FACT: Bill Viola: The Road to St Paul’s

    Location (with MAP): FACT
    Date/Time: Tuesday 14 November 2017. All Day
    Event: Film - FACT: Bill Viola: The Road to St Paul’s
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    OXY FILMS’ new film documentary ‘BILL VIOLA: THE ROAD TO ST PAUL’s’
    An intimate documentary about the world’s greatest video artist Bill Viola
    Director/Producer: Gerald Fox UK 2017.  82 minutes
    November 14th – LIVERPOOL FACT, 88 Wood St, Liverpool L1 4DQ
    (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology www.fact.co.uk )
    and around the UK throughout November
    trailer here

    ‘BILL VIOLA: THE ROAD TO ST PAUL’s’ is a powerful, moving portrait of the world’s most influential video artist, BILL VIOLA, and his wife and close collaborator, Kira Perov.  The film documents the couple’s 12-year odyssey to create two permanent video installations for St Paul’s Cathedral in London.  Martyrs (2014) and Mary (2016) symbolise some of the profound mysteries of human existence.  This film follows Viola’s remarkable story of creating the first art commission of its kind to be installed in Britain’s most famous religious space.

    ‘BILL VIOLA: THE ROAD TO ST PAUL’S’ at the following screens:
    November 8th                    London, Picturehouse Central
    November 9th                    London, Hackney Picturehouse
    November 12th                  London, Dochouse, Curzon Bloomsbury
    November 14th                  Liverpool, FACT
    November 15th                  London, East Dulwich Picturehouse
    November 16th                  London, Curzon Soho
    November 21st                  Cambridge Picturehouse
    November 28th                  Leeds Hyde Park Picturehouse
    November 30th                  Brighton, Dukes at Komedia
    January 13th                       Manchester, HOME
    dates to be added in Bristol, Glasgow and other cities across the UK
    Director, producer, writer:           Gerald Fox
    Editor:                                                John Street
    Directors of Photography:           Steve Haskett, Simon Fanthorpe
    Sound:                                               John Quinn

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