Judith Noble (Arts University College, Bournemouth)
Kenneth Anger is a legend of avant-garde film and a key figure in the counterculture and the late 1960s occult revival. Tonight, a leading expert on esotericism and film considers the way in which Anger created and deployed a unique cinematic occult system in his films, which function as magical rituals for their audiences as well as for their maker. Anger’s magical system, iconography and film making methods are unpacked with clarity of depth and understanding. Judith Noble has a lifelong career in film and media, and decades of study of western esoteric ideas. She now lectures at the Arts University, Bournemouth.
Time: 7.15 for 7.20 start on Wednesday 24 July 2013
Venue: Treadwell’s Books, 33 Store Street WC1E 7BS