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YOUR COMPARE FOR THE EVENING ~ MR WILLIAM BOULT
WELCOME & INTRODUCTION ~ HUGH THOMAS ~ DIRECTOR MY FUTURE MY CHOICE
ROGER GRIFFITH ~ WRITER / UJIMA RADIO HOST ~ 20 mins
Reflections on the complex variety of ways in which Bristol’s long history as a port city has enriched its’ distinctive culture.
PROXI AND PERI: ONE LAST JOB ~ NATHAN HUGHES / ROUGH GLORY FILMS ~ 2015 (10 mins)
Proxy and Peri, 'the tides made flesh', are compelled to venture up the River Avon to remind the people of Bristol about the
importance of tides to the heritage, history and future of their city. They’ve successfully managed the second largest tidal
reach in the world since the 1607 Tsunami, but must now complete one last job before retiring to the Mediterranean.
STAND UP POETRY ~ CONOR MCLEOD
Edinburgh Fringe featured poet and comedian who has been described as "the funniest poet in the region" and "a solid 6/10". He's
in his final year at Bath Spa University and enjoys long walks on the beach.
TIDAL CULTURES - PROFESSOR OWAIN JONES
Inter-disciplinary celebrations of tidal cultures from the Professor of Environmental Humanities at Bath Spa University.
BUCKETLAND -FLOTSAM & JETSAM RAFFLE HOSTED BY THE BRISTOL CRUISING CLUB
You’ve got to be in it to win whatever the tides washed in & winners get to play their cards right for tonight’s star prize.
WHEN WRONG IS THE ONLY RIGHT LEFT ~ JONATHAN PRIEST ~ 2016
Can a circus travel without moving? A film about Past Life Regression in which a researcher travels into the past to perform
a trick on the present. Jonathan is a practicing circus artist and teacher undertaking a PhD in Choreography specific to the
Circus Arts funded by the University of the Arts in Stockholm.
THE LAY OF THE BRISTOL CROC ~ RALPH HOYTE
Ralph Hoyte is a declamatory poet (he writes ‘for the voice’), spatial poet, and producer of locative media for smartphones.
His work spans epic length Gothic Romantic ‘touch-sensitive audio-sculptures’ to GPS-triggered located soundscapes.
NO REST FOR THE FLUID ~ NATHAN HUGHES / ROUGH GLORY FILMS ~ 2016 (16 mins)
Proxi and Peri, 'the tides made flesh' awake on a bleak shore, surprised to still be human, as they anticipated a well-earned
retirement managing marginal Mediterranean tides. They cross a barren landscape in search of the moon, and argue the
pros and cons of being human en route. The film pays homage to buddy movies and Spaghetti Westerns to raise questions
about our ambivalent relationship with the non-human world.
9:50 ~ 11:30
DJ MANROUF – DANCE / WORLD MUSIC CELEBRATING BRISTOL’S PORT CITY HERITAGE
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