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Carole Ashby documentary series premieres in London

By: FSWL team
Published:
2019-08-30
James Bond Sunday Carole Ashby documentary screeni
As part of the James Bond Film Festival at the Regent Street Cinema in London, Carole Ashby's documentary Ashby’s Odyssey from Alkhemia Productions will get its first public screening on Sunday 1 September 2019 at 2.40pm followed by a Q&A with the two-time Bond Girl and long-time FSWL supporter (she attended our 10th Anniversary weekend in Stockholm 2014). For tickets, go to www.regentstreetcinema.com.

The screening of Ashby's Odyssey will be followed by A View to a Kill, one of the two James Bond films which Carole worked on (the other was Octopussy). After the AVTAK screening, there will be a Q&A with Carole Ashby when members of the audience gets an opportunity to ask her some questions. Not to be missed if you're in London!

Official trailer for Ashby's Odyssey



Trailer - Ashby's Odyssey from Graham Roos on Vimeo.

About Ashby's Odyssey


Ashby's Odyssey is the first film from Alkhemia Productions in a series of real life adventures following former Bond girl Carole Ashby's quest to find answers to her own strange past, uncovering mystery and history on the way.

The first part of the film series begins with her Mother's family on the borders of the Peak district. Subsequent episodes will follow Carole's search for Atlantis in the Greek islands; alternative therapies and reincarnation in India; Tarot, Troubadours and Templars in the South of France and ending in Scotland with the search for the Holy Grail and her Father. Will she finally uncover the truth - was he an undercover spy himself?

About Regent Street Cinema


Built in 1848 and housed within the Polytechnic Institution on London’s Regent Street, the cinema was the first in the country to show moving pictures. In 1896, the cinema showcased the Lumière brothers’ Cinématographe to a paying audience, and, as the curtain fell, British cinema was born…. It is a truly landmark venue for the British film industry in the heart of London’s West End.

For the latest info and tickets, go to www.regentstreetcinema.com.

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