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Illustrated Talk With Tony Rayns

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Join us for a special illustrated talk about Akira Kurosawa with Tony Rayns, a London-based filmmaker, critic and festival programmer with a special interest in East Asian cinema.  Tony writes regularly for Sight & Sound magazine.

Tickets are £5 full price or £3 when you show your ticket for any of the Akira Kurosawa films in The Luminaries season in person at the box office.

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Click here to read more about Akira Kurosawa in this piece written by Tony especially for Tyneside Cinema's The Luminaries programme.

Part of The Luminaires: Akira Kurosawa season. Find out more by clicking here.

Tyneside Cinema is 80! Join us as we celebrate throughout the year www.tynesidecinema.co.uk/80

  Year: 2017  
BBFC Advice: 12A Parental supervision required for children under 12.  

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