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Norman Lloyd's history lesson

Norman Lloyd © AFP

Norman Lloyd © AFP

To do justice to this anniversary year, we decided to organise not one, but three workshops. Alongside Alexandre Desplat’s music lesson and Philip Kaufman’s cinema workshop, Norman Lloyd will be giving a history lesson this Thursday.

 

Norman Lloyd is an actor, producer and director who started out in Hollywood playing a supporting role in Alfred Hitchcock’s Saboteur (1942), a film in which he falls from the top of the Statue of Liberty.

 

The fall didn’t stop him enjoying a long career. Today, at 97 years of age, he enjoys sharing his personal, illustrated take on the history of American cinema.

 

Norman Lloyd will be giving his history lesson at 5 pm on Thursday 24 May, in the Buñuel Theatre.

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