David Bowie Short Films

David Bowie Short Films

The Space presents five short films, made in collaboration with the Victoria and Albert Museum, which each explores the genius of David Bowie on occasion of the first full-scale retrospective of his career, David Bowie is, at the V&A in London. Featuring insight from the curators of the exhibition, Victoria Broackes and Geoffrey Marsh, music journalist Paul Morley as well as film-maker Alan Yentob, the films examine the many facets of David Bowie, as well as the fascination with his creative output across the past five decades.

The five films are:

An Exhibition Overview from Victoria Broaches

Bowie in Berlin – Paul Morley
Cracked Actor – Alan Yentob talking about his iconic Arena film
Space Oddity – Geoffrey March on that famous track
David Bowie Is – Paul Morley on how he came up with the exhibition title

To watch the films please visit thespace.org

David Bowie is, 23 March until 11 August, Victoria and Albert Museum, V&A South Kensington, Cromwell Road, London SW7 2RL. www.vam.ac.uk

Credit: Photo collage of manipulated film stills from The Man Who Fell to Earth Film stills © STUDIOCANAL Films Ltd Image © V&A Images