SOUP: A Night of Artists Films

Image Credit: Edd Carr; A Guide to British Trees (still)

Caraboo Projects, Unit 2, Stafford Street, Bristol BS3 4DA

info@carabooprojects.com

Sunday 14 October 2018
7-9PM
Opening Hours: 6.30-9PM

‘Soup’ brings together artists and filmmakers selected from the South West and beyond for a special one night event at Caraboo Projects, Bristol. Within our gallery spaces we will be projecting an exciting range of short films in two parts over the evening with an opportunity for refreshments and a chance to catch your breath in the middle. Come and join us for an alternative cinema experience and an opportunity to meet with filmmakers.

Artists: Amy Gough; Andrew McSweeney; Azra Hinton + Jack Williams (Jazzrack Productions); Bronny Salter; David Morgan-Davies; Edd Carr; Ian Williamson + James Hopkins + Tori Carr (members of Dank Collective); Isobel Adderley; Julie Brixey-Williams + Libby Worth + Bucy MacDonald; Salvador Herrera; Shahar Tuchner; Susan Francis.

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