Doors open for networking 6.00pm with a free welcome drink. Film showing and Q&A starts 6.30pm Tickets £5.00 Plus booking fee The story of
Doors open for networking 6.00pm with a free welcome drink.
Film showing and Q&A starts 6.30pm
Tickets £5.00 Plus booking fee
The story of a town is the story of its people.
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Weston super Mare is a town on the up, despite having a reputation as being deadbeat town, the town is full of life.
The women interviewed for ‘Weston super Women’ film documentaries. Come from various backgrounds and yet they all have one thing in common, they have brought inspiration and entrepreneurship to Weston-super-Mare in various ways of creativity and care.
The ‘Weston super Women’ films are heartwarming, inspiring and create a historical line for Weston’s history to where we are at this point in time.
Linda Chan – A high flyer in the cooperate world, until she started to lose her sight. When Linda moved to Weston-super-Mare she was depressed. What she did next, grew her even bigger wings.
Gill Bute – Fought off gangsters to have a company that has created regular long-term employment in Weston-super-Mare.
Amelia Eikli – Turned her life around after just one kiss. She has only been living in Weston for a year and is already painting the town in words.
Valerie Donegan – If you were given away, would you spend your life helping the people who made the streets their home?
Sara Pacey – From childhood dreams of dancing, she creates lofty entertainment events for Weston-super-Mare.
The film production team
Producer and interviewer Becky Walsh moved to Weston when she left home at the tender age of nineteen. Once leaving Weston she lived all over the world. Having gained a reputation both in the personal development field as a self-help author and as a TV and radio presenter, she has returned to Weston to bring her knowledge into the town. www.beckywalsh.com
Associate producer and graphic designer Justyna Steinkeller, originally from Warsaw / Poland, moved to Weston after living in various cities around the world. She approached Becky with the film idea because she wanted to get to know women who are living and working in this town and through their eyes to see and understand this place better.
Cinematographer Sally Low was born in Cape Town where she started her career taking pictures for music magazines photographing acts such as U2, Rodriguez, Oasis, Blur and The Prodigy. After moving to the UK 18 years ago she began working in the film industry as an assistant in the camera department until becoming Director of Photography. www.sallylow.co.uk
Editor Nick Ralph currently working producing high-end commercial work for organisations all over the world. Previously he has worked for the BBC, and spent four years working in Los Angeles on feature films such as Donnie Darko, Hollywood Horror and Twisted.
Please join us for our launch evening where you can see the films for the first time, there will be a Q&A, you can meet the team and nominate women and men in Weston for future film projects.
Weston College are kindly sponsoring the event, their Principal and Chief Executive, Dr Paul Phillips CBE commented; “We are delighted to be supporting this event, Weston College is passionate about supporting the residents of Weston-super-Mare and helping our community to grow.”
MinutemanPress Bristol has kindly donated all of our printed materials.
Drone footage by Glyn Berwick
Promo film music by our friends Late Cambrian
Photo images and Hot air balloon slow-mo Neil O’Donoghue
(Thursday) 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Weston College Conference Centre
Lower Church Road, Weston-super-Mare, BS23 2AL