Every Picture Tells a Story will be screening on January 27, 2017 at 7:30 pm at the Firestation Centre for Arts and Culture, Windsor.
The feature length film is directed by James Scott, Oscar winning son of William Scott, and stars Natasha Richardson in her first film role with Alex Norton and Phyllis Logan. It was written by award winning writer Shane Connaughton (My Left Foot). The film is based on William Scott's early life in Scotland and Ireland.
"Strong on feeling...stands as one of the great films about childhood"
- Stills, 1984
The screening is part of an exhibition of William Scott's work, Form - Colour - Space, which opened at Verey Gallery, Eton College on November 10th, 2016. The exhibition explores William Scott's still life practice and includes paintings, drawings and prints, as well as a number of the simple kitchen objects he used to explore form, colour and space.
For tickets and more information, visit the Eton College website or contact Charlotte Villiers:
firstname.lastname@example.org / 01753 370603
For directions to the Firestation Centre for Arts and Culture, please visit their website.