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Talk: The great 3D scandal: how stereoscopy got written out of history / 28 September

Ian Christie, one of the UK's most renowned film writers and historians, will be giving the first The Bill Douglas Memorial Lecture, on 25 September. The lecture marks the 25th anniversary of the death of Bill Douglas, filmmaker and collector, who gives his name to The Bill Douglas Cinema Museum, housed at the University of Exeter.

The Great 3D Scandal: how stereoscopy got written out of history
Ian Christie
Anniversary Professor of Film and Media History, Birkbeck College, University of London

Wednesday 28 September 2016 6.30-8pm Seminar Room A/B, Old Library, University of Exeter. Free.
Book at bdc@exeter.ac.uk

See: http://www.bdcmuseum.org.uk/news/public-lecture-the-great-3d-scanda...

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