A film by Bill Jackson
Showing across the weekend
on the Messums Easts ArtHub Screen
Three Hours is a film by Bill Jackson as part of The Endless Coloured Ways, a project that celebrates the songs of Nick Drake. The film accompanies an interpretation of Nick Drake’s Three Hours by John Parish and Aldous Harding, and was shot on the coastal strip of Lowestoft. Played in full across the festival weekend on the Planet Positive screen, this will be its first ever public screening and is a tribute to Lowestoft.
Bill’s involvement with the project saw him make nine bespoke films over the last year for artists such as David Gray, John Grant, Fontaines D.C. and Craig Armstrong, most of which were filmed in Suffolk and Norfolk.