Curated to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the film, the exhibition features David’s most iconic on set images which have never been seen before.

Over 40 black and white images will be showcased, traditionally hand printed by dish on silver gelatine from the original negatives by Tara Renee of Silverbase at Film Solutions Photographic Centre Pinewood Studios.

The launch evening will also feature a special fundraising auction for MediCinema, a film industry charity that installs and manages cinemas in hospitals and places of care around the UK.

The exhibition opens to the public from 13th – 18th July 2012, at Blackall Studios in Shoreditch.

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David Appleby

   © Gerald Scarfe

David Appleby began his career as a photographer in advertising and was later introduced into the film industry by Lord David Puttnam and Sir Alan Parker, with whom he formed close working relationships, joining them on cinematic masterpieces such as ‘The Killing Fields’, ‘The Mission’, ‘Mississippi Burning’ and ‘Evita’.

He views his distinguished career as a natural outgrowth of his twin passions: the cinema and photography. He has gone on to work with top filmmakers including Sir Ridley Scott (Robin Hood), Terry Gilliam (Brazil), The Wachowski Brothers (V For Vendetta) and Steven Spielberg (Warhorse).


This exhibition is sponsored by TCM (Turner Classic Movies), a dedicated UK film channel and home of contemporary
and classic favourites. ‘Pink Floyd: The Wall’ will air on TCM on Saturday 14th July at 9pm.
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