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The Roses: Words on Wide Screen Festival
Jane Eyre on Film
Saturday 27 July 2013 at 2pm
The Elmbury Room, Tewkesbury Library, Sun Street, Tewkesbury
In this interactive lecture, scriptwriter and author Elspeth Rushbrook looks at screen adaptations of Charlotte Brontë’s gothic romance over the last 30 years. With clips, stills and seldom seen outtakes, Elspeth follows Jane’s spiritual journey and looks at three seminal characters who only have fleeting film appearances.
In partnership with Tewkesbury Library, Words In Wide Screen shines a light on many different approaches to adapting the written word for the screen. With events taking place in Tewkesbury Library, just next door to The Roses, the series combines a host of film screenings, director talks, lectures and workshops to make this a complete experience for film fans and literature lovers alike.
The Minories GalleriesIncluding the work of the Colchester-based book artist Anna Johnson who has produced a Bewick illustrated edition of Jane Eyre. (via Tale-Pieces)
Masters at the Minories
27.07.2013 to 24.08.2013
MA Final Year Students
Work by students graduating from Colchester School of Art’s MA courses: Art, Design and the Book; Contemporary Art and Professional Practice; Sculptural Practice.