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The Cinema Museum – upcoming events

The Cinema Museum in London is holding a number of events this Autumn.

A conversation with Julie HarrisJulie Harris
7 October 2010
Julie Harris is an Academy Award-winning British costume designer. Her credits the classic Beatles films A HARD DAY’S NIGHT (1964) and HELP! (1965), the bawdy romp CARRY ON CLEO (1964) as well as the James Bond extravaganza LIVE AND LET DIE (1973). She will be talking to BFI Curator Jo Botting about her career.

Clapperboard: Graham Murray
21 October 2010
Graham Murray wrote and compiled around 500 editions of the popular film programme Clapperboard which ran on ITV from 1972-1982. Clapperboard was was presented each week by Chris Kelly and the series covered all aspects of film making and cinema history. Graham will show some clips of the programme plus a full 45 minute Bank Holiday edition of the show.

A conversation with Angela Allen MBE
4 November 2010
What does a ‘Script Supervisor’ do on the film set? Angela Allen, who worked on such classics as THE THIRD MAN (1949) and had a long collaboration with writer-director John Huston on such projects as THE AFRICAN QUEEN (1951) and THE MAN WHO WOULD BE KING (1975), will explain all, and what it was like working with big name directors and stars. Angela Allen will be talking to the film historian Tony Sloman.

A conversation with Burt Kwouk
18 Novermber 2010
Everyone remembers Inspector Clouseau and his man servant Kato, played By Burt Kwouk. Burt has had a distinguished career in films and television – from INN OF THE SIXTH HAPPINESS in 1958 to Last of The Summer Wine which concluded its record-breaking run this summer. Burt Kwouk will be talking with former BBC producer Barry Littlechild.

From the Picturedrome to the Phoenixmuseum 1
2 December 2010
Film historian Gerry Turvey explains how the Phoenix Cinema in East Finchley (built 1910), featuring a later unique art deco auditorium has outlived rival cinemas, including those of the big chains. Moving from mainstream to art-house programming, then becoming a charitable trust and servicing North London’s local communities.

To download the programme of events at the Museum, click here.

For further information, contact:
The Cinema Museum, The Master’s House, 2 Dugard Way, London SE11 4TH
Tel: 020 7840 2200 / Fax: 020 7840 2299

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