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England's Screaming - Sean Hogan Q&A

25 Sep 2021
England's Screaming - Sean Hogan Q&A

We are delighted to welcome to Paracineama, filmmaker and writer Sean Hogan. Sean directed the feature films Lie Still (2005) and The Devil’s Business (2011) as well as the Home & Home section of the anthology film Little Deaths (2011). He also produced the 2000AD documentary Future Shock! The Story Of 2000AD (2014). 

He is the co-writer/directors of The Hallowe’en Sessions and The Ghost Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore – two anthology horror plays devised alongside Kim Newman. Featuring writers like Anne Billson, Paul McAuley and fellow Paracinema guest Stephen Volk.  

He is the author of the new book from PS Publishing England’s Screaming, a book that weaves together disparate figures from British Horror Cinema into a shared universe. A universe where Julian Karswell (Night Of The Demon) rubs shoulders with Duc de Richleau (The Devi Rides Out), where Dorothy Yates (Frightmare) is linked to the deaths at Russell Square (Death Line) and how does Damien Thorn (The Omen) know Julia Cotton (Hellraiser).  

Tickets: £6 (standard), £5 concessions & QUAD members.