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Ultraviolence

FACT presents

Cinema in The City: Ultraviolence [15]

Lewis's Building
Renshaw St, L3 5SB
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Runtime: 75 mins

Genre: Documentary

Part of the Cinema in the City season

Doors at 18:00. Short Film at 19:15. Feature Film at 19:30.

Twenty years in the making, Ken Fero’s Ultraviolence is the follow-up to Injustice from 2001, a documentary that is the most important British non-fiction film of my professional lifetime: a radical, passionate work about the ongoing scandal and tragedy of deaths in UK police custody, largely of black men.

Language: English (Plus subtitles) Age Certificate: 15

This film will be preceded by Hey Joe, directed by Eleanor Lybeck.

Bookings

£8.25 - £11.50

About Cinema in The City

Set at the historic Lewis's Building, Cinema in The City returns this Autumn, with a weekend of contemporary films about community activism alongside shorts from local filmmakers.

Cinema fans will enjoy the unique opportunity to experience screenings in the centre of Liverpool, inside one of the cities most iconic Grade II listed buildings with food and drink provided by Squash, a community organisation, rooted and home-grown on Windsor Street in Toxteth.

Cinema in The City at Lewis's Building runs from Fri 12 - Sun 14 Nov. Entrance via Renshaw St, L3 5SB. Screenings will take place on the 3rd Floor which is accessible via lift.

Seating is unreserved. Each attendee will have their own individual seat. Feel free to bring your own cushion.

For more listings, head to fact.co.uk/cinema-in-the-city

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