We mentioned the new film London Symphony in an earlier blog post, and I’m delighted to say that The London Society has secured some tickets for a screening of the film to be held at Southwark Cathedral on 23 February. After the film there will be a Q+A with the director. More details here.
London Symphony is a modern day ‘city symphony’, shot in black and white at over 300 locations around the capital and with an original soundtrack by the Convent Garden Sinfonia, it shows glimpses of the vibrance and diversity of the capital.
The screening will take place in the beautiful candlelit Cathedral nave and will be followed by a Q&A with the Sub Dean & Canon Pastor Michael Rawson and the Director, Alex Barrett.
The film was nominated for the Michael Powell Award for Best British Film at the Edinburgh International Film Festival 2017.