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Tasked with investigating the kidnappings and brainwashed reappearances of top scientists, the insubordinate British spy Harry Palmer (Michael Caine) navigates his way through criminals, secret agents, and his superiors. Based on Len Deighton's novel, The Ipcress File won a BAFTA award for best British film. In 1999 it was included at number 59 on the BFI list of the 100 best British films of the 20th century.

Special guest Dr. Joan McGettigan has been instrumental in helping select the films for this series and will introduce and offer insights at each of the screenings. Dr. McGettigan is an associate professor in TCU's Bob Schieffer College of Communication, teaching courses in film history and critical film studies.

Tasked with investigating the kidnappings and brainwashed reappearances of top scientists, the insubordinate British spy Harry Palmer (Michael Caine) navigates his way through criminals, secret agents, and his superiors. Based on Len Deighton's novel, The Ipcress File won a BAFTA award for best British film. In 1999 it was included at number 59 on the BFI list of the 100 best British films of the 20th century.

Special guest Dr. Joan McGettigan has been instrumental in helping select the films for this series and will introduce and offer insights at each of the screenings. Dr. McGettigan is an associate professor in TCU's Bob Schieffer College of Communication, teaching courses in film history and critical film studies.

Tasked with investigating the kidnappings and brainwashed reappearances of top scientists, the insubordinate British spy Harry Palmer (Michael Caine) navigates his way through criminals, secret agents, and his superiors. Based on Len Deighton's novel, The Ipcress File won a BAFTA award for best British film. In 1999 it was included at number 59 on the BFI list of the 100 best British films of the 20th century.

Special guest Dr. Joan McGettigan has been instrumental in helping select the films for this series and will introduce and offer insights at each of the screenings. Dr. McGettigan is an associate professor in TCU's Bob Schieffer College of Communication, teaching courses in film history and critical film studies.

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WHERE

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
3200 Darnell St.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
http://www.themodern.org/

TICKET INFO

$6-$9
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