Brighton Film School sponsors "Bond on the Big Screen"
Brighton Film School proudly sponsored the recent "Bond on the Big Screen Event: 50 Years in the Secret Service" held in conjunction with Duke of Yorks Cinema and Soundstage Events to celebrate the James Bond franchise.
The James Bond character is an institution of British cinema and the event brought together some of the most talented filmmakers in the industry to reflect on the impact the franchise has made over the last 50 years and the direction it might take in the future.
Speaking to a large audience was William P Cartlidge (Associate Producer of The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker), Paul Inglis (Art Director of Skyfall and Quantum of Solace), Costume Designer Lindy Hemming and veteran stuntman Vic Armstrong.
Those in attendance were treated to on-stage interviews, audience Q&A sessions and specially compiled montages celebrating iconic moments from the history of James Bond - from gadgets to girls to evil henchmen.
Andy Green, Chief Executive of the event sponsors Brighton Film School said:
It was a fantastic event that celebrated one of the iconic characters in film. I was delighted to be involved and hear from some of the key people that bring this wonderful series of films to our screens. It's great to think that in our school right now there could very well be the talent to create another 50 year franchise.
Brighton Film School is currently accepting applications for their Filmmaking HNC and short courses. Visit www.brightonfilmschool.co.uk for more information or to apply, or call them on 01273602070 to make an appointment to tour their studios and facilities.
For further information please contact Richard Campbell on 01273602070.