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Join the original Pink Floyd animator Ian Emes in conversation with musician Tom Odell, in celebration of the 50th anniversaries of Ian's pioneering films 'French Windows' and 'The Dark Side of The Moon'
As the original animator for Pink Floyd, Ian Emes’ pioneering animations for The Dark Side of The Moon have been seen by millions: ‘It wasn’t easy. Roger Waters had very particular ideas, and so did I.’
Tom Odell’s acclaimed debut EP earned him a BRIT Critics' Choice Award and his first album Long Way Down reached number one on the U.K. albums chart. He has released five albums to date, his fifth, The Best Day of My Life, in October of last year.
Join Ian and Tom for an inspiring exploration of the interplay between music and the moving image, in celebration of the 50th anniversaries of both The Dark Side of The Moon animation, and its forerunner, French Windows.
Priority booking for this talk is currently open for Members and Patrons; general booking will open Wednesday 11 January, subject to availability.