Panel Borders: Marjane Satrapi’s Persepolis
Broadcast 24/04/08 as part of Strip! on Resonance 104.4 FM
Guest presenter Virginie Selavyâ€™s interview with cartoonist and film maker Marjane Satrapi whose film and graphic novel Persepolis breaks new ground in terms of depictions of the Middle East, comic book adaptations and autobiography.
Edited by Alex Fitch
Visit the home of this episode at archive.org
Links: Random House page on the Persepolis graphic novels
Review round up at www.complete-review.com
Wikipedia page on Marjane Satrapi
Print version of Virginie’s interview at Electric Sheep Magazine
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In comics news:
There’s an exhibition of art by London Underground comics creators at bookartbookshop near Old Street in London, until the 25th of April…
As part of the ICA and Paul Gravettâ€™s continuing ComICA festival, there’s an event next Tuesday (29 April) at the ICA in London at 8pm…
A screening and performance from Pakito Bolino of France’s Le Dernier Cri publishing house. A series of short animated films created by 30 artists, Les Religions Sauvages “devours the rotting meat of our civilisation, regurgitating it in a relentless bombardment of imagery,” which will, according to its creators, “purge, cleanse and purify our jaded, pornographic imaginations.” Bolino will be joining UK artists in a live improvised sound performance to accompany a DVD projection of the film.
If youâ€™d like to know more about this event please go to www.paulgravett.com or ww.ica.org.uk…