Felicity Means Happiness

Alison Carr (Producer)

Research output: Non-textual formDigital or Visual Products

Abstract

Felicity Means Happiness is video work that tells the story of a 98-year old former chorus girl. Alison J Carr interviewed Felicity about her time dancing in the thirties and her story is fascinating and riveting. In the thirties, Felicity was one of the Bluebell Young Ladies. She toured France, Germany, and Italy until WW2 was declared in Italy. Felicity Means Happiness shows Felicity, telling her stories, Carr showing Felicity her artworks inspired by 1930s dancers, and footage of an Austrian film Felicity was in. The piece is as much about the connection between to the two women as it is about the realities of dancing and travelling.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBlackpool, Glasgow & Sheffield
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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    Carr, A. (Producer). (2018). Felicity Means Happiness. Digital or Visual Products, Blackpool, Glasgow & Sheffield: .