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  • Adapting Books for the Small Screen: A Talk by Richard Burrell

     

    Richard Burrell

    Producer Richard Burrell will talk about his work producing TV dramas in the UK and internationally – specifically, his work adapting books for the small screen. The focus of his discussion will be on his most recent and upcoming projects, including All Creatures Great and Small and Alex Rider.

    Since starting out in The National Youth Theatre of Great Britain, alongside Daniel Craig, Richard Burrell left treading the boards and went behind the camera. Initially at the BBC, Richard has gone on to Produce and Executive Produce a range of drama shows for prime time transmission both in the UK and Internationally, including Waking The Dead (winning an International Emmy), Robin Hood, Filth: The Mary Whitehouse Story, The Invisibles, All The Small Things, Framed, Silent Witness, Farang, StrikeBack, All Creatures Great and Small, and Alex Rider.

     

    For a link to the Zoom event, please email elewis@rocklandmaine.gov.

     

    Date

    May 13 2021
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    Time

    3:00 pm

    Location

    Rockland Public Library ONLINE

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