Angela Carter: Lisa Appignanesi on ‘The Company of Wolves’

More on Angela Carter (I forgot to include this!).

A special showing of Neil Jordan’s brilliant film The Company of Wolves, based on Carter’s stories: 26 February 2016 at 7 p.m., London Review Bookshop: Lisa Appignesi introduces it.

Neil Jordan’s astonishing and alarming 1984 film The Company of Wolves, based on an even more astonishing and alarming short story by Angela Carter, will be introduced by Lisa Appignanesi. Featuring performances by Stephen Rea, Angela Lansbury and David Warner, and a screenplay co-written by Carter herself, The Company of Wolves remains one of the most highly-rated British films of the last several decades. Lisa Appignanesi, prize-winning writer, novelist, broadcaster and cultural commentator, will be introducing the film, and the evening will be hosted by Gareth Evans, curator of film at the Whitechapel Gallery.

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3 Responses to Angela Carter: Lisa Appignanesi on ‘The Company of Wolves’

  1. firekrank says:

    This looks amazing. I will have to see if there are any tickets available and if I have availability. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Lucy Northenra says:

    Oh I am putting this in my diary too. Perhaps we should have an OGOM outing! THanks for posting…exciting and I love the LRB bookshop. it has a wonderful cake cafe attached too!!

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