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Review: A Ghost Story

14/08/17

The latest film from acclaimed director David Lowery (Ain’t Them Bodies Saints, Pete’s Dragon) is a singular exploration of legacy, loss, and the essential human longing for meaning and connection. Wo…
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Review: England Is Mine

14/08/17

England is Mine is directed by Mark Gill and tells the story of Steven Patrick Morrissey; a quiet and kept together young man whose future is yet to be decided. Words by Georgia Usher.
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Seeing the world differently - experiencing virtual reality for the first time at FACT

14/08/17

Artist Phil Coy’s Substance – A whole history of hollows and reliefs is part of FACT’s latest exhibition, The New Observatory. The installation uses virtual reality to explore the earth’s surface, par…
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BFI Academy is back.

10/08/17

Every year, the BFI Film Academy at FACT gives talented and passionate 16-19 year olds from all backgrounds, the opportunity to be part of the UK's future film industry. If you're interested in a care…
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Wafaa Bilal, The Ashes Series: Al-Mutanabbi Street, 2003-2013

08/08/17

The 168:01 Wafaa Bilal crowdfunder is almost at 40%! FACT caught up with Jot Paper Co., who have been working on some limited edition prints of Bilal’s Al-Mutanabbi Street, 2003-2013, as part of the £…
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Review: Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

07/08/17

Luc Besson, director of the Fifth Element, returns with another creatively ambitious project, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets. Words by Lee Williams. Like Tarantino, Luc Besson is perhaps …
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Review: The Big Sick

31/07/17

"Michael Showalter, Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon’s wonderful, heartfelt rom-com is a transgressive antidote for a genre gone stale,” writes Luke Penny.
  When a couple goes through a harrowi…
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Bethan Griffith's from Wigan shares her story about working with Mark Titchner

30/07/17

Ten months ago (in September 2016), myself and several young people got involved in the Wigan part of the Mark Titchner public art project, “What I want more than anything else” managed by FACT in par…
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Panel of Industry Professionals announced for Liverpool Film Night 2017

28/07/17

We're pleased to finally be able to announce the panel of distinguished professionals participating in Liverpool Film Night 2017, happening on 22 November. The panel of experts, representing a diverse…
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Remembering the Days of Roger Moore as James Bond

28/07/17

On Sunday 30 July, we're screening The Spy Who Loved Me, the Bond film that created, in its day, the largest indoor set ever for a UK produced film. Tommy Zimmer shares his thoughts on reasons why Rog…
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