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Film Counter-Culture: Underground Cinema in London, 1963-7

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FRIDAY 4TH MARCH , 4PM. GATSBY ROOM , WOLFSON COLLEGE .

The Countercultural Studies Group presents a talk by Henry K Miller on 1960s film culture:

‘Film Counter-Culture: Underground Cinema in London, 1963-7’

Henry teaches at Anglia Ruskin University and is a regular contributor to Sight and Sound.

After the talk, we will be retiring for drinks at The Red Bull on Barton Road.

All welcome!

Please drop us a line if you need any further information, directions etc.

Many thanks

Yvonne Salmon (yps1000@cam.ac.uk) and James Riley (rjer2@cam.ac.uk)

This talk is part of the Cambridge Countercultural Studies Research Group series.

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