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About

My name is Neil McGlone and I live in East Anglia in the UK.

I was film advisor and researcher on Mark Cousins 2013 film “A Story of Children and Film” and also Peter von Bagh’s 2014 film “Socialism“.

I am an advisor and consultant to the Nordic Film Festival in London, Il Cinema Ritrovato in Bologna, Italy and from 2016, the Karlovy Vary Film Festival.

I am also a contributor to the film magazine Sight and Sound

I am curator of The Peter von Bagh Archive in collaboration with The Criterion Collection in New York and research potential “extras” for their forthcoming titles.

You can read more about me and the various projects that I am involved in here

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