Film posters at the Harris

Checking one of the Chaplin film posters at the Harris

We finished photographing the early film posters at the Harris Museum this morning. We had to use part of the Story of Preston gallery as a studio. This caused a great deal of interest from visitors to the gallery who saw the work underway. I really enjoyed talking to visitors about the posters. Thanks to Peter and Heather for their help today in moving and positioning the posters for our fantastic photographer Simon. I can’t wait to see the final results.

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About Emma Heslewood

I am a historian and museum curator with broad interests including early topical films, social and industrial history, numismatics, archaeology and WW1. I am an expert on the life and work of the Victorian acrobat and topical film maker - Will Onda.
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