5 February 2016 4.00pm — 6.00pm
Lecture Theatre, Weston Library (Map)
Screening and discussion
A documentary film fourteen years in the making, Beatus: The Spanish Apocalypse explores the art, history and cultural ramifications of one of Spain's greatest national treasures, the corpus of illuminated and illustrated medieval manuscripts based on the 8th-century apocalyptic commentary by the monk Beatus of Liébana. Filmed on location in Spain, the documentary journeys through the towns, villages, routes, churches and monasteries behind the making of the 27 surviving manuscripts.
All welcome. Running time 77 minutes; followed by a conversation with director Murray Grigor and co-producer Hamid Shams.
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