KINGSTREETIMAGES new film: New Connections

Written by Alex McIntyre

On November 11, 2014
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Creative film and video production company KINGSTREETIMAGES, which is co-run by Digswell Arts Fellow Maxine King, has been producing a number of films in Hertfordshire, featuring projects which include artists based at The Forge and Fenners.
The company, which specialises in films for arts, culture and heritage, has just released a short film about dance company New Connections, based at Space2 Gallery, Watford Museum, where Alex McIntyre exhibited with Ross Loveday in Line and Location. The film also features Alex McIntyre during a drawing residency at Watford Museum.
KINGSTREETIMAGES is now working on post production for Fire and Fright, a film for Letchworth Heritage Foundation, which will include artists from Fenners who ran creative workshops during the Fire and Fright Festival.
Earlier this year, the production company produced a short profile film about international sculptor and former Digswell artist John W. Mills.
KINGSTREETIMAGES also works with galleries, museums and artists in London and across the East of England, producing films for online platforms and public screening. Some of their work can be viewed at

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