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Travelling Salesman Movie London screening

We previously reported a Cambridge screening of the Travelling Salesman Movie, the “intellectual thriller about four of the world’s smartest mathematicians hired by the U.S. government to solve the most elusive problem in computer science history — P vs. NP”. Now the movie is being screened in London, by the City University London Student Union Computing Society (whose website charmingly has a command line interface). This will take place at City University London on the 18th of April 2013 at 6pm.

Here is the trailer:

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Travelling Salesman Movie official site

Interview with writer and director Timothy Lanzone on the Math/Maths Podcast.

Travelling Salesman Movie UK screening in Cambridge

Plus Magazine tweeted to say that they’re showing the Travelling Salesman Movie chez eux in November. Tickets £7.50, 6.30pm on the 20th of November.

I thought we’d posted about the movie before but a search of the archives turned up nothing, so here’s the trailer:

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If that looks like your cup of tea (or N-tea), you can book tickets at the University of Cambridge online store.

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Travelling Salesman Movie official site

‘Travelling Salesman’, Tuesday 20 November 2012 at Plus Magazine