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The Invisible Artist: a contemporary history of Belfast's comic book culture is a 2011 TV documentary written and presented by Andrew Luke and directed by Carl Boyle for Belfast station NVTV. Patrick Brown was interviewed, and also provided much of the research that went into the film. Other interviewees include John Killen of the Linen Hall Library about his exhibition, The Unkindest Cut, of political cartoons about Northern Ireland in the 20th century, Davy Francis, John Farrelly, Jim McKevitt, owner of Atomic Collectables, P. J. Holden and Stephen Downey.The Invisible Artist on Vimeo http://vimeo.com/34794274
The Invisible Artist on YouTube (partial subtitles) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lb1fO0b2xAQ