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Title: Tim Pope to be interviewed at The Space in Brighton in a public event
Post by: dsanchez on May 02, 2019, 11:06:19

Held on Tuesday June 11th at the Latest Music Bar, 14-17 Manchester Street, Brighton

Doors 7:15pm / starts at 7:45pm (times may change slightly) / £16 / hosted by Wayne Imms


Tim Pope has directed a wide range of films, documentaries and music videos. He is perhaps best known for making many music videos for The Cure, such as The Love Cats, In Between Days and Close to Me. He also directed the forthcoming concert film on the band. Tim has also worked with artists such as David Bowie, Fatboy Slim, Queen, Iggy Pop, Neil Young, Talk Talk and Wham!. His 1991 short film, PHONE, starred Bill Pullman, Linda Blair and Amanda Plummer. He also directed THE CROW: CITY OF ANGELS. In 2018, Tim made an ITV documentary on actress and singer Sheridan Smith, COMING HOME.

Tim's concert films include THE DAVID BOWIE 50TH BIRTHDAY CONCERT. Some of his most known music videos were for Men Without Hats' THE SAFETY DANCE and Soft Cell's SEX DWARF, which was banned.


Simon Heath is Executive Producer of LINE OF DUTY and BODYGUARD. He also produced other popular and acclaimed television dramas, such as SAVE ME, broadcast on Sky Atlantic. He is also Creative Director and CEO of World Productions, which is behind those and other series'. Simon joined the company in 1997, becoming Head of Drama in 2002 and ran World Productions since 2010. He is currently working on ANNE, an ITV series on Hillsborough campaigner Anne Williams. His TV career began on teen drama BYKER GROVE, which he script-edited and wrote for.

LINE OF DUTY and BODYGUARD are among the BBC's most popular and watched drama series' in many years. Simon has worked closely with creator and writer Jed Mercurio on bringing them to the screen.