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As restrictions ease and life returns slowly to ‘normal,’ this film captures human stories showing a snapshot of what life in lockdown Bristol was like. The Cable teamed up with local filmmakers Paula Romero and Jacobo Garcia to produce this moving ‘audio-visual time capsule.’ 
Confinement Stories: a snapshot of life in lockdown Bristol

As restrictions ease and life returns slowly to ‘normal,’ this film captures human stories showing a snapshot of what life in lockdown Bristol was like. The Cable teamed up with local filmmakers Paula Romero and Jacobo Garcia to produce this moving audio-visual time capsule.

Posted by The Bristol Cable on Wednesday, 12 August 2020

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Watch: Confinement Stories
Created by Paula Romero and Jacobo Garcia, Produced by Priyanka Raval

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