Charles Babbage in 1860
|Directed by||Claire Barker|
|Produced by||Trevor Hughes|
|Written by||Claire Barker
|Edited by||Claire Barker
|Running time||15 minutes|
The film is set at a dinner party in early Victorian times, with Charles Babbage introducing each of the guests, who discuss Babbage's life and work. Babbage then reveals that these are just fragmented memories and many of the guests never actually met.
The film was directed by Claire Barker. The screen writer was Eamon Wyse, based on a story by the director. The executive producer was Trevor Hughes, who was also responsible for the cinematography. Claire Barker and Trevor Hughes jointly undertook casting, production design, and film editing. Jon Chilton was the music consultant for the film.
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