Stories of the wild — An evening with Nina Constable
1st November 2018
Nina Constable’s meteoric rise as a filmmaker began when she was working as a waiter At the Chapel. Her very first commissions included filming the murmurations of the starlings on the Somerset Levels and tree care videos for Ashridge Trees.
Nina has now produced incredible films for the BBC, the United Nations, Save the Elephants, The Wildlife Trusts and a number of other organisations helping to raise awareness of conservation or humanitarian issues. Nina returns to At the Chapel to bring us stories from her recent projects on Cornish butterflies, British beavers and African elephants.
“She films, she edits, she stabilises and is an absolute gem to work with. We give her some horrific footage from the field and she always comes out with amazing stuff. Her ability to compose imagery and evoke an emotion is incredible. . . if you ever get the chance to work with her, DO IT” Samantha Robison, Founding Director Director: AptART
“one of the most passionate and talented new filmmakers out there.” Dr Andrea Marshall, National Geographic
£10 per ticket
to carry on the conversation after the event join us for supper £15
Clubroom bar open from 6.30 pm; event starts promptly at 7pm. Please let us know if you are unable to use your ticket as we often have a waiting list.
Meantime curated by Emma Craigie