Keyboard Fantasies: The Beverly Glenn-Copeland Story

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Posy Dixon

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2019

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UK

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Documentary

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63

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English with English subtitles

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In 1986, Glenn-Copeland wrote and released the album 'Keyboard Fantasies', whose tracks are known as a distinctive folk-electronica hybrid - a sound that was ahead of its time. Three decades later, after a reissue of the record and subsequent recordings by prominent musicians, 'Keyboard Fantasies' finally found its audience. In this documentary of the same name, we follow Copeland perpetuate his life and music on the canvas for the first time in a way that lets trans and LGBTQ+ seniors connect with youth across the globe.

DIRECTOR

Posy Dixon

What started as a personal infatuation with a record spiraled into a debut feature from director Posy Dixon as she developed a close friendship with Glenn over Skype three years ago. The experience of co-creating such an intimate personal history has done nothing but compound her interest in archives, aural histories, and intergenerational exchange.

Posy Dixon

What started as a personal infatuation with a record spiraled into a debut feature from director Posy Dixon as she developed a close friendship with Glenn over Skype three years ago. The experience of co-creating such an intimate personal history has done nothing but compound her interest in archives, aural histories, and intergenerational exchange.

Screenings

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Friday 30 October

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18:45

The Cinematheque—Benjamin

Keyboard Fantasies: The Beverly Glenn-Copeland Story

In 1986, Glenn-Copeland wrote and released the album 'Keyboard Fantasies', whose tracks are known as a distinctive folk-electronica hybrid - a sound that was ahead of its time. Three decades later, after a reissue of the record and subsequent recordings by prominent musicians, 'Keyboard Fantasies' finally found its audience. In this documentary of the same name, we follow Copeland perpetuate his life and music on the canvas for the first time in a way that lets trans and LGBTQ+ seniors connect with youth across the globe.

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Screenings

Friday 30 October

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18:45

The Cinematheque—Benjamin