The Creator Cert. 12A Picture house at FACT

This film explores of the legendary myth of Alan Turing, father of the computer age and maker of Artificial Intelligence machines.

Combining Lynchian nightmare with the prophetic themes of J.G. Ballard, The Creator takes you into the surreal dream world of the visionary scientist, where his binary children embark upon a quest to discover their origins and destiny in the universe.

This new film commission premieres on the centenary of Turing's birth. Commissioned and produced by Cornerhouse and Creative England (previously as Vision + Media). This screening forms part of Homotopia Queer Arts Festival.

Followed by a Q&A with artists Al & Al and producer/curator Bren O' Callaghan.  

About the Biennial Film Programme

As part of The Unexpected Guest, FACT and the Liverpool Biennial present one of the most ambitious programmes of contemporary artist film ever seen in Liverpool, all of which are inspired by the Biennial's theme of Hospitality.

Through a series of weekly film screenings, Q&A sessions, and film forums, we present a survey of contemporary practice in artist film and video focusing on the recent propensity of artists to work in the medium to feature-length format.

See the full Biennial Film Programme here.

 

 

Previous
  • Thumb
  • Thumb
  • The Creator 4
  • The Creator 2
  • The Creator 1
Next

Film times

This film is no longer showing.

Ticket prices*

Get a FACT Membership and SAVE 10%

Weekends, weekday evenings from 5pm and bank holidays

Adult £10.00
FACT Member £8.00
Student/Retired £9.00 (£7.00 for Members)
Children £7.00
Family of 4 £30.00 (extra kids £7.50 each) includes drink & popcorn for each child)

Films before 5pm and all day Wednesday

Adult £9.00
FACT Member £7.00
Student/Retired £8.00 (£6.00 for Members)
Children £5.00
Family of 4 £24.00 (extra kids £6.00 each) includes drink & popcorn for each child

*For details about Films clubs rates, Special events and other concessions please view our ticket details page

You may also like

RSC Loves Labours Won

RSC Live: Love's Labour's Won

Love’s Labour’s Lost and Love’s Labour’s Won (usually known as Much Ado About Nothing) from the Roya...

Read more

RSC Loves Labours Won

RSC Encore: Love's Labour's Won

Love’s Labour’s Lost and Love’s Labour’s Won (usually known as Much Ado About Nothing) from the Roya...

Read more

Smiling People

Volunteer at FACT

FACT is looking for people who are passionate about art and technology

Read more

FACT LED screen

Become a FACT Member

Get free tickets, plus 10% off tickets, food and drinks at FACT and beyond

On Twitter