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SANARTH BANERJEE:
IMAGINING THE CITY


How has cinema shaped our view of the city? India’s premier graphic novelist, Sarnath Banerjee (Corridor, The Barn Owl’s Wondrous Capers, Route) participates in a discussion about how cinema allows us to examine the the role of the city and what it means to live in a metropolitain environment. More…

Tickets: Day tickects £45, concessions £30
Where: Royal College Of Art, London (next to Royal Albert Hall)
When: Saturday, October 27, 2007 - 3.30pm to 5.00pm

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