Shoot­ing the past – im­ages from a wild teenage life

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re­gard­ing. I re­ally didn’t care about who I’d been as much as the story that it gen­er­ated and the in­sight it gave into the peo­ple that were part of that scene.

“I never wanted to make some­one feel bad about what they were say­ing so I was al­ways be­hind the cam­era and look­ing through the viewfinder but never judge­men­tal,” she ob­serves.

Mor­ley will be re­united with sev­eral of her in­ter­vie­wees at a screen­ing of The Al­co­hol Years at Heb­den Bridge Arts Fes­ti­val to­mor­row night. “I met some­one who said he’d seen The Al­co­hol Years. I said I can’t re­ally watch it now be­cause I think of the peo­ple that are con­nected to it who have died. And he went ‘Yeah, but at some point ev­ery­one in the film will have died’.

“That made me feel weird be­cause it felt like his­tory. If it stays in some ar­chive, some­one can al­ways look at it. You can’t ask for more than that.”

Carol Mor­ley is at Heb­den Bridge Trades Club as part of Heb­den Bridge Arts Fes­ti­val. The event be­gins at 7.30pm.

BRU­TALLY HON­EST: Carol Mor­ley whose doc­u­men­tary TheAl­co­holYears is be­ing shown as part of Heb­den Bridge Arts Fes­ti­val.

BE­HIND THE CAM­ERA: Film­ing TheAl­co­holYears. Carol Mor­ley will be ap­pear­ing at the Heb­den Bridge Arts Fes­ti­val to­mor­row.

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