Known for his searing, often violent, portraits of gangland America, Scorsese has demonstrated that he’s not a one-note director in some of his more unexpected, personal projects, and none more so than his masterclass in classical literary adaptation, 'The Age of Innocence'.
This exquisitely acted, costumed and designed period piece is the centrepiece of our Scorsese seminar, from which Hollywood expert Nick Smedley will track both backwards and forwards, allowing a panoramic vista of this great master’s essential contribution to modern cinema.
Do join us for a gripping journey into the dark heart of America, and much more besides.
120m (inc Q&A)
Tickets £6.50 (Friends £5/Students Free)
Sat 1 Apr 10:30 – In the Auditorium
See 'Age of Innocence' and 'Scorsese Talk' for only £13 (Friends £10)