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Interview with David Garcia, co-curator of How much of this is fiction.


David Garcia, co-curator of our new exhibition How much of this is fiction. and Professor of Digital Arts and Media Activism, speaks to us about what visitors can expect from the show and how the them…
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Consenting Adults: Liverpool Pride highlighting the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality In 1967


In 1967 the BBC made two important documentaries about gay and lesbian people in the run up to the legislation partially decriminalising homosexuality. Liverpool Pride are screening these two extraord…
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Sheffield Doc/Fest in Partnership with FACT: Call for Proposals


Sheffield Doc/Fest and FACT are delighted to announce an opportunity for an artist to create an interactive or immersive documentary work for Sheffield Doc/Fest in June 2017, with a second opportunity…
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Review: Moonlight


Ever since its screening at the Toronto International film festival last September, Moonlight has been tipped to be the one to look out for this awards season. Words by Rhiannon Wain. Having already p…
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Hold – A touching pop-up exhibition by Invisible Flock


Hold, created by Invisible Flock, is the latest pop-up exhibition to come to FACT, and is an exploration of technology's positive affects, particularly on those living with dementia and their families…
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Review: Trolls


Trolls teaches a life lesson to all audiences: Be happy! Words by Portia Dodds. In a time of economic turmoil, political strain and general twenty-first century difficulties, it is fair to say that we…
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Review: Fences


The purpose of some films is to entertain, for others it is to inform, but in the case of films like Fences, the purpose can be to hold up a mirror and reflect parts of life the audience may not have …
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