Oh this film, Keyboard Fantasies: The Beverly Glenn-Copeland Story is a delight. A wonderful gem of a film about musician Glenn Copeland and his album, Keyboard Fantasies, and the impact it had on those who discovered it. I caught up with director Posy Dixon to talk about how she made the film, the celebration of LGBTIQ+ elders, the importance of music in ones life, and the value of recognising our own histories.
Keyboard Fantasies is screening at the Melbourne Documentary Film Festival from June 30th til July 15th, and you’d be treating yourself to a glorious cinematic experience by watching this one.
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