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Coins: The original political art?

09/07/13

Matt Rummery discusses the history of political art, propaganda and ancient coins Long before the age of mass media, the ancient world possessed a simple way of conveying messages to the populace: thr…
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James Richards - Today

Random Acts continues tonight with James Richard's Today

04/07/13

Our series of short form, artist made film continues tonight with James Richard's trip to the seaside in Today James Richards, winner of this year’s prestigious Jarman Award, works largely with found …
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Don't miss A Field in England's big screen premiere

03/07/13

Mysticism, mystification and magic mushrooms during the English Civil War in new film A Field in England from director of Sightseers, Ben Wheatley. “The most fascinating director currently at work in …
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Happy Independence Day!

03/07/13

It's American Independence Day and to celebrate we've teamed up with Sapphire on Bold Street for an exclusive offer On 4 July 1776, the land of the free and the home of the brave declared independence…
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The future of energy?

03/07/13

Imre Szeman explains what Fracking is, why it's happening now and why we should all be concerned about the possible dangers As conventional sources of oil and gas become depleted, nations have turned …
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The Act of Killing Director Q&A at FACT

28/06/13

Described by the Guardian as "the most compelling film you'll ever see.", we are looking forward to welcoming the Director to FACT next week Joshua Oppenheimer's stunning new documentary The Act of Ki…
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Mr Seel's Garden uncovers the secret history of food in Liverpool

26/06/13

The TransEurope Slow project as part of Turning FACT Inside Out encourages you to explore the city by bike to discover new, hidden areas. Michelle Bastian writes about another project which looks at t…
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Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Monsoon

Apichatpong Weerasenthakul’s Monsoon screens tonight on Channel 4

26/06/13

We are thrilled to present a new work from the Thai filmmaker and Palme d’Or winner as part of our series of Random Acts films on Channel 4. On the night of Japan’s devastating earthquake in March 201…
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Friends of the Earth in Liverpool

25/06/13

Liverpool Friends of the Earth work across the city to promote environmentalism, green energy and recycling and have been working to oppose Fracking in the North West. In response to Fracking Futures,…
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Capitalism and Liverpool

24/06/13

Inspired by Steve Lambert's Capitalism Works For Me! (True/False) sign, Holly Louise Rimmer-Tagoe writes about the history of Capitalism and protest in Liverpool The platitude ‘Capitalism Works for Me…
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