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8 November 2017

Episode 101

30 minutes


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Step inside Brazil’s leading animation studio, the Turma da Mônica, with the man who started it all, Mauricio de Sousa. Plus: our hand-drawn focus continues with a look at how comic-book illustrations became art and we preview Sean Baker’s new film, ‘The Florida Project’.

8 November 2017

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Chapter 1

13 minutes


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Chapter 1

How comics became art

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Ben Rylan tracks the evolution of comic-book art, from newspaper strips and superheroes to Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol.

13 minutes

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Chapter 2

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Chapter 2

Turma da Mônica

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Frederick Bernas takes us inside Brazil’s leading animation studio to meet the man who started it all, Mauricio de Sousa.

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Chapter 3

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Chapter 3

‘The Florida Project’

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Tara Judah reviews the latest film from Sean Baker, director of 2015’s ‘Tangerine’.

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