Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Film: Oxide Ghosts

As part of a small UK tour, Michael Cummings has taken Oxide Ghosts to a number of cinemas around the country and I was fortunate to see the first at the Prince Charles Cinema. Michael was the director of seminal TV Show "Brass Eye", a controversial show, 20 years old and still relevant today.

In this show we got 90 minutes of out-takes and extras previously not broadcast and a brief Q&A with the director afterwards. 

It was fun to get the behind-the-scenes insight into the making of the show but a little frustrating that we'd been asked not to photo or take notes on the chat with the director. 

So it was funny, just like the original show was, and an OK night out.

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