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Reflections – Sixties Counterculture in Cambridge

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Interesting film about the Cambridge counterculture by Alexandros Papathanasiou. Seven local interviewees recall memories such as Syd Barrett playing at a wedding reception, Mods and rockers meeting by the Mill pond, Vietnam war protests and the beginning of Strawberry Fair.


‘Reflections: Sixties Counterculture in Cambridge’ from ALEXANDROS PAPATHANASIOU on Vimeo.

Reminiscence of the sixties alternative movement in Cambridge by seven local interviewees. The film reflects the interviewees memories during that time as well as it addresses their powerful conclusions about the impact of the 60’s alternative generation on the present time.

Credits:

Interviewees
Diana McKenna
Stephen Pyle
Warren Dosanjh
Bruce Males
Annie Stewart
Richard Jacobs
Mick Brown

Co-Director, Producer, Writer, Filmmaker & Editor
Alexandros Papathanasiou

Co-Director & Co-Producer
Kameron Stroud

Animator, Co-Editor, Special Effects Designer &
Co-Producer
Dan Brand

Co-Producer & Script Supervisor
Jocelyn Xavier

Animation’s Set Designer
Rachael Ross

Animation’s Costume Designer
Nathana Serwah-Appiah

Illustrators
Luke Marsh
Alexander Smirnov

Music composers
Christos Stylianou
Alexandros Papathanasiou

Additional illustrations
Ben Wilson

Camera assistants
Steve Tompkinson
Radoslaw Szaraniec
Shameela Walker

Sound Recordist
Alexander Stables

Interviewer
Sarah Bailey

Songs
‘My Generation’ by The Who
‘Here Comes the Sun’ by Beatles
‘Blowing in the Wind’ by Bob Dylan
‘Jeff Blues’ by the The Yardbirds
‘Down by the Riverside’ by The Dirty Dozen Brass Band
‘Street Fighting Man’ by the Rolling Stones

Archive footage
ITN Source
Strawberry Fair Film Festival
www. archive.org

Archive pictures
Richard Jacobs
Stephen Pyle
Annie Steward
Glynn Thomas
Diana McKenna
Mick Brown
Brian ‘Freddie’ Foskett
Bruce Males



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