Legendary Bond director and editor John Glen will be exclusively interviewed at Brighton’s Space event to be held on Thursday 4th June at Emporium.
With five Bond films to his credit, Glen has directed more Bond films than anyone else (For Your Eyes Only, Octopussy, A View to a Kill, The Living Daylights and Licence to Kill) as well as editing On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker and worked as a second unit director on films such as The Italian Job, Superman and The Wild Geese during the 1960s and ’70s.
A number of Bond-related prizes will be raffled at the event, including For My Eyes Only: My Life With James Bond, John Glen’s candid and sometimes humorous behind-the-scenes stories of the making of eight Bond movies whioch includes previously unpublished film stills and storyboard illustrations and details of some classic stunts; tickets for James Bond: The Ultimate Soundtracks, to be held at London’s Royal Festival Hall on October 25th,conducted by Carl Davis; James Bond Encyclopedia, with more than 350 pages packed with fascinating information and a wealth of photos; Last Man Standing, in which Roger Moore lifts the lid on the movie business; and The James Bond Collection, a four-CD box set of music comprising of 54 orchestral tracks from the film series.
The event will be hosted by Lisa Holloway at 8pm at on Thursday 4th June at Emporium, 88 London Road, Brighton, with doors opening at 7.15pm. Places are available via www.thespace.uk.com