Cox, Geoffrey and Marley, Keith (2011) From Nice to Toxteth. In: i-Docs: an international symposium on interactive documentary, 25th March 2011, The Watershed, University of the West of England, Bristol. (Unpublished)

A live performance response to Jean Vigo's 'A Propos de Nice' (1930) by film and sound architects Keith Marley (Liverpool John Moores University) and Geoffrey Cox (University of Huddersfield). Jean Vigo's classic first film, is part social documentary, part poem, a 'city symphony' which attempts to capture the spirit, uniqueness - and unease - of Nice at the end of the 1920s. Filmmaker VJs Keith Marley and Geoff Cox take this as their starting point for a live film performance where images, rhythms and sounds from Toxteth and their own 'A Film about Nice' will be mashed up with Vigo's material to create a redefined sense of place and meaning.

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