Hannah Blackmore CR Bursary Film: The Regulars

Hannah Blackmore, who was recently awarded a £1,000 bursary from CR to create a new piece of work, courtesy of iStockphoto, has completed a new documentary film with the money. It is shown here.

Hannah Blackmore, who was recently awarded a £1,000 bursary from CR to create a new piece of work, courtesy of iStockphoto, has completed a new documentary film with the money. It is shown here.

Blackmore is one of five outstanding graduates featured in the September issue of CR. The Regulars continues her interest in the changing face of Ramsgate in Kent. The film documents life in the Western Undercliff Cafe, located along a once-popular promenade in Ramsgate, which has now been replaced by the truck-filled A299.

As in her previous films, which have addressed the changing shopping streets in Ramsgate, The Regulars shows off Blackmore’s photographic eye and delicate handling of a poignant story. More of her film and photography work can be seen online at hannah-blackmore.com. You can see the work of the other four graduates selected by CR in our September Graduate Special issue, details are below.

Thanks to iStockphoto for providing the bursary.

 

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