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Mad Max: Revisiting a 1980s Dystopia

06/05/15

This Saturday at FACT, we’re heading down memory lane into the post-apocalyptic wasteland of George Miller's Mad Max. "I'm a fuel injected suicide machine. I am the rocker, I am the roller, I am the o…
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Vampires & Hamburgers: A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night previewed

05/05/15

The expression “as deep as a puddle” could be used to describe this Iranian thriller-romance-drama filmed in America featuring a vampire, old junkie and tattooed drug dealer who abuses women. Fortunat…
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NT Live: A View From the Bridge

01/05/15

Bethany Harris recounts her experience of watching Arthur Miller's classic broadcast live on the big screen, and shares what's coming up in the next Screen Arts season. Having read the play as a teena…
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Interview with Discover Tuesdays host & film buff Ben Howarth

30/04/15

Have you ever been to see a film in our Discover Tuesday Programme? Find out more about what's coming up, why you should come along to the after-show discussion with host Ben Howarth, and why he wants…
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Group Therapy: Mental Distress in a Digital Age Reviewed

29/04/15

Is it natural to use technology to assess your wellbeing? Or is the digital age actually adversely effecting our mental health? Dominic Martin investigates the technologies vying for our attention and…
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From the Bluecoat to FACT

27/04/15

Alberto Martinez Garcia explores the breadth of history art lovers can explore in just 500 yards - from the Bluecoat to FACT. There are 500 yards from the Bluecoat to FACT and through these two buildi…
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Love, beauty and creativity in Fellini's 8 1/2

24/04/15

Fellini's 8 ½ screened as part of our Vintage Sunday programme this month. Maria-Magdalena Manolova uncovers some of the films key themes, including love, beauty and creativity.  8 ½ (1963) laughs sar…
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