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BFI to Host Anime Lecture and Screen GitS

by - on the 29 June, 2010 at 8.31 pm

The British Film Institute is well known for it’s diverse range of cinema, as it rightly should be. This diversification of film is not limited to live action, but also includes anime. On the 11th July 2010 at 1800 there’s a lecture about anime being delivered at this year’s BFI.

The Anime Machine: An Illustrated Lecture by Thomas Lamarre will explore how Japanese animation differs from other media, by looking at technology and philosophy.

This will be shown alongside Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence and will be priced at a joint ticket of £12.90.

You can click here to book tickets and find out more information.

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