6 June â€“ 10 July 2014
Film, Art and Creative Technology Featuring: Science Fiction: New Death / Biennial 2014 / Liverpool Arab Arts Festival / Artist Film / Neurocinema / FLUX / The Best of Independent Cinema from Picturehouse Image Cold in July
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Don’t miss your last chance to experience the dystopian landscape of the future in Science Fiction: New Death. The Liverpool Biennial returns to the city and we are very excited to be hosting Sharon Lockhart’s first UK solo exhibition. We’ve got a series of unique film events coming up this month including Mission to Lars, showing as part of the Neurocinema series. Our new app, In Hand, is now available to download, see page 34 for more information. FACT’s young people’s programme Freehand are looking for new members for some exciting new projects. On our screens, Fruitvale Station follows the true events that lead to the tragic shooting of 22-year-old Oscar Grant by a police officer in Oakland, California. Our Science Fiction season concludes this month with Aliens and classic 80’s B-Movie They Live.
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Helena Bonham Carter plays matriarch to an eccentric family in The Young and Prestigious T.S. Spivet, Clint Eastwood brings musical stage smash Jersey Boys to life on the big screen, and French romance Bright Days Ahead sees retiree Caroline straying from her husband for a younger man. After a successful run at Flare BFI, London’s LGBT film fest, the highly regarded Lilting sees Ben Whishaw as a lover in mourning.
From 5 July
Liverpool Biennial 2014
See Page 15 Image: Sharon Lockhart, Pódworka, 2009, courtesy of the artist
From 6 June
From 13 June
From 13 June
Jimmy’s Hall (12A)
Fruitvale Sation (15)
T. S. Spivet (Cert TBC)
Venus in Fur (15)
3D / 2D Director Ken Loach Starring Barry Ward, Simone Kirby, Andrew Scott UK/Ireland 2014 109 mins
The true story of social activist Jimmy Gralton’s mission to energise a rural community in 1930s Ireland by opening a dance hall is told by Ken Loach and writer Paul Laverty (LOOKING FOR ERIC) with their trademark bittersweet vigour. Contains strong language and moderate violence.
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Director Ryan Coogler Starring Michael B. Jordan, Melonie Diaz USA 2013 85 mins
We already know the ending of Ryan Coogler’s assured debut because the events on which it is based made headlines in 2009. A young black man, Oscar Grant (Jordan), got into a fight aboard a San Francisco commuter train, and whilst lying prone on the platform restrained by police officers, he was shot dead by one of them. The event sparked both peaceful and violent protests, and the outrage is echoed in Coogler’s affecting yet grounded film about justice in an unjust world.
Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet Starring Kyle Catlett, Helena Bonham Carter, Judy Davis France/ Canada 2013 TBC mins
When ten-year-old science prodigy T. S. Spivet wins an award from the Smithsonian for his perpetual motion machine, he leaves his eccentric Montana family behind and absconds to Washington aboard a freight train. His adventures en route, and his celebrity status once there, shed alternately comical, touching and revealing light on human frailties. Writer-director Jeunet (Micmacs, Amelie) invests this delightful film with his hallmark idiosyncrasies and visual panache.
Director Roman Polanski Starring Mathieu Amalric, Emmanuelle Seigner France/Poland 2013 96 mins French with English subtitles
Polanski serves up this witty and seductive chamber piece based on David Ives’ Tony Award-winning play. Venus In Fur is a head-spinning dive into a world of sex and power, where the line between acting and reality is dangerously blurred. Theatre director Thomas (Amalric) is struggling to cast the dominatrix lead in his production of the notorious Sacher-Masoch novella of the title. As if on cue, the abrasive Vanda (Seigner) arrives to audition, casting an intoxicating spell on him that spirals into a power-play beyond the stage. (Alliance Française)
Film From 20 June
From 20 June
Bright Days Ahead
Jersey Boys (15)
(15) Director Marion Vernoux Starring Fanny Ardant, Laurent Lafitte, Patrick Chesnais France 2013 94 mins French with English subtitles
Director Clint Eastwood Starring John Lloyd Young, Erich Bergen, Christopher Walken USA 2014 134 mins
When dentist Caroline retires, her daughters pack her off to a string of banal evening classes. Luckily one of them is run by Julien, a handsome 30-something with an eye for the ladies – including older ones. With Fanny Ardant giving a standout lead performance, this funny and thought-provoking tale of one woman’s rather enjoyable late-life crisis is as refreshing as it is entertaining
Having previously brought jazz, country ’n’ western and the blues to the screen, Eastwood now takes on 1960s pop. Distinguished by the tingling falsetto of Frankie Valli (Lloyd Young, reprising his Broadway role), The Four Seasons had a string of international hits. This vibrant biopic is based squarely on the hit stage musical, with Christopher Walken playing the mobster who tries to muscle in on the act’s success.
From 27 June
Cold in July (Cert TBC) Director Jim Mickle Starring Michael C. Hall, Sam Shepherd, Don Johnson USA/France 2014 TBC mins
Placid Texan Richard Dane (Hall, TV’s Dexter) kills a burglar in selfdefence. The burglar’s father, Russel (Shepherd), is fresh out of jail, and unsettling scenes ensue as he menaces the Dane family. But when swaggering private eye-cum-pig
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farmer Jim Bob Luke (Don Johnson) rolls up, the story takes some tense twists and turns as he, Russel and Dane form an uneasy alliance to uncover corruption on a horrific scale.
From 27 June
Director Jon Favreau Starring Jon Favreau, Robert Downey Jnr, Scarlett Johansson, Dustin Hoffman, John Leguizamo, Oliver Platt USA 2014 114 mins
LA chef Carl Casper (Favreau) was once hailed as a culinary wunderkind, but now finds himself dispensing the same slick fare night after night, his creativity stifled. When a critic tweets a scathing review, Carl explodes in an outpouring of rage that goes viral. Mouthwatering foodie scenes are matched by touching comedy drama in this deceptively profound story of family, friendship and artistic integrity.
From 4 July
Lilting (Cert TBC) Director Hong Khaou Starring Ben Whishaw, Pei-Pei Cheng, Peter Bowles UK 2014 TBC mins
When his lover Kai (Andrew Leung) dies, Richard (Whishaw, Skyfall) and Junn, Kaiâ€™s Chinese-Cambodian mother (Cheng, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon), share their grief. Junn is hampered by her lack of English, while Richard is forced to
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hide the fact that her son was gay, but the pair gradually develop a bond. Hong Khaouâ€™s touching debut feature boasts especially magnetic performances by its two leads.
Film From 4 July
From 4 July
The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed out the Window and Disappeared (15)
A Hard Day’s Night (U)
Director Felix Herngren Starring Robert Gustafsson, Iwar Wiklander, Mia Skäringer, Alan Ford Sweden 2013 114 mins Swedish with English subtitles
This dark Scandinavian comedy is a succession of absurd chance encounters interlaced with bizarre, Zelig-like flashbacks. Allan Karlsson, played with subtle relish by the distinguished Gustafsson, bumbles his way from a nursing home into a seedy criminal netherworld, with a deliciously typecast Alan Ford (Snatch) as an enraged villain determined to recover the loot Karlsson has inadvertently appropriated.
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Director Richard Lester Starring The Beatles UK 1964 88 mins
Richard Lester’s remarkably fresh Beatles semi-documentary captures The Beatles on the road to megastardom with screaming girls on every corner. A Hard Day’s Night stylishly gives a real sense of Sixties London whilst presenting the Fab Four in all their irreverent glory.
Boyhood (Cert TBC) Director XXXXXXXXXXX Starring XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX USA/Germany/ UK 2013 122 mins
Until 15 June
Science Fiction: New Death
Galleries 1, 2 & Public Spaces / FREE Entry / Tue – Sun / 11am – 6pm
‘The year’s most thought-provoking exhibition’ SFX
‘Science and technology is helping us live longer, but it could also be the death of us, and this collection looks at how the two fields shape our lives now, and how they might in the future.’ We Heart
‘It’s this kind of event that re-establishes what a genre can be, deconstructing its conventions and coming out with something new, something better.’ Starburst Magazine Image: The Kazimier, Exhibition Design. Installation at FACT
‘Unlike any exhibition you’ll have experienced before’ Arcfinity
Science Fiction: New Death is curated by Omar Kholeif and Mike Stubbs. Based on new writing by China Miéville.
#NewDeath Artists: Zach Blas, James Bridle, Close & Remote, Petra Gemeinboeck & Rob Saunders, Jae Rhim Lee, Mark Leckey, Karen Mirza and Brad Butler, Laurence Payot, Sascha Pohflepp, Jon Rafman, Larissa Sansour, Dario Solman and Ryan Trecartin. @FACT_Liverpool
Specials Exhibition Related Films
Our Science Fiction season concludes with two of the best sci-fi movies ever made
They Live (18)
Director John Carpenter 1988 93mins
Director James Cameron 1986 148mins
A mixture of sci-fi shocker and horror, this 50s throwback is Carpenter’s homage to the B-Movie. It is the film responsible for the classic line: “I have come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass...and I’m all out of bubblegum…”
The only survivor of the Nostromo, Ripley is discovered in a deep sleep half a century later by a salvage ship. When she is taken back to Earth, she learns that a human colony was founded on the same planet where the aliens were first found.
8.30pm / Screen 3 / £9.50, £7.50 (Members & concs)
8.30pm / Screen 3 / £9.50, £7.50 (Members & concs)
5 July – 26 October
Liverpool Biennial 2014: Sharon Lockhart Galleries 1, 2 & Public Spaces / FREE
This is the first UK solo exhibition by American filmmaker and fine artist Sharon Lockhart who is known for exploring social subject matter in provocative ways. At FACT she will present her 2009 film Pódworka which documents the playtime of the Polish children who use the courtyards of their hometown Lodz as their playgrounds. 0871 902 5726
During this exhibition, Lockhart will also produce a new film, commissioned by Liverpool Biennial, FACT and Kadist, San Francisco, a collaborative process involving young people and educators and resulting in a manifesto celebrating the often-disregarded voices of children. Part of A Needle Walks into a Haystack, the 8th Liverpool Biennial Exhibition. Image: Sharon Lockhart, Pódworka, 2009, courtesy of the artist @FACT_Liverpool
Events Liverpool Arab Arts Festival 9 June
Double Bill 7pm / The Box / £6, £5 (Members & concs)
CROP (U) Director Johanna Domke & Marouan Omara 2013 49mins
Filmed within the offices of the country’s largest state-run newspaper, the film is a series of tableaux that expose the institution’s inner workings and the strict control of information.
Winter of Discontent (15)
Director Hany Abu-Assad 2013 96mins
Omar is a thoughtful young baker in love with Nadia (Leem Lubany). When he agrees to go with Nadia’s brother Tarek (Ehab Hourani), a senior militant, and their mutual friend Amjad (Samer Bisharat) on a mission to kill an Israeli soldier, it’s partly to gain Tarek’s respect so that he can ask for Nadia’s hand in marriage.
Director Ibrahim El-Batout 2012 96minss
Meet individuals involved in the 2011 uprising, a tortured dissident, a news presenter, a journalist and a secret policeman. Dark, fascinating, and not for the faint hearted.
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But that act of violence soon spirals out of control: Omar is arrested and tortured by Israeli forces, who attempt to turn him into a collaborator and informant. Abu-Assad uses this tense set-up to fashion an ingenious twist on Othello that packs an unforgettable sting in the tail. 7pm / The Box / £6, £5 (Members & concs)
Specials Thursday 3 July
20th Anniversary: Pulp Fiction (18) Director Quentin Tarantino Starring John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson, Uma Thurman, Bruce Willis, Harvey Keitel USA 1994 154 mins
Monday 9 June, 6.15pm
Now: In the Wings on a World Stage Plus live satellite Q&A with Kevin Spacey Kevin Spacey, Sam Mendes and the Bridge Project Company go on the road in Now: In the Wings on a World Stage. In more than 200 performances across three continents, Kevin and the troupe reveal some of the most intimate moments behind the scenes of their staging of Shakespeareâ€™s tragedy Richard
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III. Their story weaves around, and reflects on, excerpts from the play, and provides a great opportunity for those who have never experienced Spacey on stage to witness his immersive and captivating interpretation of Richard III.
To some it is a flashy, gratuitously violent triumph of style over content, to others it is the film that confirmed Tarantino as one of the most distinguished and talented contemporary American directors. It is undeniably a superbly written, complex, ultra-violent, almost unbearably tense and often hilarious thriller with an outstanding cast and some surprising performances, most notably from John Travolta. Drawing his inspiration from the lurid lowlife characters found in the cheap yellow-paged crime novels of the 1930s and 40s, Tarantino develops the narrative structure he used in Reservoir Dogs; here intricate crosscutting and flashbacks are used to weave together three tales of smalltime criminal life in LA.
Vintage Sundays 8 June, 6pm
15 June, 1pm
22 June, 6pm
12 Angry Men (U)
Fathers’ Day Special: The Godfather (15)
Dirty Rear Window West Side Dancing (12A) (PG) Story (PG)
Director Sidney Lumet Starring Martin Balsam, Henry Fonda, Lee J. Cobb USA 1957 92 mins
Director Francis Ford Coppola Starring Marlon Brando, Al Pacino USA 1972 175 mins
Director Emile Ardolino Starring Patrick Swayze, Jennifer Grey USA 1987 100 mins
A Puerto Rican youth is on trial for murder. Eleven of the jurors vote for conviction, but the 12th (Fonda) bravely holds out for justice in this gripping legal drama.
By almost any criterion, this is the most important American film of the 1970s: a subversive saga of family values, and an epic account of organised crime.
29 Jun, 6pm
Nobody puts Baby in a corner! In this rock ’n’ roll treat, teenager Baby Houseman goes on holiday with her parents and gets swept off her feet by a dance instructor.
Director Alfred Hitchcock Starring James Stewart, Grace Kelly USA 1954 114 mins.
Confined to his apartment with a broken leg, a photographer (Stewart) becomes voyeuristically obsessed with his neighbours – one of whom he thinks is a murderer.
Contains moderate violence.
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6 July, 1pm
Directors Robert Wise, Jerome Robbins Starring Natalie Wood, Richard Beymer, Russ Tamblyn USA 1961 151 mins
The lovely Natalie Wood stars in the heartbreaking role of Maria in this magnificent film of star-crossed lovers, Latin-American tensions and steamy city life. One of the few musicals to win the Best Picture Oscar, West Side Story remains a thrilling experience.
Unlike England’s prospects in the World Cup, you can be sure of a summer of entertainment at the Picturehouse, with our mix of previews of great new films, summery classics and exciting music events.
Picturehouse Exclusive Previews Sun 8 Jun, 6pm
Music Sat 7 Jun, 5.30pm
Pulp (12A) 90 mins.
T. S. Spivet (Cert TBC) TBC mins
plus Live Satellite Q&A with Jarvis Cocker from Sheffield Doc/Fest
Sun 15 Jun
Sat 14 Jun, 6.30pm
Members’ Free Preview
Bright Days Ahead (15)
Thu 26 Jun
Cold in July (Cert TBC) TBC mins.
Mistaken for Strangers (Cert TBC) TBC mins. plus Live Satellite Q&A with Tom and Matt Berninger Mon 7 Jul, 8.00pm
A Hard Day’s Night (U) 88 mins.
Sun 6 Jul
Boyhood (Cert TBC) TBC mins.
Vintage Sundays Summer Specials See pages 14-15 for details
Culture Shock Sat 5 Jul, 8pm
Mad Max 1 & 2 (18) 91 mins + 96 mins.
Discover stunning cinema. Whether it’s a cult classic, an art-house gem or a riveting documentary, there will always be a chance to see something different and brilliant in our weekly slot.
A complimentary Jameson & Ginger Ale with every ticket purchased for Discover Tuesdays (terms and conditions apply)
10 June, 6pm
17 June, 7pm
24 June, 6pm
1 July, 6pm
8 July, 6pm
Common People (12A)
ENO Live: Terry Gilliam’s Benvenuto Cellini
An Episode in the Life of an Iron Picker
The Man Whose Mind Exploded
Directors Stewart Alexander, Kerry Skinner Starring Sam Kelly, Diana Payan UK 2013 89 mins
Director Terry Gilliam Starring Michael Spyres, Corinne Winters, Willard White 190 mins approx
Director Danis Tanovic Bosnia and Herzegovina/ France/Slovenia/Italy 2013 74 mins Bosnian and Romani with English subtitles
Director Toby Amies UK 2012 TBC mins
This bittersweet British comedy is the dramatic, funny and sometimes magical tale of six strangers whose lives become intertwined when they encounter an escaped parrot.
Berlioz’s opera, a tale of thwarted love, elopement, intrigue, disguise, mistaken identity, secular merrymaking and sacred ceremony, is spectacularly forged anew by director Terry Gilliam and ENO Music Director Edward Gardner.
Contains infrequent strong language and moderate sex references.
Oscar-winner Tanovic (No Man’s Land) focuses on a Roma family in BosniaHerzegovina. When Senada has a miscarriage, husband Nazif can’t afford her healthcare. The dire consequences throw into stark focus the plight of Roma people. Contains strong language and references to wartime atrocities.
Drako Zarharzar was once a muse for Dalí, Jarman and Warhol. Now robbed by amnesia of his capacity to create new memories, he pieces his days together from notes and mementos that hang from the ceiling. This film is a voyage into Drako’s world.
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(Cert TBC) Director Antony Chen Starring Chen Tianwen, Yeo Yann Yann, Angeli Bayani, Koh Jia Ler Singapore 2013 99 mins Mandarin and Tagalog with English subtitles
Winner of the Camera d’Or at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, this intimate and exquisitely acted drama focuses on a family hit hard by Asia’s 1997 financial crisis, who form a close bond with their Filipino maid. Contains infrequent strong language, a suicide scene and mild violence.
Screen Arts Royal Albert Hall
Full price £20, Members £13, Concessions £15
Live: Full price £17.50 / Members £13 / Concessions £14 Weekday Encores before 5pm: Full price £13 /
Friday 6 June, 7.45pm
Live D-Day: 70 Years on 245 mins approx
Members £10 / Concessions £11
Thursday 12 June, 7pm
Live A Small Family Business
Full price £20 / Members £13 / Concessions £15
Thursday 17 June, 12pm
Sunday 8 June, 4.30pm
Live Der Rosenkavalier 245 mins approx
Sunday 6 July, 4pm
Captured Live Don Giovanni 245 mins approx
245 mins approx (image)
Encore A Small Family Business 245 mins approx (image)
English National Opera Full price £20, Members £13, Concessions £15
Tuesday 17 June, 7pm
Live Terry Gilliam's Benvenuto Cellini 245 mins approx
Royal Shakespeare Company Live: Full price £20 / Members £13 / Concessions £15 Weekday Encores before 5pm: Full price £13 / Members £10 / Concessions £11
Wednesday 18 June, 7pm
Live Henry IV Part 2 245 mins approx
Tuesday 24 June, 12pm
Encore Henry IV Part 2 245 mins approx
Royal Opera House Full price £20, Members £13, Concessions £15
Tuesday 24 June, 6.45pm
Live Manon Lescaut 245 mins approx
Trafalgar Studios Full price £15,Members £12, Concessions £13
Thursday 26 June, 8.30pm
Ghosts by Henrik Ibsen 245 mins approx 0871 902 5737
Events Artist Film 18 June
Selected 4 (18)
Both Sides Now (18)
8.45pm / The Box / £4, £3 (Members & concs)
6.30pm / The Box / £4, £3 (Members & concs)
Chosen by the artists shortlisted for the Film London Jarman Award 2014, Selected is a new collection of artists’ film and video that celebrates unconventionality and risk. Selected is produced by FLAMIN and videoclub.
A new collection of short artists’ film and video from China, curated by Hong Kong film and media agency Videotage, in collaboration with videoclub. Including work by Mak Chi Hang, Ellen Pau and Complaint Choir of Hong Kong.
Neuro Cinema: Mission to Lars (12A) Director James Moore, William Spicer 2012 74mins
Autism and Obsession. Obsession and Rock’n’Roll. Tom can’t think about anything else: he needs to meet Metallica’s drummer, Lars Ulrich. And then out of the blue, he’s on the road trip of a lifetime...
Neuro Cinema movies take you in to the minds of those affected by neurological condition’s such as Tom and his autism. They are accompanied by a short talk from Professor Gus A Baker, Consultant Neuropsychologist at The Walton Centre, who will introduce the screening. 6pm / The Box / £6.50
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Community & Learning 17 July – 2 August
Flux Liverpool A pioneering arts festival engineered by young people. 23 July – 24 July
Connectivity 12pm – 5pm each day / The Box / FREE (drop in)
FACT’s resident group of emerging young artists Freehand Connects present an exhibition of their own work. From painting, to photography and film, explore Liverpool’s future creative landscape and meet the talented young artists who are shaping it.
31 July – 2 August
FLAG Film Festival
FACT’s young people’s programmes, Freehand is designed to support 13 – 25 year olds develop skills in a range of areas including filmmaking, digital art and technology.
12pm – 6pm each day / Throughout FACT / FREE
Delve into a festival of alternative cinema from around the world, featuring special screenings and talks as well as opportunities to get hands-on experience. If you are a young filmmaker, submit your film and it could be screened on the big screen as part of a showcase of local talent! 0151 707 4464
Their programme includes, Freehand Film for young people aged between 13 and 19. The group meet every fortnight and are currently organising a young people’s film festival as part of FLUX. fact.co.uk
Freehand Connects is a group of 16 to 25 year olds who are interested in our artistic programme. The group collaborate with FACT’s team to plan, create and deliver workshops and events to complement FACT’s exhibition programme. If you would like to find out more about Freehand and get involved, please email email@example.com @FACT_Liverpool
Clubs and Groups Saturday Mornings
Tuesdays and Thursdays before 5pm
Silver Screen Club
Games and activities from 10.30am Film starts at 11am
A club for the over-60s Annual membership is FREE, and members’ tickets are £4.50 including a tea or coffee and biscuits.
Annual membership £4 Tickets £1.50 / Non-members £3.50
Autism-Friendly Screenings Film starts at 11.30am For people on the autism spectrum and their familes, friends and carers. Tickets £3 No concessions or free tickets for support workers Kids’ Club note: Parents may leave children over eight alone in screenings but should be aware that the cinema is not providing any official childcare. We do, however, take special precautions for Kids’ Club screenings to provide as safe an environment as possible for younger audiences. These include increased staffing and ensuring that customers over 18 are not admitted to the screening unless they are accompanying a child. If you leave your children in the cinema please be there on time to collect them at the end of the film.
Film starts at 11am Designed to introduce pre-school children to the big screen. 7 June / 8 June
103 mins (image above and top)
14 June / 15 June
Khumba: A Zebra’s Tale (U) 85 mins
21 June / 22 June
The King and the Mockingbird (U)
Tickets £3, accompanying adults FREE when you join Toddler Time (membership FREE). All shows are approximately 30 mins long.
28 June / 29 June
24 June Bagpuss 4
1 July Poppy Cat 4
Totoro (U) Rio 2 (U)
8 July Timmy Time 11
Big Scream Film starts at 11am Doors open at 10.30am By joining Big Scream parents can visit our cinema without having to find a babysitter or worry about their baby disturbing others. Membership is FREE, for two people per baby, valid until the baby’s first birthday. Ticket £6 for Big Scream members.
6 & 12 June
Fruitvale Station (15) 85 mins 13 & 19 June
T. S. Spivet (Cert TBC) TBC mins 20 & 26 June
Olly the Little White Van 8
5 July / 6 July
Fridays and Thursdays
Jersey Boys (15) 134 mins 27 June & 3 July
Cold in July (Cert TBC) TBC mins 4 & 10 July
Lilting (Cert TBC) TBC mins
Community & Learning Available Now
In Hand is a new app co created by young people, for young people. It is a simple, digital friend that promotes mental well-being and offers support through some of those difficult moments that we all face.
£200 + VAT per person / £175 + VAT if booking 2 or more places / 10am – 5pm
iPad Filmmaking for teachers
In Hand is available to download for free now from iTunes and the Google Play store.
Has your school recently invested in iPads for either students or staff? Would you like to make the most of this new and exciting technology? Learn how to use iPads to run filmmaking projects both in and out of the classroom. Places are limited. For more information or to book a place contact Anna Kronenburg at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 0151 707 4417
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