Terry Jones ScreenTalk + Outstanding Achievement Award 4 NOV 2014
4 Nov 2014, Barbican London
Terry Jones DGGB Outstanding Achievement Award
Terry Jones ScreenTalk + The Meaning of LifeDGGB 30th Anniversary event | On November 4th 2014, the Guild Trust marked 30 years with a very special screening of Monty Python's The Meaning of Life and presented director Terry Jones with an Outstanding Achievement Award. Terry introduced the film to a packed audience at the Barbican Cinema. After the screening of the film Terry was welcomed onto the stage for a ScreenTalk with Brian Sibley and an audience Q&A, followed by the presentatation of the very special award - in the shape of a giant "wafer thin mint".
Guild member Terry Jones is a film director, screenwriter, actor, comedian and author. His upcoming feature Absolutely Anything (2015) is a sci-fi comedy starring Simon Pegg, Kate Beckinsale, Eddie Izzard and Joanna Lumley, with the voices of Michael Palin, Terry Gilliam, John Cleese, Eric Idle, and Robin Williams in his final film role.
Organised by the Directors Guild in association with the Barbican.With thanks to event supporters Rees Astley, Drama Centre London and Elm Village Tutors.
Picture Terry Jones © Simon Raynor