Remembering Terence Davies’ Liverpool

Time past and time future What might have been and what has been Point to one end, which is always present T.S Eliot, Burnt Norton, Four Quartets   It’s 30 years since Distant Voices, Still Lives, the first full length feature by Liverpool director Terence Davies, was released. An anniversary screening at FACT will be […]

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September Events as Part Of Independents Biennial

We’re pleased to announce our programme for September as part of the Independents Biennial and Scalarama Film Festival. We’ve got five films spread over two locations, with a focus on kick-ass women. We conclude our four-week run at OUTPUT Gallery with Terrence Davis’s The Long Day Closes. The 1992 British film. Set in Liverpool in mid-1950s […]

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August events with Independents Biennial

We’re delighted to be unveiling our August programme, at two venues for Liverpool’s Independents Biennial. As ever, our film programme reflect the spaces we’re in, and we’re in two very different spaces. The former George Henry Lee’s department store opened 165 years ago. Originally a bonnet warehouse, it grew into a store for the well […]

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