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Inside Ian Emes - Shorts
WEDNESDAY 23 JULY, 7.00 – 11.00
The Fox, Palmers Green
Ian Emes is a Bowes Parkie and an engaging raconteur whose life and art on film is a fascinating story. Prepare for a psychedelic evening!
After studying fine art at Birmingham College of Art, Ian began his career as an animator. His award winning experimental film French Windows (1972), brought him to the attention of Pink Floyd who commissioned him to direct their first animated concert film The Dark Side of the Moon (1974), which includes the legendary Time sequence. Ian also acted as advisor on The Wall, while creating other works such as Tubular Bells for Mike Oldfield (1975) and the iconic Oriental Nightfish for Paul and Linda McCartney. Ian is now facing one of his most challenging experiences entertaining the Talkies crowd!
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