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Graphic Novels! Melbourne! UK Premiere Screening


Following its European premiere at the 40th Angoulême International Comics Festival, the brilliant new documentary movie Graphic Novels! Melbourne gets its UK premiere in London at a special Comica Festival screening, supported by the Australian High Commission. It features comic book makers Nicki Greenberg, Bruce Mutard, Pat Grant and Mandy Ord, and commentaries by fellow Oz creator Shaun Tan, American guru Scott McCloud and from New Zealand, Hicksville author Dylan Horrocks, as well as Comica’s co-director Paul Gravett.

Co-directors David Hayward and Bernard Caleo will be in London to introduce their film on Wednesday February 13th in The Anatomy Theatre at School of Arts & Humanities at King’s College, The Strand, London WC2R 2LS. Doors open 7.10pm for a 7.20pm start. To book your tickets at £5 each, please send an email to give your name and how many tickets you would like, and we’ll confirm by return. You can pay on the door. Some tickets will also be available on the night. Don’t miss this chance to be the first to see this excellent documentary!

To get a flavour, watch the trailer below:

 

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Tickets: £5
Where: King's College School of Arts & Humanities, Strand WC2
When: Wednesday, February 13, 2013 7.10pm for 7.20pm


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