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THE MINDSCAPE OF ALAN MOORE


A unique opportunity to go one-on-one with Alan Moore, writer, artist, performer, shaman and critically-acclaimed creator of comic books and graphic novels. Panel Discussion with the director DeZ Vylenz and Moore’s collaborators, this extended filmed interview invites the viewer deep into Moore’s world, with the writer himself guiding us from his Northampton childhood, through a career which revolutionised the comic-book medium and into his private world of magic, spirituality and science. Screenings celebrate the movie’s release on DVD and extracts from the extras will also be shown.

Tickets: £8, £6 Members
Where: Cinema 2, ICA, The Mall, London
When: Saturday, October 21, 2006 - 6.30pm

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"...chat over beers with some of the UK's coolest comic types..."
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"The talk - to a full house - was pleasant, convivial and amusing."
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