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BFI Reuben Library

New Writings: Star Attractions: Twentieth-Century Movie Magazines and Global Fandom

We welcome the editors and contributors to discuss this fascinating new publication.

We are delighted to announce that the following book contributors will join Tamar Jeffers McDonald and Lies Lanckman, the editors of Star Attractions: Twentieth-Century Movie Magazines and Global Fandom, for this event: Alissa Clarke, Oana-Maria Mazilu, Sarah Polley and Michael Williams.

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Total runtime 90min

Between the 1920s to 50s, over 30 major fan magazines were available globally, feeding fan obsessions with Hollywood stars such as Mae West, Doris Day and Elvis Presley. We welcome the editors of this new publication, Tamar Jeffers McDonald and Lies Lanckman, alongside book contributors, to shed new light on a wealth of topics related to classical Hollywood stardom, including gender, fashion and sexuality, and national identity.

Tickets £6.50


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