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Fever In The Light

Fever Of The Light

Filmmaker Rebecca E. Marshall has created a letter-in-film to her son in 2033 when he will turn eighteen. According to current predictions, this will be the time when humanity will be preparing for the first manned mission to Mars. Zelly Restorick asks Rebecca about her connection with Hastings, film and her inspiration for Fever Of The Light.

Agafya Lykova

Hastings film night showcases Siberian recluse

“The only thing from the outside world that had really intruded into Agafya’s otherwise pristine forest was loads of fallen space junk amongst the trees”, says Rebecca E Marshall about the surroundings of an extraordinary recluse called Agafya Lykova, who at the age of 73 lives alone in the Siberian Taiga. Marshall,

Image of two people in fancy dress as aliens

Sit back at the all-new Electric Blanket Club

Fifth Black Huts Festival of writing, music and film.

Black Huts Festival returns for a fifth year

The Black Huts Festival of writing, music and film presented by Etruscan Books is back for the fifth year running, hosting a wide spectrum of events at The Beacon and the Electric Palace cinema. Nicholas Johnson writes.

Image of Agafya Lykova

Solitude in Siberia

Agafya Lykova is a 70 year old woman who was born into isolation in the Siberian forest, where she has lived, 150km away from the nearest town, for her entire life. She did not encounter another human aside from her close family until the age of 40, and the last member of her family died 25 years ago. Since then she has lived alone. Hastings Filmmaker and owner of the Electric Palace cinema, Rebecca E Marshall, explains how you can help her bring Agafya’s story to the big screen.

Stills fron Rebecca E Marshalls film, A Hundred Parts, A Hundred Faces

A hundred parts, a hundred faces

is a moving image exhibition by filmmaker Rebecca E Marshall which can be seen before screenings from 13 February to 16 March, Annie Waite reports. 

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