Regarded as one of the greatest writers of our time, take an in-depth look at the adaptation's of Greene's work on film
From 10.30am until 4.30pm
At Cinema City
£45 (£35 concessions)
Graham Greene was one of the greatest prose writers of the twentieth Century. But how did his work translate to the great art form of the century – film? A look at the themes and visual impressions of Greene novels and their adaptations, from Brighton Rock to The End of the Affair.
With tutor Ian Nettleton.
Ian Nettleton lives in Norwich and is an author and creative writing tutor. His long short story, Falling Star, was published in a science fiction anthology, Angles (iande Press, 2007) and his Australia-based novel, The Last Migration, was runner-up in the Bath Novel Award 2014 and runner-up in the Bridport Prize Peggy Chapman-Andrews Award 2014. He has a PhD in Creative and Critical Writing from the University of East Anglia, comprising of the novel, The Last Train Out of Here and the critical essay, The Landscape of the Great Wrong Place – The English Metaphysical Thriller in the 30s and 40s.
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