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Philip Ridley: Heartless



Acclaimed writer and film director Philip Ridley will introduce a preview screening of Heartless, his dark, horror-tinged urban fantasy starring Jim Sturgess as a young photographer who feels as if his life has been blighted by the birthmark that covers half of his face. There will be a Q&A session with Ridley after the movie. More…

Earlier in the evening Philip Ridley will be interviewing comic artist/writer Ben Templesmith, discussing his arresting graphics and gripping narratives. More…

Tickets: £8 / £7 Concessions / £6 ICA Members
Where: ICA, The Mall, London
When: Tuesday, November 24, 2009 - from 8.45pm

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