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1966 Film Matters - Blow Up
Wed 30 November 2016, 14:00 – 17:00 GMT
As part of our 1966 Film Matters series the Centre for the Study for Law Society and Popular Culture is delighted to screen the 1966 classic film Blow Up. Set in 60s 'Swinging London', directed by Academy Award nominated Director Michaelangelo Antonioni, it was described at the time by film critic Arthur Knight as possibly becoming as 'important and germinal a film as Citizen Kane, Open City and Hiroshima, Mon Amour – perhaps even more so'.
In addition the film will be discussed by Lucy Brett, Head of Education at the British Board of Film Classification.