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Science Fiction: From page to screen

@ Capron House

Tickets £8.00

27 Sep

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Sat 27th Sep 2014 4:30pm £8.00

In this talk James Clarke, whose latest book Bodies in Heroic Motion: The Cinema of James Cameron was published by Columbia University Press imprint Wallflower Press in August, will explore some classic science fiction novels and how they have been adapted to film. The talk will feature examples of Wells and Wyndham’s work, and will explore more widely, too, the ways in which cinema re-imagines literature’s exploration of the collision between the ordinary and the extraordinary.

Presented by Film Hub South East as part of the BFI’s Sci-Fi: Days of Fear and Wonder.

  • Category: Talks

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