Sunday, 11 May 2014

The UK Premiere of a film by Duncan Ganley: midnight, mid-Atlantic...

Please join the UK Premiere Screening of 

Midnight, mid-Atlantic... 
by Duncan Ganley
on Thursday 15th May 2014 at the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse,
38-39 St Andrew's St, Cambridge, CB2 3AR

Doors open at 10:15am.
Screening begins at 10:30am.
It’s free!!
To give an idea of numbers, please register via Eventbrite here.


The world of a reclusive and enigmatic film director is brought to light in this new film from Duncan Ganley.

A Researcher travels to Iceland to investigate a lingering mystery - What really happened during the shooting of a much hyped, but still unreleased, movie called 'Keflavík'?
From initial clues found at the Archives of Millennium Panic Pictures, the Researcher journeys through the Icelandic landscape in search of what he hopes will be the answer to one of cinema's forgotten conundrums.
However, from the cosmopolitan nightlife of Reykjavík, to the isolated glaciers and dramatic waterfalls of Iceland, all is perhaps not what it appears.
(59 minutes)

This screening is organised in collaboration with the Cambridgeshire Film Consortium and Anglia Ruskin University.

Duncan Ganley is a Lecturer on the BA & MA Photography and MA Fine Art
courses at Cambridge School of Art / Anglia Ruskin University.
You can find more information at the website.

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