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Until Sun 6th Oct

Moving Stories: Children’s Books From Page To Screen

@ National Media Museum, Bradford

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Moving Stories: Children’s Books From Page To Screen

A free-to-enter family exhibition titled Moving Stories: Children’s Books from Page to Screen tells the story of how children’s books are adapted for film and television.

Moving Stories is in collaboration with Seven Stories, National Centre for Children’s Books, Newcastle. It draws on both organisations’ wealth of knowledge and experience to explore the creative processes behind adapting some of the best loved children’s books and stories into some of the best loved films and television programmes.

Moving Stories features objects relating to popular characters from books and their on-screen counterparts, such as Snow White, Shrek, Peter Pan and The Gruffalo. Using items such as original manuscripts, storyboards and sketches to costumes and screen footage, Moving Stories focuses on the creative processes involved in adaptations and the different forms they can take.

Exhibition highlights include Roald Dahl’s original illustrated notebook for Fantastic Mr Fox displayed alongside puppets from the 2009 film, directed by Wes Anderson. There will be costumes from Martin Scorsese’s film Hugo which was adapted from Brian Selznick’s novel The Invention of Hugo Cabret, and original manuscripts and illustrations from The Borrowers and Mr Stink, which were both adapted by the BBC. A later incarnation of The Borrowers, Studio Ghibli’s The Secret World of Arrietty, will also feature.

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Venue Facts

Venue: National Media Museum

Manchester Road
BD1 1NQ 53.790562, -1.756445

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Bookings: 0844 856 3797


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