Margaret – 100-Year-Old Bristol City Superfan: a short documentary
Here’s our new documentary on an unusual football fan, made by young people at the BFI Film Academy 2018
Meet Margaret Dodds, Bristol City FC’s 100-year-old superfan. Season ticket-holder Margaret talks about her unusual life, her love for the game and how sport unites people of all ages in this affecting short documentary.
Directors: Ethan Church and Tom Bridge
Camera: Molly Denton and Owen Frears
Sound: Issy Moxham-Mead
Editor: Chloe Collins-Cole
Filmmaking Mentor: Bex Rose
This short documentary was made by young people on the BFI Film Academy programme and delivered by Watershed.
The BFI Film Academy Bristol identifies and nurtures young talent (16-19-year-olds) so they have the skills and knowledge to thrive in the film industry.
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