Alan Moore: Don't Let Me Die In Black and White

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Filmed in 1993, shortly before Alan's 40th birthday, this film was made during the period in which Alan was conducting research into the history of Northampton for the book 'Voice of the Fire'. Nothing was scripted, and there were no second takes. This edit of the film was made in 2000, and was shown to Sara Woodford at Id World, who commissioned the film 'Comic Tales with Alan Moore' for Channel 4. The title of the film comes from a line in Alan's song, 'Old Gangsters Never Die' (the B side of 'Sinister Ducks') - "If I die, and god knows I might, don't let me die in black and white."
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputFilm
Size22m 57s
Publication statusPublished - 25 Nov 2011
EventMagus: Transnational Approaches to the Work of Alan Moore - The University of Northampton, Northampton, United Kingdom
Duration: 28 May 201029 May 2010

Bibliographical note

Documentary. Screened at Magus: Transnational Approaches to the Work of Alan Moore, The University of Northampton, 28th of May 2010


  • alan moore
  • northampton
  • Magic
  • magick


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