Marinella Senatore, Jim Broadbent, Ryuichi Sakamoto and Stephen Nomura Schible
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24 June 2018
Visual artist Marinella Senatore discusses her project ‘The London Procession’, part of the upcoming Art Night event this July in the city. We also hear from actor Jim Broadbent about his new graphic novel written with artist Dix, ‘Dull Margaret’, and welcome back composer Ryuichi Sakamoto along with filmmaker Stephen Nomura Schible to hear about the latter’s new documentary on Sakamoto’s life: ‘Coda’.
24 June 2018
Italian visual artist Marinella Senatore’s street events bring people together – sometimes in their thousands – to make viewers and participants think differently about cities and public space. She joins us to discuss her upcoming project ‘The London Procession’ – part of the Art Night 2018 festival.
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Oscar-winning actor Jim Broadbent has made roles his own in films such as ‘Le Week-End’, ‘Brooklyn’ and the ‘Harry Potter’ series, as well as ‘Game of Thrones’ on television. His latest work is a graphic novel, ‘Dull Margaret’, created with cartoonist and illustrator Dix. He talks Monocle’s Augustin Macellari through its creation.
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