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Culture, History

Bridgeman Goes to the Griersons

Last week we were lucky enough to attend the 42nd annual Grierson Awards ceremony in London’s Queen Elizabeth Hall. It was a star-studded do, hosted by the excellent Sue Perkins, witty and charming as always, but with an added fierceness as she reproached the documentary film industry for its lack of female […]

Stone Hill Center / Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts, USA
Art, Culture, History

Apollo Award Winner 2014: Explore the art collection of the Clark Institute

UK based arts and culture bible, Apollo Magazine, recently named The Sterling and Francine Clark Institute in Williamstown, Massachusetts, the best Museum Opening (or re-opening) of 2014. In July, the museum, usually referred to simply as The Clark, unveiled their brand new space featuring cutting edge design by Japanese architect […]

Corn Poppies in Holm, 2004 (oil on canvas) by Susanne Wind
Art, Culture, History

A Day to Remember

In her own words Beatrice Okoro, Bridgeman’s UK Account Manager for TV and Film, recalls taking part in the artistic installation ‘Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red’ that sees the Tower of London’s moat filled with over 800,000 ceramic poppies.   The day arrived for me to volunteer at the […]

John Halas and Joy Batchelor working on the film animation of 'Animal Farm' adapted from the book by George Orwell (1903-50) (b/w photo), English Photographer, (20th century) / Halas & Batchelor Collection Ltd.
Culture

Joy Batchelor – Life in Animation

Who was Joy Batchelor? To celebrate the centenary of her birth and the release a new biography, Beatrice Okoro, Bridgeman’s UK Account Manager for TV and Film, rediscovers her groundbreaking achievements in the animation industry.     On 1st October 2014 I spent an evening at the Hungarian Culture Centre to […]