'Designing 007' exhibition to move to Toronto in October|
The new 'Designing 007' exhibition that celebrates the 50th anniversary of the James Bond film series will move to Toronto after it finishes is debut run at the Barbican in London later this year (6th July 2012 to 5th September 2012).
It will move in to the Bell Lightbox, the headquarters of the Toronto International Film Festival, to make its North America debut from October 26th 2012 to January 20th 2013.
“This in-depth examination of one of the most significant film and cultural icons of all time will offer new and familiar visitors an unprecedented look at the cutting-edge design and décor of the Bond legacy, charting its influence on contemporary society and on the action genre as a whole,” said TIFF artistic director Noah Cowan.
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