"LONDON SYMPHONY" is a brand new silent film, which offers a poetic journey through the city of London, celebrating its culture and rich diversity. When released theatrically the title received glowing reviews from critics.
The film is divided into four parts, corresponding to the first four movements of a musical symphony. The First, morning, looks at construction in the City from its oldest building to the newest. The Second movement takes place at Midday and explores the city's quieter spaces. In the Third movement the film looks at shopping, culture, museums and education as well as the many religions that co-exist alongside each other, whilst the Fourth and final movement follows the Thames from East to West exploring the many bridges along the way.
The director, Alex Barrett, has created a wonderful love letter to London which follows in the footsteps of previous "city symphonies", a genre that flourished in the 1920's, raising important and universal questions about the nature of community life.To enter just send an email with LONDON SYMPHONY in the subject line to firstname.lastname@example.org please list your NAME, EMAIL, ADDRESS & TWITTER HANDLE (if available).
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