Thu 17 October 2019 19:00-21:00 - Professor Stuart Hall 326
Alienation, confusion, academic prejudice and resistance - the real price to pay for a PHD.
This one location experimental short film tackles feelings of racial prejudice and alienation, through the real life PhD thesis of TC SMITH.
Directed by Peter Lowe and written by TC Smith. The film will be followed by discussion with cast and Director.
Peter Lowe graduated from Goldsmiths University London with an MA in Film and Business. He has made a number of short films, including documentaries. In 2012 Peter wrote and produced the independent film SE1; the film was released in the UK to DVD. Peter co-wrote MONTANA, an exciting feature film that played at the Berlin, Buff and New York Urban festival. Montana has been distributed in a number of countries and was also nominated for two awards. II’s USA release came in 2015. Most recently Peter was a finalist in the 2018 New York screenplay contest.
PSH 326 is on the third floor of the Professor Stuart Hall Building. There is step-free access via a lift. The lift is located at the rear of the building next to the Cafe. The building can be accessed step-free via a footpath with a moderate slope on the far side of the College Green.