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New Natural History + Q&A with Margaret Salmon

Saturday 05 March 2016, 10:00 to 11:30

Selected clips from the artists new film along with selected short films that have influenced her work.

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Margaret Salmon offers an exclusive presentation of scenes from her forthcoming feature film Eglantine, followed by a programme of archive shorts that have influenced her work and a selection of early natural history films selected from the BFI National Archive by Bryony Dixon, Curator of Silent Film, BFI.

In Eglantine, the eponymous eight year-old heroine is lost in the woods and must navigate a range of real and imagined incidents and habitats on her journey back to her tent, before her mother discovers her absence. Shot on 35mm with a score by electronic composer Matthew Herbert, this is a love poem to the natural world and childhood.


This event is part of Parallel: ICO Art + Cinema Weekend


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