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Independent Miss Craigie + Director’s Q&A
This insightful and beautifully crafted film explores the career of one of the first British female documentary filmmakers, Jill Craigie – the woman who directed the much-loved post-war documentary about Plymouth, The Way We Live. With access to unseen papers and a rich archive of films, letters, photographs and interviews Independent Miss Craigie explores the life of this forceful and charismatic director and revisits her energetic struggles to get her radical films made and distributed.
If you would like to watch The Way We Live as a complement to this screening, it is available for free on the BFI Player.
This screening will be followed by a Q&A with Director Lizzie Thynne and Associate Producer, Hollie Price. Hosted by PAC Director Anna Navas.
Supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.
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