MR. PAGE GOES
FIRST RETROSPECTIVE OF TREVELYAN'S FILMS TO BE SHOWN AT HARVARD UNIVERSITY
The magic of THE MOON AND THE SLEDGEHAMMER is reaching dizzying heights. Mr. Page’s straightforward wisdom on life is headed to the hallowed halls of Harvard University where America’s brightest will hear about how having a monkey as a pet beats a fox but it’s not as good as a kangaroo… And why we should be worrying more about what’s happening on earth without bothering about going to the moon. The moon is fine up there… as long as I’ve got room to swing a sledgehammer…
This exciting news comes as part of the first ever PHILIP TREVELYAN RETROSPECTIVE, to be held at Harvard University from 3rd – 5th April this year. Haden Guest, Head of Film Archives, is delighted to be curating the event which will include Lambing, Ship Hotel – Tyne Main, Big Ware, Basil Bunting and K491.
Due to an unexpected incident at the airport Mr Trevelyan was unable to travel. Harvard has postponed the event until later in the year. Check back soon for updates.