Documentary “Lord Cochrane, Master and Commander”
Wednesday, 30th November 2016 at 6:30 PM St Peter's Notting Hill, Kensington Park Road (opposite Stanley Gardens), London W11 2PN
The Anglo Chilean Society and Alan Macdonald Endowment Fund invite you to watch "Lord Cochrane, Master and Commander" from the Producer and Screenwriter Gilberto Villarroel and Director Christian Aylwin.
A documentary series narrated by his great grandson, Adam Bruce.
The film explores the different aspects of Lord Thomas Cochrane, as a hero of the Napoleonic wars and liberator of Chile, Peru, Brazil and Greece, his mark in popular culture and his contributions as an inventor, farmer and military strategist in the countries in which he lived and fought.
The documentary is narrated by his great-great-grandson, the Scottish businessman Adam Bruce, who is currently building a wind farm in Chile.
This will be a free of charge event followed by a wine reception. To book your place send a request to the Secretary by post to 37-41 Old Queen Street, London SW1H 9JA or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
We will kindly ask for donations after the film to support the event and the cause.