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Greengrass’s (THE BOURNE SUPREMACY) nerve-shredding new thriller is based on the true story of a container ship hijacked by Somali pirates, and boasts a truly great performance by Tom Hanks as the grizzled, courageous captain. Contains infrequent strong language and moderate sex references.
From 25 October
Drawing on Monroe’s recently unearthed personal papers, interviews with those who knew her well, and of course footage of Monroe herself unburdening her insecurities with great candour, LOVE, MARILYN is a balanced and ultimately uplifting salute to a great if troubled talent. Contains moderate sex references and one use of strong language.
From 25 October
like father, like son
Director: Hirokazu Koreeda. Japan 2013. 121 mins. Japanese with English subtitles.
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Director: Paul Greengrass. Starring: Tom Hanks, Catherine Keener, Max Martini, Barkhad Abdi. USA 2013. 134 mins.
Another characteristically sensitive, poetic and moving work from art-house favourite Koreeda (STILL WALKING, I WISH), this heartwarming drama follows a wealthy businessman who discovers that, through a misunderstanding, his biological son was switched at birth.
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Director: Liz Garbus. USA 2012. 105 mins. On our cinema screens, Stephen Frears directs outstanding performances from Judi Dench and Steve Coogan in Philomena, and Chris Hemsworth and Natalie Portman star in Thor: The Dark World. See how long you can hold your breath as George Clooney and Sandra Bullock battle for ‘space survival’ in Alfonso Cuaron’s superb Gravity. An all-star cast including Michael Fassbender, Brad Pitt and Penelope Cruz feature in Ridley Scott’s The Counsellor. Jennifer Lawrence returns in Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson star in biographical drama Saving Mr Banks.
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Alongside the artworks, we’re presenting iconic films from Werner Herzog and Dziga Vertov, plus an opportunity to create your own lo-fi hologram. For a different kind of Halloween experience, join us for Ryan Jordan’s immersive Possession Trance performance followed by Haxan, one of the weirdest films ever made. We’re also celebrating tenantspin, FACT’s longest running community project in a special exhibition.
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Get ready for mind-bending events and screenings this Autumn to coincide with an exhibition of works by the artist and filmmaker Mark Boulos. Step inside Gallery 1 for a disembodying experience and head upstairs to Gallery 2 to see some of his previous film works.
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A Symphony of Horror
Director: F. W. Murnau. Starring: Max Schreck, Gustav von Wangenheim, Greta Schröder. Germany 1922. 63 mins. Silent. When newlywed Hutter enters Count Orlok’s (Max Schreck) castle in Transylvania, he soon discovers its ghastly secrets. The unbelievably frightening Schreck scuttles and creeps through the Expressionist shadows in Murnau’s nightmarish vision of Bram Stoker’s Dracula.
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From 8 November
Director: Stephen Frears. Starring: Steve Coogan, Judi Dench, Michelle Fairley. UK/USA 2013. 98 mins.
Director: Alfonso Cuarón. Starring: Sandra Bullock, George Clooney. USA/UK 2013. 91 mins.
An Oscar-worthy Judi Dench plays the titular character seeking out the illegitimate son taken from her whilst she served in one of Ireland’s notorious convents. In this she is aided by journalist Martin Sixsmith (Coogan), whose dogged tactics lead them to a series of superb plot twists. Stephen Frears (THE QUEEN) draws remarkable performances from this odd couple, whose earthy chemistry, coupled with a sharp and very funny script, make PHILOMENA a true delight. Contains infrequent strong language and moderate sex references.
A wisecracking veteran astronaut (Clooney) and a rookie scientist (Bullock) find themselves stranded in space after an accident. The two leads give emotionally compelling performances as their predicament steadily worsens, but above all it’s the stunning visual achievements of director Cuarón (CHILDREN OF MEN) and cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki that will leave you reeling with amazement. Contains sustained moderate threat, disturbing images and strong language.
From 15 November
From 1 November
the dark world 2d/3d
Director: Ridley Scott. Starring: Michael Fassbender, Penélope Cruz, Cameron Diaz, Javier Bardem, Brad Pitt. USA/UK 2013. TBC mins. Cormac McCarthy, the Pulitzer-winning author of No Country for Old Men and The Road, has now written his first original screenplay. The titular counsellor (Fassbender) is a smart, ambitious and morally flexible lawyer who begins to work for the drug-trafficking industry and finds his world unravelling in violent fashion. McCarthy’s script, Scott’s directing and the magnificent cast should put THE COUNSELLOR at the top of everyone’s must-see list.
Director: Alan Taylor. Starring: Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, Christopher Eccleston. USA 2013. TBC mins. In this sequel to both 2011’s THOR and 2012’s AVENGERS ASSEMBLE, Chris Hemsworth (RUSH) reprises his role as the god with the troubled backstory. This time Thor battles to defend the universe against a primeval enemy led by the vengeful Malekith (Eccleston). Reunited with earthling astrophysicist Jane Foster (Portman) and his adoptive brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston), Thor embarks upon a journey fraught with danger and darkness.
From 1 November
From 22 November
THE hunger games: catching fire (Cert TBC)
Director: Greg Camalier. Featuring: Rick Hall, Keith Richards, Aretha Franklin. USA 2013. 111 mins.
Director: Francis Lawrence. Starring: Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Donald Sutherland. USA 2013. TBC mins.
Since the 1950s Alabama’s Fame Studios has become legendary for its unique ‘Muscle Shoals sound’. This documentary charts its story primarily through interviews with its founder, Rick Hall, and many of the musicians who’ve used it, including Gregg Allman, Etta James, the Rolling Stones, Wilson Pickett, Jimmy Cliff and Aretha Franklin. Hall talks candidly about his life, and rousing archive performances add to the film’s immense likeability.
The second part of the thrilling sci-fi trilogy revisits Katniss Everdeen (Lawrence) and Peeta Mellark (Hutcherson), victors of the 74th annual Hunger Games, which President Snow (Sutherland) uses to keep the population distracted and terrified. Snow now decrees that the 75th event will expose the young heroes to a potentially deadly fate – but Katniss and Peeta are beginning to realise that mutiny is fomenting in their homeland.
From 22 November
8 Discover stunning cinema. Whether it’s a cult classic, an art-house gem or a riveting
Director: Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Starring: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Julianne Moore, Scarlett Johansson. USA 2013. 90 mins.
documentary, there will always be a chance to see something different and brilliant in our weekly slot.
Gordon-Levitt plays Jon, a man addicted to bedding as many women as possible, but not as addicted as he is to sex websites. When he meets the more mature Esther (Moore), she offers insights into his behaviour whilst also indulging it, and his transformation begins.
blue is the warmest colour
Director: Abdellatif Kechiche. Starring: Adèle Exarchopoulos, Léa Seydoux. France 2013. 180 mins. French with English subtitles.
BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOUR tells the story of Adèle (Exarchopoulos), a schoolgirl who finds herself captivated by a pretty, punky, blue-haired stranger. This is Emma (Seydoux), a confidentart student who is wholly comfortable with her sexuality. The pair’s relationship deepens as Adèle becomes Emma’s friend, lover, flatmate and muse in this fearlessly brilliant film.
Director: Fernando Trueba. Starring: Jean Rochefort, Aida Folch, Claudia Cardinale. France/Spain 2012. 105 mins. French with English subtitles. The arrival of a mysterious young woman gives an elderly artist (Rochefort, THE HAIRDRESSER’S HUSBAND) a new lease of life in this sumptuous drama set in Occupied France. Contains natural nudity.
Tuesday 5 November
CUTIE AND THE BOXER
Director: Zachary Heinzerling. USA 2013. TBC mins. This charming, quirky documentary profiles acclaimed New York painter Ushio Shinohara and his long-suffering wife Noriko. In part an examination of their complex relationship, in part a meditation on ageing and the artistic process, the film pays homage to their lifelong partnership.
From 29 November
Tuesday 12 November
Director: François Ozon. Starring: Marine Vacth, Fantin Ravat. France 2013. 94 mins. French with English subtitles.
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During the course of a single year, 17-year-old Isabelle (Vacth) is transformed from a sexually curious ingénue into something altogether darker. Writer-director Ozon (POTICHE, SWIMMING POOL) delivers a beguilingly scripted, gorgeous-looking and sensitively performed little masterpiece.
Director: René Clément. Starring: Alain Delon, Maurice Ronet, Marie Laforêt. France 1960. 119 mins. French with English subtitles. The first film version of Patricia Highsmith’s novel The Talented Mr Ripley, this achingly cool example of early-1960s French chic stars the incomparable Alain Delon as master manipulator Tom Ripley, intent on stealing the life of his closest friend. Presented here in a stunning new restoration.
From 29 November
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Tuesday 19 November
Tuesday 29 October
Director: John Lee Hancock. Starring: Tom Hanks, Emma Thompson, Paul Giamatti. USA/UK 2013. TBC mins. The story of Walt Disney’s battle of wills with British author P.L. Travers over the rights to her novel, Mary Poppins, makes for an entertaining yet gently nerve-wracking film and the perfect vehicle for a brace of two-time Oscar winners, Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson.
Directors: Joe Lawlor, Christine Molloy. Starring: Aiden Gillen, Claire Keelan. Ireland/Singapore/UK 2013. 95 mins. This haunting character study follows a middle-aged man (Gillen) on a trip to Singapore to settle the estate of his recently deceased brother. Minimal, poetic and striking, MISTER JOHN is a powerful slice of new British art house.
Tuesday 26 November
LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON P Director: Hirokazu Koreeda. Starring: Masaharu Fukuyama, Yoko Maki. Japan 2013. 121 mins. Japanese with English subtitles. Another characteristically sensitive, poetic and moving work from art-house favourite Koreeda (STILL WALKING, I WISH), this heartwarming drama follows a wealthy businessman who discovers that, through a misunderstanding, his biological son was switched at birth.
Tuesday 3 December
METRO MANILA 5 Director: Sean Ellis. Starring: Jake Macapagal, Althea Vega, John Arcilla. UK/Philippines 2013. 115 mins. Tagalog with English subtitles. British writer-director Ellis’s (CASHBACK) Philippines-set third feature begins as a poignant account of a young rural couple, Oscar and Mai, who are obliged by poverty to chance their luck in the teeming chaos of Manila. They soon fall prey to unscrupulous lowlifes, but when Oscar gets hired as an armoured car driver, the story unexpectedly turns into a gritty, compelling and sporadically violent crime drama.
gothic sundays Here at Picturehouse @ FACT we are extremely excited to be taking part in the BFI’s Gothic project celebrating cinema’s love affair with the dark side.
Sunday 17 November
Sunday 24 November
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Whale followed up 1931’s tragic FRANKENSTEIN with this hilariously camp comedy horror, in which a rival mad scientist persuades Henry Frankenstein to create a mate – in the iconic form of Elsa Lanchester – for the long-suffering Monster.
When an academic attempts to debunk a cult leader’s claims to paranormal powers, he finds himself the object of a satanic curse. Based on an M. R. James story, Tourneur’s brilliantly paced film builds up the atmosphere to unbearably creepy heights.
Director: James Whale. Starring: Boris Karloff, Elsa Lanchester, Colin Clive, Ernest Thesiger. USA 1935. 75 mins.
Gothic will unleash a pandemonium of devils, vampires, witches and dark romance. This brochure continues with the theme MONSTROUS and introduces THE DARK ARTS:
Director: Jacques Tourneur. Starring: Dana Andrews. UK 1957. 91 mins.
Sunday 1 December
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Sunday 27 October
Director: William Friedkin. Starring: Ellen Burstyn, Max von Sydow, Jason Miller, Linda Blair. USA 1973. 132 mins.
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This is still one of the scariest films ever made, with Blair as the apparently normal 12-year-old girl whose body is possessed by the Devil, and Miller as the troubled priest who must confront the demon within and without.
Director: F. W. Murnau. Starring: Max Schreck. Germany 1922. 63 mins. Silent. Don’t let that PG certificate fool you: cinema’s first-ever vampire is still by far the most terrifying. Murnau’s Expressionism collides with Max Schreck’s horrifying performance to produce a film of strange, unearthly beauty.
Sunday 3 November
THE ELEPHANT MAN P Director: David Lynch. Starring: John Hurt, Anthony Hopkins. USA 1980. 123 mins.
In nightmarishly monochrome 1880s London, the seriously deformed John Merrick (Hurt) is rescued from fairground exploitation, cruelty and abuse by an eminent surgeon (Hopkins), the first person to treat him like a man rather than a monster.
Sunday 10 November
Director: James Whale. Starring: Boris Karloff, Colin Clive. USA 1931. 70 mins. In Whale’s stark, stylish masterpiece, our sympathy with the Monster – a childlike, unwittingly murderous victim – is crucial to the story’s emotional power. Karloff’s famous screen debut is one of the greatest performances in film history.
picturehouse docs Saturday 26 October, 11.00am
Kids’ Club: Frankenweenie (PG) 87 mins
Sunday 27 October, 11.30am
Autism-Friendly: Frankenweenie (PG) 87 mins
Sunday 27 October
Nosferatu: a symphony of Horror (PG)
Sunday 27 October, 4.00
Sunday 1 December, 4.00
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how to survive a plague
Director: David Bond. UK 2013. 83 mins. Documentarian David Bond feared that, like the majority of their generation, his young children spent far too much time glued to their digital screens and almost none in the great outdoors. As selfappointed ‘Marketing Director for Nature’, he resolved to try to redress the balance. In his inspirational film, the resolute and contagiously enthusiastic Bond creates an ingenious campaign, using websites, pledge cards, shopping mall posters, mobile phone apps and handson awaydays.
Director: F. W. Murnau. Starring: Max Schreck, Gustav von Wangenheim, Greta Schröder. Germany 1922. 63 mins. Silent.
(Cert TBC) Director: David France. Featuring: Larry Kramer, Peter Staley, Bob Rafsky. USA 2012. TBC mins. The appalling indifference and hostility towards people living with HIV in the 1980s and the efforts of New York-based campaigners to combat this are the subject of France’s inspiring, instructive film. Recent interviews and archive footage shot by ACT UP record the gay community coming together and lobbying to overcome prejudice and, more importantly, obtain the drugs which would stop people dying.
When newlywed Hutter enters Count Orlok’s (Schreck) castle in Transylvania, he soon discovers its ghastly secrets. The unbelievably frightening Schreck scuttles and creeps through the Expressionist shadows in Murnau’s nightmarish vision of Bram Stoker’s Dracula.
Wednesday 30 October, 6.30
Culture shock: Braindead (18)
Monday 18 November, 8.30
Thursday 5 December, 6.00
Director: Peter Jackson. Starring: Timonthy Blame, Diana Pañalver, Elizabeth Moddy, Ian Watkin. New Zealand 1992. 101 mins.
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All hell breaks loose when a mutant rat escapes in 1950s suburban New Zealand in THE LORD OF THE RINGS director Peter Jackson’s gloriously gross zombie flick. Anarchic, inventive and frequently hilarious!
Thursday 31 October, 8.30
NT Encore: Frankenstein - Benedict Cumberbatch as Creature Oscar winner Danny Boyle (TRAINSPOTTING, SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE) directed this sensational production with Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller alternating roles as Victor Frankenstein and his creation. The two leads won the Best Actor Olivier for their performances.
Saturday 2 November, 11.00am
Kids’ Club: Hotel Transylvania (U) 91 mins Sunday 3 November, 11.30am
Autism-Friendly: Hotel Transylvania (U) 91 mins
plus satellite Q&A with john pilger
Director: John Pilger. Australia/UK 2013. TBC mins. Directed by BAFTA-winning filmmaker and journalist John Pilger, this is an extraordinary film about Utopia, a vast region in northern Australia that is home to the oldest human presence on earth. One of the world’s best kept secrets is revealed against a background of the greatest boom in mineral wealth. Has the ‘lucky country’ inherited South African apartheid?
plus panel discussion
Director: Richard Rowley. USA/Afghanistan/Iraq/Kenya/Somalia/Yemen 2013. 86 mins. Investigative reporter Jeremy Scahill stumbles upon a US military night raid gone badly wrong in a remote corner of Afghanistan. Intent on exposing the truth, he is drawn into a disquieting world of black ops, kill lists and drone strikes underpinning the ‘War on Terror’.
Thursday 14 November, 6.30
the zigzag kid (Cert TBC)
blumenthal (Cert TBC)
Director: Vincent Bal. Starring: Thomas Simon, Fedja van Huêt, Jessica Zeylmaker, Burghart Klaussner. Netherlands/Belgium 2012. TBC mins.
Director: Seth Fisher. Starring: Brian Cox, Bill Sage, Fred Melamed, Laila Robins. USA 2013. TBC mins
An action-packed family-friendly adaptation of the beloved book by renowned Israeli writer David Grossman. Nono wants to be like his father – the best police inspector in the world – but he constantly gets into trouble. He is sent away to his uncle Shmuel, who is supposed to get him back on track, but things don’t quite go to plan.
Saul’s brother Harold, the famous playwright (whom Saul believes plagiarised his life), has just passed away. His wife Cheryl fears she’s a has-been and considers cosmetic surgery. Meanwhile his nephew Ethan is on a two-pronged mission to find a soulmate and Harold’s lifetime achievement award. Welcome to the world of modern American Jewrosis!
Sunday 10 November, 3.00
By joining Big Scream parents can visit our cinema without having to find a babysitter or worry about their baby disturbing others. The screenings are on a Thursday at 11.00am. Doors open at 10.30am. Membership is £1, for two people per baby, valid until the baby’s first birthday. To join please ask for a form at Tickets & Information.
love, marilyn (12A) 7 November
captain philLips (12A)
thor: the dark world 2d (Cert TBC) 28 November
THE hunger games: catching fire (Cert TBC) 5 December
saving mr banks (Cert TBC)
Please note that Big Scream films may contain material intended for adults - please check with the cinema for more information..
Toddler Time is especially designed to introduce pre-school children to the big screen.
The Kids' Club film starts at 11.00am every Saturday, with games and activities beforehand from 10.30am. Annual membership is just £4. Tickets are only £1 for members and accompanying adults, £3 for non-members.
Showing every Tuesday at 11.00am. Admission is just £3 per child, accompanying adults free, when they become members of Toddler Time.
Please note: We are not providing any official childcare. If you leave your child in the cinema, please be there on time to collect them at the end of the film.
LIAF: Animated Shorts (U)110 mins
HOTEL TRANSYlVANIA (U)
I am Divine
Director: Jeffrey Schwarz. USA 2013. TBC mins. Outrageous, courageous, shocking, challenging, unique: many words can describe the larger-than-life persona crafted by Harris Glenn Milstead, but perhaps the stage name the notorious muse of John Waters took for himself is the best descriptor of all: Divine. He was a loud, brash voice that stood up for millions of gay men and women who couldn’t make themselves heard, just by being out there, visible and defiant in the face of normality. Jeffrey Schwarz’s enlightening documentary screens as part of Homotopia’s John Waters Weekend.
PIRATES! in AN ADVENTURE WITH SCIENTISTS! (U)
THE JUNGLE BOOK (U) 78 mins
30 November /1 December THE LOVE BUG (U) 105 mins
Every Sunday at 11.30am. These screenings are for people on the autism spectrum and their families, friends and carers. Tickets are £3 (no concessions or free tickets for support workers).
TIMMY TIME: halloween special 5 November
ROOM ON THE BROOM
MR MEN: CHRISTMAS SPECIAL TBC
OLLY THE LITTLE WHITE VAN 3 19 November bagpuss TBC 26 November
Poppy Cat TBC
All shows are approximately 30 minutes long.
29 October Frankenweenie
(PG) 87 mins 2/3 November
Sunday 10 November, 6.30
+ Ephemeral Nature
Met Opera Live: Saturday 26 October, 5.55 Encore: tuesday 29 October, 12.00
d out Live: Satureday 9 November, 5.55 sol Encore: tuesday 12 November, 12.00
Tosca NT Encores Thursday 31 October, 8.30
Benedict Cumberbatch as Creature Thursday 14 November, 8.00
Jonny Lee Miller as Creature
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TUesday 5 November, 12.00
Hamlet thursday 7 november, 7.00
The Habit of Art Royal Opera House Live: Monday 4 November, 5.45
Les Vepres Siciliennes RSC Live
from Stratford-upon-Avon Live: Wednesday 13 November, 7.00 out Encore: tuesday 19 November, 12.00 sold Encore: tuesday 10 December, 7.30
Richard II Bolshoi Ballet Sunday 17 November, 12.00
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Until 3 November – Image Mobile Memories
Communities from Vauxhall and Kirkdale have been working with artist Will Schrimshaw to create a special audio heritage work exploring the lost and hidden in North Liverpool through soundscapes and digital story-telling.
OtherExhibitions FACT&HeritageCentre atRotundaonGreat MerseyStreet/FREE For more information please contact email@example.com 01517074407
tenantspinExpo tenantspin was one of FACT’s key collaborative projects, which began life as a pilot series of online broadcasts in 1999 and continued as a model of community participation until 2012. Over its 13 years, the tenantspin project provided a platform for hundreds of Liverpool residents to produce creative digital content and debate about issues relating to their lives.
4 November Manwith aMoviecamera
This film was selected by artist Mark Boulos and is introduced by Keith Marley from Liverpool Screen School and followed by a tour of the Mark Boulos exhibition.
Dziga Vertov / 1929 / 68 mins – For AS / A level ﬁlm and media students – Image Still from Man with a Moviecamera
SchoolsScreening: WomenontheVerge ofaNervousBreakdown15
27 November Womenonthe VergeofaNervous Breakdown15
Almodovars' black comedy-drama will be introduced by Dr Tom Whittaker, Lecturer in Film and Hispanic Studies at the University of Liverpool.
Pedro Almoldovar / 1988 / 90 mins – For GCSE / A Level Modern Foreign Language students – Image Still from Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown
10am/TheBox/£4per student,teachersFREE Booking essential, contact anna.kronenburg@fact. co.uk
10am/TheBox/£4per student,teachersFREE Booking essential, contact anna.kronenburg@fact. co.uk
This exhibition charts tenantspin’s history, and celebrates how it led the way for FACT’s community programme working with older people and technology.
24 October – 24 November
Atrium/FREE – Image tenantspin
Our annual showcase of Liverpool-based artists is back! This year, Turner Prize winning artist Mark Leckey has curated the selection of short films submitted by Liverpool based filmmakers.
FamilyProgramme: Lo-ﬁEffectsandIllusions Inspired by the techniques used in Echo, you’ll have the chance to experiment with building lo-fi ‘Peppers Ghost’ prototypes for iPad!
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ExhibitionRelatedEvents 6.30pm/TheBox/£5£4 (Members & concs) – Image Liverpool Film Night 2013
12pm–4pm/Café/FREE (drop in to take part) – Image Peppers Ghost Prototype
Project:Headspace Take part in a photography experience with Alder Hey, designed to collect and establish a comprehensive database of human headshapes for use by surgeons practising lifeenhancing craniofacial surgery.
Event:TheArtoftheSurgeon As part of Headspace, award winning surgeon Christian Duncan will use prosthetic skulls to demonstrate the most advanced techniques currently being used in craniofacial surgery. Followed by Q&A session.
Tuesday - Sundays – Until 1 December
12pm–6pm/FACTAtrium FREE(drop in to take part) – Image Headspace photograph Developed by Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, in collaboration with FACT and the hospital’s associate artists.
2pm–4pm/TheBox/ FREE Check out theheadspaceproject.co.uk for more events – Image Craniofacial demonstration
A special Halloween performance of Ryan Jordan’s Possession Trance followed by a screening of silent Norwegian horror Haxan with live soundtrack by Bronnt Industries Kapital.
8pm/TheBox/£6£5 (Members & concs) – Image Still from Haxan
FACT are proud to present the first major UK retrospective of the artist and filmmaker Mark Boulos. The exhibition includes Echo, an ambitious new work commissioned and produced by Forma in association with FACT, which allows you to encounter an uncanny video reflection of yourself.
Film:TheEleventhYearU withlivesoundtrack One of Vertov’s montage-driven documentaries, The Eleventh Year displays the feats of Soviet technology and construction. Accompanied by an immersive live soundtrack by Barquentines.
Film:LandofSilence andDarknessU Herzog’s moving documentary explores the world of Fini Strabinger, a deaf and blind woman who dedicates her life to helping others with similar afflictions.
6 November TheEleventhYearU
6.30pm/TheBox/£6£5 (Members & concs)
Dziga Vertov / 1928 / 52 mins
13 November LandofSilence andDarkness Werner Herzog / 1971 / 83 mins
6.30pm/TheBox/£6£5 (Members & concs) – Image Still from Land of Silence and Darkness
FREEEntry Sun – Fri: 12pm – 6pm Sat: 11am – 6pm
This installation combines scientific research with innovative camera techniques, such as Hitchcock’s vertigo-inducing ‘contra zoom’, to produce a three-dimensional, disembodying effect, visible to the naked eye. Boulos has also chosen to show three of his earlier pieces which explore the possibilities, and limitations, of documentary filmmaking.
Image Still from The Eleventh Year
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Imagesabove All that Is Solid Melts into Air, Mark Boulos. 2008 – No Permanent Address, Mark Boulos, 2010 – Imageleft Echo, installation at FACT, Mark Boulos, 2013
Echo is commissioned and produced by Forma in association with FACT. Supported by the Wellcome Trust, Stanley Thomas Johnson Foundation, Pro Helvetia, Mondriaan Fund and Arts Council England. Presented as part of Abandon Normal Devices 2013.
MarkMurphy Programme Technician What'sthebestthingaboutFACT? The extremely diverse projects going on here! In my first month I've worked on a set of cross continental live streaming binoculars, an augmented 360 degree drawing workshop linked with Montreal and a hacked knitting machine.
What'smakingyouexcitedatthe moment? (atFACT) I’m looking forward to our last exhibition of the year, Time & Motion: Redefining Working Life. It’s shaping up to be a huge exhibition that will make us rethink our relationship with work. Whowouldbeyourcollaborationdreamteam? Probably someone like Robert Lepage and Bedwyr Williams. Robert created and directed one of the most spectacular pieces of theatre I've seen called Kà in it's own custom built venue in Las Vegas. Bedwyr is a performance artist who represented Wales in this year’s Venice Biennale. I think the combination would produce an incredible visual feast that I'd be first in the queue for. Tellus....(afact,asecretorajoke) The total weight of all the ants in the world is about the same, if not more than the weight of all the humans on the earth. Seriously. Thanks to Google for this.
Image: Echo, installation at FACT, Mark Boulos, 2013
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