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Ron Geesin: An Improvised Life - screening and Q&A, next month Print E-mail
Written by Matt   
Sunday, 17 April 2016

Ron GeesinIn October last year, the world premiere of Ron Geesin - An Improvised Life took place. This is a new, one hour documentary that explores the life of this remarkable, yet largely unsung, artist through a mixture of live performance, interviews, film extracts and archive material. The film includes never before seen footage of Ron Geesin and David Gilmour at the 2008 Atom Heart Mother concert at London's Cadogan Hall, which featured blistering guitar and pedal steel work from David.

The film has interviews with David Gilmour, Nick Mason, Pete Townshend, Peter Gabriel, Robert Wyatt and Bridget St John amongst many others.

The good news for those who missed out on that screening, is that another is lined up for next month. The film will be shown at FILMIC in Bristol on Sunday May 8th at 2pm. Tickets for the event are now on sale via Watershed.co.uk.

Following the screening, there will be a Q&A with Ron Geesin himself. An event not to be missed!

More information on the documentary can be found at GeesinImprovLife.com; the film's official Facebook page can be found at Facebook.com/GeesinDoc. Finally, here's the trailer for An Improvised Life...

 
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