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World Film Locations Launch ticket give away

To celebrate the launch of our World Film Locations book series, Intellect are hosting a special event at the BFI, which will be held in the Blue Room at the South Bank centre on Friday September 30th 2011 from 7.30pm.

The event will include guest speakers Scott Jordan Harris, Samira Ahmed, Pete Hoskin and series editor Gabriel Solomons, a wine reception and a special Q&A session. Due to last minute cancellations we have a few remaining tickets, if you would like to come to the event please contact marketing@intellectbooks.com for more details. Tickets will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

About World Film Locations
World Film Locations is an exciting new book series published by Intellect that explores and reveals the relationship between the city and cinema

From New York to Tokyo, each book in the series focuses on a specific city with a particular cinematic heritage. Alongside short bite-sized texts about carefully chosen film scenes, each book will be illustrated throughout with evocative movie stills and be complimented by short but insightful essays about themes, ideas and key historical periods relating to each individual city. The series includes contributions from some highly influential contemporary writers, including Scott Jordan-Harris, Marceline Block, Peter Hoskin and Samira Ahmed.



The city continues to play a central role in a multitude of films, helping us to frame our understanding of place and of the world around us. Whether as elaborate directorial love letters or as time specific cultural settings, the city acts as a vital character in helping to tell a story. Find out more...

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October 4, 2011 20:11
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