‘Saving Spiti’ is an outstanding documentary film about Joan Pollock and her work with the Spiti Projects charity. The film is made by Hugh Purcell – former Head of BBC Documentaries. Hugh won a BAFTA for his series with Ken Burns on the American Civil War and has taught at International Film Schools in Denmark, Cuba, India and Eastern Europe.
The photographer and editor of the documentary is the award winning Zena Merton.
Film launch details
April 12, 2016 at 7pm
Royal Geographic Society
1 Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AR
Tickets £20.00 (Under 16’s £10)
Doors open at 6pm with craft stall, raffle and photographic exhibition.
(Exhibiton Road entrance)
At the same time Joan is holding a photographic exhibition ‘Spiti. A Himalayan Story‘ in the Pavillion at the Royal Geographical Society from 11 April to 6 May 2016.
Group Tours led by Joan Pollock