To kick off the Kino Quickies season on March 13th 2022, we picked a sure fire crowd pleaser. The Ghost Camera is a comedy / mystery / thriller starring Henry Kendall as John Gray, Ida Lupino as May Elton and John Mills as her brother, Ernest.
When John Gray finds a camera on the back seat of his car, he develops the film to try to find out the owner. What he discovers sets him on the path to danger, adventure and, perhaps, love.
The film was directed by Bernard Vorhaus and edited by a very young David Lean.
Our specially invited expert guest for the post show Q&A was film critic & historian, Pam Hutchinson.
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Your hosts are Dom Delargy and Dr Lawrence Napper
Riding the faders and twiddling the knobs for this recording was Robin Warren AKA Robin The Fog who has a busy and diverse portfolio of work. Find him on Twitter or on his website and you can also hear him on Resonance FM.
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You can hear the trailer preview episode of the Kino Quickies HERE.
The next Kino Quickies screening is Death at Broadcasting House (1934) on March 27th. Our special guest will be Josephine Botting, curator at the BFI. Don't forget to BOOK.
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For a limited time only, The Ghost Camera is on the Talking Pictures TV streaming catch-up service, Encore (free registration required)