Ken Loach in Conversation with David Archibald

Ken Loach in Conversation with David Archibald

School of Culture & Creative Arts | College of Arts
Date: Thursday 30 March 2023
Time: 18:00 - 21:00
Venue: The Revelator: Barclay Curle Building. 739 South Street, Glasgow G14 0BX
Category: Films and theatre, Public lectures, Social events, Academic events
Speaker: Ken Loach

The Revelator in association with Edinburgh University Press presents:

Tracking Loach: Politics | Practices | Production

The Revelator Wall of Death, 6pm on 30 March. The event can be attended either in-person, or on Zoom. Can't make it to Glasgow? Sign-up to our online event.

Senior Lecturer in Film & Television Studies David Archibald meets with legendary film director Ken Loach (who will be joining via Zoom) to discuss Archibald's new book, Tracking Loach. This book presents a ground-breaking and unique contribution to the study of cinema. Archibald was granted unprecedented access to observe one of world cinema’s most celebrated and controversial filmmakers, Ken Loach, while he was making the 2012 feature The Angels' Share, which received The Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival. Find out more about the book.

Stick around after the event for book sales with a special discount!

About The Revelator

The Revelator is an ever-evolving artwork initiated by artist Stephen Skrynka and at its core is an ethos of inclusivity, social engagement and experimentation. A circular Art Space, Theatre-in-the-Round and fully functioning Wall of Death made by hand of reclaimed wood and funded entirely by the public. Beautifully hand-crafted with love by a team of devoted volunteers and located in the heart of an ex-Shipyard on the Clyde, it represents solidarity and hope in difficult times.

Entry only by ticket. Capacity is strictly limited. There will be no extra tickets available on the night. MAX two tickets per person. Latecomers will not be admitted once the event has started.

Make sure to wrap up warm as if for an outdoor event as the location is an ex-shipyard.

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