Synopsis: The John Jarrold Printing Museum, which celebrates Norwich’s rich printing history, faces closure as the city council approves plans to build a café and houses on its existing site. The volunteers behind the museum share their stories about working in the printing industry, their insights into the strong community of retired people who give up their time to work there, and their concerns about how the printing industry in Norwich will be remembered if the museum never re-opens.
About the Director: Evelyn Koster is currently studying filmmaking at Norwich University of the Arts. She was taken by the issues facing the printing museum, and used her previous work as a producer to take the directors helm. She has used her background in photography to influence the cinematic visuals of the piece, allowing the audience to experience the atmosphere and team spirit behind a museum that may not exist for much longer.