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Creation: a private screening at London’s science museum

Nature and Icon Films cordially invite you to a private screening of the feature film CREATION.

Please join us on Wednesday 16 September 2009 at the Science Museum in London for this advance screening. Director Jon Amiel and Oscar winning Producer Jeremy Thomas will introduce the film, followed by a screening on the Science Museum’s IMAX screen.

CREATION is the powerful story of Charles Darwin and the single most explosive idea in history.

Based upon Randal Keynes’s book, Annie’s Box about the life of his great great grandfather Charles Darwin, the film stars Paul Bettany, Jennifer Connelly, Jeremy Northam, Toby Jones and Benedict Cumberbatch.

Drinks reception: 1830

Screening: 1915

Location: Science Museum, Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London SW7 2DD, UK.

Please RSVP by email. It is essential to RSVP in order to confirm that a seat is available.

From the Nature review of Annie’s Box (Nature 411, 739-740; 2001), by Bruce Weber:

Keynes sees in Darwin’s relationship with his daughter threads that tie together disparate aspects of his life and thought. He makes a compelling case and reveals an aspect of Darwin that should be incorporated into our total picture of him. The writing is graceful, the illustrations are apt and affecting, and the thesis is convincingly presented.

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