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25 September 2019: Requiem for a Village


Requiem for a Village
David Gladwell, 1976, 68 min

"Directed by master cinematographer David Gladwell, Requiem for a Village explores the provincial past of a Suffolk town, poetically drifting through eras, allowing us to experience the portent of a place and its history all at once. Like an interactive tour through suburbia, the film is an experience like no other." – Joel Whitaker

Part of Ringroads: Playfulness in British Psychogeography, curated by Joel Whitaker