Published on September 29th, 2017 | by LTWF0
Malcolm Boyle is a producer, director, performer and artist. His credits include Avalon—A Field in Glastonbury, Ali G Before He Was Massif, Ideal, and Nebulous.
He is currently making the feature documentary Hoppy—Underground Head, which was featured by the Victoria and Albert Museum as the climax of the launch event for their recent exhibition on underground culture.
Malcolm’s work has been seen on the BBC, Channel 4, Nickelodeon, Discovery and Disney. His live work has featured at venues like Glastonbury Festival, the Royal Court and the ICA.
His live show The Madcap—on Pink Floyd’s Syd Barrett—toured the U.K. and featured on national BBC Radio. Malcolm’s other live work includes the Barclay’s New Stages Award-winning The Joy Of Return produced by Limn Gaza.
He was also Curator of The Recurring Technicolor Dream—an ICA event celebrating 1967’s 14 Hour Technicolor Dream—Britain’s first psychedelic happening.