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Into Film Festival – introducing LITTLE FUGITIVE (1953) – Cinema City, Norwich


On 4th November 2014, opening day of the annual Into Film Festival, I introduced a screening of LITTLE FUGITIVE (1953) at Cinema City, Norwich. The screening was attended by a number of local media students and I very much enjoyed the discussion and Q&A following the film.



The film was originally part of Mark Cousins CINEMA OF CHILDHOOD curated season.

Thanks to Guy and Milly at Cinema Plus at Cinema City, Norwich for their hospitality and to Rico Caraco of Into Film for his kind support on the day.



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