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ScreenTalks Archive: Levin Akin on And Then We Danced

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Dancer turned actor and director Levin Akin discusses the stories and meaning behind the critically-acclaimed Georgian drama, And Then We Danced.

The Barbican ScreenTalks Archive podcast is presented by Ellen E Jones and produced by Jane Long for Loftus Media. Listen to more episodes on: barbican.org.uk/screentalksarchive


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