Posts Under ‘Film’ Category


I’m fascinated by how visuals and music can combine to tell a story. Not a gig with video, not gig-theatre (eg Klanghaus) but a production that sets out to place the video, the message and the music on an equal footing. ┬áSentinel at Sale Waterside, part of the Manchester Science Festival, weaves music and video… Continue Reading →

Edinburgh – History History History

During this performance of History History History, Deborah Pearson talks about how compassion and censorship have shaped our perception of history. She describes her grandfather who starred in the 1956 Hungarian film that plays behind her; she promised she would omit anything negative about him. ┬áThis is a film that has been censored, edited and… Continue Reading →