important question ‘what happens if we forget?’. The film will be touring galleries, museums  and heritage sites throughout the UK in 2014.

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