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WATCH: David Bowie At The V&A Films
Laurie Tuffrey , March 29th, 2013 10:47

Short films featuring Paul Morley and Alan Yentob made to coincide with new exhibition

The Archer shot by John Rowlands

Digital arts service The Space have launched five short films made with the V&A to mark the opening of their new retrospective exhibition David Bowie Is, which opened this week.

The films feature Paul Morley looking into Berlin era Bowie and explaining the genesis of the exhibition's title, Alan Yentob reflecting on his 1975 documentary Cracked Actor, Victoria Broaches, one of the curators, giving an overview of the exhibition and her co-curator Geoffrey March talking about 'Space Oddity'.

Have a watch of the films here, and head here to read our review of the exhibition.

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