The Alumni Forum, Saturday 23rd March, 16.00 - 17.45 "From Bricks to Flicks"
As part of the 2019 Alumni Open Weekend, Robinson College Alumni Association (Pegasus) has invited three of College's Alumni to talk about their time at Robinson and their careers in film and television at the Alumni Forum. All Robinson College members, Undergraduates, Graduates, Fellows, Staff members, and Alumni are cordially invited to attend that special event.
“FROM BRICKS TO FLICKS” Creativity and Innovation in Film from Robinson Alumni
Gary Sinyor (SPS 1980) is a film director, producer, and writer. His works include Leon the Pig Farmer; The Unkindest Cut; The Unseen; In Your Dreams; Bob the Butler; Love Hurts; The Bachelor; Stiff Upper Lips, Solitaire for 2 and The Jewish Enquirer.
Jonny Persey (SPS Psychology 1988) is a film producer and Director of Met Film based in Ealing and Berlin. His works include Swimming with Men; Deep Water; How to Change the World; Wondrous Oblivion; Donor Unknown; Village at the End of the World; The Great Hip Hop Hoax; The Pied Piper of Hutzovina; Heavy Load; French Film; Little Ashes and Men Who Swim.
Saul Metzstein (Architecture 1989) is a film director. His works include Late Night Shopping; Living the Dream; The Snowman; Suffragette; You, Me and the Apocalypse; Ripper Street; Black Sea; Our Zoo; The Musketeers; Doctor Who; Dredd; Micro Men and Guy X. He is the son of the Architect of Robinson College, Isi Metzstein.
Saul Nassé (Natural Sciences 1984) was Editor of BBC Tomorrow's World, Executive Producer of the Indian version of Strictly Come Dancing and Controller of BBC Learning. He is now Group Chief Executive of Cambridge Assessment, the University's examinations business. Member of RCAA (Pegasus) Committee
Please register for the Alumni Forum here. Thank you.
PLEASE NOTE: Members of the public who wish to attend the Alumni Forum talk "From Bricks to Flicks", please email Robinson College Development Office
We are looking forward to seeing you at the flicks (the Crausaz Wordsworth Building) on Saturday 23rd March at 16.00.