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PassengerFilms: Cinema meets Geography

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24/02/2014 (18:00)
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Revisit and re-explore some of your favourite children's stories as Passenger Films invites you down the rabbit hole in their latest showing of geographically inspired film. The evening will go on a journey to explore how the worlds and places of children stories are created and how children imagine and make their own worlds. The event will feature a host of guest speakers,children's authors and academics to entertain and spark your curiosity as we take another look at classic stories. The programme will feature the bizarre world of Alice in Wonderland (1951) and the idyllic fictional village inhabited by a postman and his black and white cat (short features subject to change). The screening is open to all ages; those young and those young at heart.

PASSENGERFILMS is a not-for-profit film society, founded and run by PhD students from Royal Holloway, University of London.  We bring hot topics from cultural geography to London’s film-going public.

We have previously been picked as Time Out’s Choice for “Other Cinema”, and were the national winners in 2012 in the“Best Film Education Programme” category by the British Federation of Film Societies.


   
 
 
 

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