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Film: Grant Morrison - Talking With Gods



A fascinating film documentary Grant Morrison: Talking With Gods details the vision of one of the comic world’s most popular and controversial writers. Famous for such works as The Invisibles, Arkham Asylum and All-Star Superman, Morrison talks extensively here about his comic-book creations and his connections with the magical world. The film also includes contributions from Geoff Johns, Douglas Rushkoff and Mark Waid, amongst others. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion featuring Frazer Irving, Rian Hughes, and via Skype the film’s director Patrick Meaney, hosted by Comica curator Paul Gravett. More details…

Tickets: £10; Concessions £9; Members £8
Where: ICA, The Mall, London
When: Sunday, December 12, 2010 - 4pm

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