You can now watch / stream all of Sean’s films on Vimeo via its ‘OnDemand’ service, the links are as follows…
The Reluctant Revolutionary (vimeo.com/ondemand/reluctantrevolutionary), Japan: A Story Of Love And Hate (vimeo.com/ondemand/japanastoryofloveandhate), The Liberace Of Baghdad (vimeo.com/ondemand/theliberaceofbaghdad), Hull’s Angel (vimeo.com/ondemand/hullsangel), Settlers (vimeo.com/ondemand/settlers), and The Minders (vimeo.com/ondemand/theminders) are now all available to watch / stream as part of Vimeo’s excellent ‘ondemand’ service.
Apologies… but I have had to disable all comments and pingbacks to Sean’s blog because of the behaviour of spammers.
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Sean’s film The Reluctant Revolutionary will have its U.S. première at the Traverse City Film Festival. Sean will be appearing at the screenings.
The Traverse City Film Festival was founded by film maker Michael Moore.
City Opera House, Thursday 2nd August 6:00 PM
Milliken Auditorium, Sunday 5th August 6:00 PM
Sean McAllister took part in the ‘Sheffield International Documentary Festival’ (SIDF) Tribute to Colin Young. Other gusts / speakers (in this video) were Nick Broomfield, Joan Churchill, Kim Longinotto, and Molly Dineen. This event was filmed by Jude Calvert-Toulmin.
ColinColin Young: In 1964, Colin established the first Department of Visual Anthropology at UCLA where he motivated some outstanding filmmakers to explore the boundaries of observational filmmaking. In 1970 Colin was invited to found a national film school in the UK – the NFTS which he directed from 1970 till 1992, continuing to motivate filmmakers to break boundaries, and confirming his reputation as the godfather of observational filmmaking. He then founded Ateliers du Cinéma Européen which he ran until 1996. He is a BAFTA Fellow and a governor of the NFTS.
Sean McAllister Q&A with Jeremy Hardy at the Sheffield International Documentary Festival (SIDF) following the screening of The Reluctant Revolutionary on Friday the 15th June 2012