A year in the life of taboo-busting British artist, Marc Quinn. This fly-on-the-wall documentary delves into the life of one of the UK’s best known and most controversial artists.
Panel discussion with the film’s director Christopher Ian Smith, Noël James (Director, Milton Keynes Discovery Centre and AHRC New Towns Heritage research network), Michael Edwards (Bartlett School of Planning, UCL), and chaired by Clare Melhuish (Director, UCL Urban Laboratory).
This screening was followed by a director Q&A hosted by Seán McGovern, Programme Advisor at the BFI London Film Festival and Assistant Programmer at the GAZE Film Festival, Dublin, Ireland.
This screening was followed by a director Q&A hosted by DocHouse's Sophie Brown.
This screening was followed by a director Skype Q&A hosted by Mandy Chang, current Commissioning Editor of Storyville.