23 September 2022
Reading 2050 is a short film commissioned by Reading Thames Festival to celebrate the significance of culture, heritage and art now and in Reading’s future. It features local people and places that make Reading a great place to live today.
Written by Timothy Stacey and Cassian Barraclough
Directed by Cassie Barraclough and Nick Thompson
DOP James Llewelyn
Editor Bethan Hill
Camera Operator Samuel Kirkman
Sound Recordist Daniel Spiers
Sound Mix Nick Barraclough
Credit Design Fiona Cleland
Runner Kate Stacey
Featuring: Qian Chen | Gavi Singh Chera | Sasha Clarke | Jack Clements | Elijah Ferreira | Mary Genis | Sir John Madejski | Tutu Melaku | George Robinson-Mills | Gabrielle Moulton | Cllr Karen Rowland | Jack Stacey | Suzanne Stallard | Cassian Webb
Production photography: Samuel Kirkman
Reading Studio of Dramatic Art, Reading College, Kings Road, Reading RG1 4HJ
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