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Reality Check: Michael Winterbottom’s Code 46

December 12, 2008

Reality Check:
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Michael Winterbottom’s Code 46

Originally broadcast 11/12/08 on Resonance FM as an episode of I’m ready for my close-up

Michael Winterbottom directs Tim Robbins & Samantha Morton in Code 46, Photo by Peter Mountain, courtesy of United Artists.

Michael Winterbottom directs Tim Robbins & Samantha Morton in Code 46, Photo by Peter Mountain, courtesy of United Artists.

During a special Architecture foundation screening of Code 46 at the Barbican centre, Alex Fitch caught up with director Michael Winterbottom in the foyer of the cinema and discussed issues of British Science Fiction, unreliable narrators and the importance of location in Sci-Fi films. Alex and Michael also look at issues of psychogeography, breaking the fourth wall in 24 hour party people and A cock and bull story and why Spielberg’s Minority Report (which also starred Samantha Morton) was an interesting attempt to make realistic SF…
With thanks to the Barbican and the Architecture Foundation – next screening: Los Angeles plays itself on 21st Jan 2009. 

For more info, please visit the home of this podcast at Sci-Fi London

Links: Article on Code 46 at www.indiewire.com
IMDb and Wikipedia pages on Code 46
Official United Artists website for the movie
Article on the Architecture foundation screening of the film

In association with: Sci-Fi London logo

Comics / Sci-Fi news:

BADGER AT THE GREENWICH PICTURE HOUSE

Artwork from Howard Hardiman’s delightful small press comic Badger goes on display from Monday1st of December at the Picture House Cinema in Greenwich for a month.
01/12/08 – 01/01/09, Greenwich Picture House, Greenwich High Road, SE10 8NN, London

More info at www.picturehouses.co.uk
and www.cutebutsad.co.uk

DAVID LLOYD AT THE NEW END GALLERY, HAMPSTEAD

Kickback – an exhibtion of the sequential art of David Lloyd, including work from Night Raven, Kickback and V for Vendetta is the latest show at The New End Gallery in Hampstead. All the pages on display will be for sale…

Tues- Sun 04/12/08 – 23/12/08, New end gallery, 27 Carnegie House, Hampstead, London NW3 1JE

More info at www.newendgallery.com

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  1. CODIGO 46 « Voiceover’s Blog reblogged this and added:

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    […] Nacho Vigalondo (TimeCrimes) Howard Webster (The Many Worlds of Jonas Moore / Dragon Soccer) Michael Winterbottom (Code 46 / 24 hour party people) Andrzej Żuławski (On the Silver Globe / The Third part of the […]

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    […] Michael Winterbottom: Interviews published by University Press of Mississippi in December. You can stream the interview at Sci-Fi London and download the mp3 here. […]

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