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Magnus Carlsen at the GFT

Magnus - the film

The Glasgow Film Theatre will show the film Magnus on 30 November and 1 December 2016. Summary:

"Magnus Carlsen is unlike any other chess player, possessing an innate creative playing ability and photographic memory from an early age. Shot over more than a decade, Benjamin Ree’s documentary follows the intense journey of the young Norwegian, remaining courtside throughout his trials and triumphs – including becoming the youngest grandmaster at age 13 and world chess champion at 22. Released to coincide with the World Chess Championships in New York, which Magnus is competing in, his film allows a peek inside the unique world of chess as seen through the eyes of a prodigal genius."

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Magnus Carlsen at the GFT

Magnus - the film

The Glasgow Film Theatre will show the film Magnus on 30 November and 1 December 2016. Summary:

"Magnus Carlsen is unlike any other chess player, possessing an innate creative playing ability and photographic memory from an early age. Shot over more than a decade, Benjamin Ree’s documentary follows the intense journey of the young Norwegian, remaining courtside throughout his trials and triumphs – including becoming the youngest grandmaster at age 13 and world chess champion at 22. Released to coincide with the World Chess Championships in New York, which Magnus is competing in, his film allows a peek inside the unique world of chess as seen through the eyes of a prodigal genius."

© 2018-19 Glasgow Polytechnic Chess Club

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Magnus Carlsen at the GFT

Magnus - the film

The Glasgow Film Theatre will show the film Magnus on 30 November and 1 December 2016. Summary:

"Magnus Carlsen is unlike any other chess player, possessing an innate creative playing ability and photographic memory from an early age. Shot over more than a decade, Benjamin Ree’s documentary follows the intense journey of the young Norwegian, remaining courtside throughout his trials and triumphs – including becoming the youngest grandmaster at age 13 and world chess champion at 22. Released to coincide with the World Chess Championships in New York, which Magnus is competing in, his film allows a peek inside the unique world of chess as seen through the eyes of a prodigal genius."

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