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Don Letts' reputation has been firmly established in both the film and music world, by a substantial body of work, from the late 70's through the 80's, 90's and well into the millennium. His work has been exhibited in The Kitchen N.Y.C, The Institute of Contemporary Art, The N.F.T in London and was honoured at Brooklyn's BAM festival. In March 2003 he won a Grammy for his documentary 'Westway To The World'.
He came to notoriety in the late 70's as the DJ that single handedly turned a whole generation of punks onto reggae. It was whilst DJing at the first punk club 'The Roxy' in 1977, that Don adopted the punk D.I.Y ethic and began to make his first film 'The Punk Rock Movie'. Shot on Super-8mm, it is the only documentary on the U.K punk scene; featuring The Sex Pistols, The Clash and many others. This led to a period directing over 300 music videos for a diverse range of artists, including Bob Marley, Elvis Costello and Beenie Man.
Are you thinking about contract brewing, bottling or mobile canning? Would you like your own bespoke beer for your venue? Or are you wondering if your brewery can use some of its spare capacity to make you money? Are you searching for the right partner for that or do you just want to hear about the wisdom of others who've already embarked on this path? Then this event is perfect for you.
Welcome to the CBR17 guide!
Here you will be able to keep up to date with all of our exhibitors, register for talks and generally plan your time at the festival.
With so much going on, a bit of planning can help to ensure you dont miss anything