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The Record comes to Bristol

We’re really excited to be supporting In Between Time with a new dance and theatre performance that will take place on the main stage of Bristol Old Vic.

They’re looking for 45 people from communities across the city to be part of ‘The Record’, a production by award winning New York theatre company 600 HIGHWAYMEN which will be performed at IBT17 Bristol International Festival.

Explore theatre and dance, meet new people, and take centre stage to represent your city: you don’t need any performance experience and anyone living in Bristol aged over 8 years can audition!

Find out more and sign up for auditions at inbetweentime.co.uk/wearetherecord

Audition sign up deadline  23 Sept 2016
Audition                                 30 Sept 2016
Call backs                               1/2 Oct 2016
5 x rehearsals                        16 Jan – 5 Feb 2017
4 x public performances      9 -11 Feb 2017

For more details contact wearetherecord@inbetweentime.co.uk or call the team at In Between Time on 07543 093 674.

Image credit: Maria Baranova

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KWMC Director to judge Cary Grant film competition

Could you write, shoot and edit a 90-second film inspired by North by Northwest – in just one month?

We’re delighted that our Director, Carolyn Hassan, has been invited to judge a short-film challenge commemorating the cinematic work of Cary Grant.

The Cary Comes Home festival takes places on 11th-12th October 2014 and celebrates internationally renowned film star Cary Grant – who was born Archie Leach in our very own city of Bristol. The festival includes film screenings, talks, and a film challenge.

The challenge is free to enter and entries are accepted from 1st September until the deadline of Friday 3rd October 2014, 5pm. Films must be must be under 90 seconds and include at least one of the following: a suit, a classic quote from North by Northwest, a compass, a field, a train, sunglasses, matches.

Shortlisted films will be featured on the festival website and shown on The Big Screen At-Bristol Millennium Square, opposite the Cary Grant statue, over the festival weekend. Winning films will be screened before the red carpet gala screening of North by Northwest at the Bristol Hippodrome on Sunday 12th October.

The films will be judged by a panel including:

  • Carolyn Hassan (Knowle West Media Centre)
  • Rich Warren (Brief Encounters)
  • James Ewen (CineMe)
  • Cathy Poole (MoVIES)
  • Charlie Harman (Compass Presents)
  • Catherine Grant (Film Studies For Free)
  • Gina Fucci (Films at 59)

For more details visit the Cary Comes Home website.

 

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Knowle West Media Centre
Leinster Avenue
Knowle West
Bristol
BS4 1NL
+44 (0) 117 903 0444
enquiries@kwmc.org.uk

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