Sound and Vision: Popular Music in British Films in the 1960s

Were the 1960s a period of healthy pop-cultural cross-fertilisation? This event will consider the use of popular music in British films during the mid to late 1960s and its influence on the ‘Britpop’ phenomenon in the 1990s. From A HARD DAY’S NIGHT and HELP, to LOCK, STOCK AND TWO SMOKING BARRELS, this talk will consider the crossover potential of music into soundtrack and image.Led by Tim Young, Film Programmer, The DukesTickets: £2.50