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Review: The Unknown Girl

12/12/16

Engaging and compelling, The Unknown Girl could be described as a social-realist film noir. Words by Chris Mairs. The Unknown Girl is a Belgian-French drama directed by the Dardenne brothers and stars…
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Review: Snowden

12/12/16

Having discovered that the US government is eavesdropping on the digital lives of millions of innocent Americans in the name of national security, loyal CIA contractor and computer genius Edward Snowd…
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Art and Science: A Harmonious Collaboration?

07/12/16

Can the two distinct realms of art and science ever successfully work together?  The exhibition No Such Thing As Gravity explores the relationship between artistic practice and scientific knowledge, c…
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Explore Your Senses with the Ghost Hand Experiment

02/12/16

It is inherent within human nature to trust in our senses. But are all our sensory experiences real? Words by Dominic Martin. Whatever we see, hear, feel, smell or taste is perceived as a direct repre…
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Review: A United Kingdom

02/12/16

Celebrating the triumph of love and intelligence in the face of oppression and intolerance, A United Kingdom reveals a complex and painful period of British history. Words by Andrew Foster.
 

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Roundup: Liverpool Film Night 2016

01/12/16

On 23 November, FACT hosted Liverpool Film Night 2016, a special event celebrating the talent of filmmakers in Merseyside. The night included a programme of shorts from a range of genres, and a Q&…
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Film Review: The Innocents

29/11/16

The Innocents is based on a remarkable true story about the crises of faith that emerge when a house of God is ravaged by war. Words by Ilona Walker.
  Set in the middle of the Polish winter of 19…
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Reiki: Real or Not?

28/11/16

Callan Waldron-Hall explores the validity of Reiki in relation to our new exhibition, No Such Thing As Gravity.  How quickly do we accept something if it’s verified by science? How quickly do we dism…
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Bioengineered Desires: Reflections on the future of science and art

25/11/16

Our exhibition No Such Thing As Gravity looks into a wide variety of themes, including the possibilities of biomedical research and the relationship between art and science. Words by Federico Sargento…
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Film Review: Fantastic Beasts And Where to Find Them

25/11/16

Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them is finally here, returning us to the wizarding world created by J. K. Rowling. 
  Whether going in cold or already deep into the world, let Fantastic Beasts A…
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