WATERMARK
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UPDATE 10th May 2012: We are pleased to announce that a Special Preview Screening was held at 4pm on Wednesday, 9th May 2012 at The Gulbenkian Cinema, Canterbury.
 
 
The School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research (SSPSSR), University of Kent and Dover Arts Development (DAD) invited the public to a special preview of the DAD documentary film WATERMARK.
 
The 90 min documentary feature was followed by a short discussion with Dr Tim Strangleman, Professor in Sociology at the University of Kent, Director Marianne Kapfer, Co-author Dominic de Vere, former Buckland Paper Mill employee Ron Wright and DAD producers Joanna Jones and Clare Smith. This was followed by a reception at the Gulbenkian bar.
 
Thank you all for making it so enjoyable!
 
 
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UPDATE 7th March 2012: We are pleased to announce that the first Preview Screening for mill workers, their family and friends, crew and cast was held at 11am on Tuesday, 6th March 2012 at Dover Town Hall as part of the annual Dover Film Festival.
 
Dover Arts Development (DAD) is proud to present “WATERMARK”, the 90-minute feature documentary about Buckland Paper Mill told through the stories of the men and women who worked there.
Also in the film is as yet unseen footage of a normal working day in the mill shot by the late Colin Pritchard and photographs collected in March 2010 at the story shop opened by DAD in Bench Street to record and collect stories and memorabilia about Buckland Paper Mill.
The film also makes use of photographs from the Dover Museum Collection.
The mill closed abruptly in 2000 after approximately 300 years of making paper.
 
Director, Marianne Kapfer, was present.
There was also a presentation of watermarks by former mill employee David Langley to Jon Iveson, curator of Dover Museum, for the Museum Collection.
 
Great to see you all!
 
 
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