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March 2017

Lenny Abrahamson – Screening of Garage and Panel Discussion

March 7 @ 17:00 - 20:00
Phoenix Picturehouse,
57 Walton Street, Oxford, England OX2 6AE
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For the first time since 2008, Lenny Abrahamson’s film Garage will be screened in the UK at the Phoenix Picturehouse in Oxford. This screening will be followed by a panel discussion featuring Lenny Abrahamson. To book your ticket, visit our Eventbrite page here. Dublin-born Lenny Abrahamson is the director of the critically acclaimed Room which explores the life of a woman held in captivity for  seven years. Room was nominated for four Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay…

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Lenny Abrahamson – The Uncertain Filmmaker

March 8 @ 17:00 - 19:00
TS Eliot Lecture Theatre,
Merton College, Merton Street, Oxford, England OX1 4JD
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Join Oscar-nominated director Lenny Abrahamson for a discussion of his career, around the them of ‘The Uncertain Filmmaker’. To book your place, visit our Eventbrite page here.   Dublin-born Lenny Abrahamson is the director of the critically acclaimed Room which explores the life of a woman held in captivity for  seven years. Room was nominated for four Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay and won Best Actress for Brie Larson. His previous feature film Frank, starring…

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April 2017

Humanitas Illustrated Lecture by Honorary Doctor of Music Dame Mitsuko Uchida – How they differ, comparing two major piano concertos: Beethoven N.4 in G Major and Mozart’s K. 503

April 27 @ 17:00 - 19:00
Holywell Music Room,
Oxford, England
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Pianist Mitsuko Uchida is amongst the best loved and respected in the music world. She returns to Oxford to give an illustrated lecture on the topic of ‘How they differ, comparing two major piano concertos: Beethoven N.4 in G Major and Mozart’s K. 503’ in memory of the late Lord Weidenfeld who created the Humanitas Visiting Professor at Oxford and Cambridge.   To book tickets, please visit our Eventbrite page here.

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