Screening Film

Tag: sci-fi

Week in Film: beauty, brutalism and Bela Lugosi

Yorkshire-based film programmer and event organiser LIFFlaura looks ahead to the next week in film – from swooning teenagers to 1950s wooden zombies, it’s all there in the mix.

This Week in Film: Bad Hair and Bad Film

A double helping of science fiction horror, along with some coming of age drama and community spirit. Moved to tears and scared to death.

Screening Highlights – Long distance blade runners and Soviet-Cuban style

A rare screening of Cuban delight, the latest iteration of Ridley Scott’s class ic sci-fi, and a another great documentary from Dogwoof

SCREENING HIGHLIGHTS 22/12 – Cable Cars and Film Noirs

This week’s picks are by freelance writer and editor of Art in Liverpool, Sinead Nunes. Cultural commentator and lover of literary thrillers, this film enthusiast also has a penchant for 1940s noir. Manakamana Monday 22 December FACT, 88 Wood Street, Liverpool L1 4DQ From the creators of 2014 documentary Leviathan, which explored corruption in a small Russian town, […]

Screening Highlights: 29/9 – Watch the Skies!

As Scalarama comes to a close, it bows out with a flurry of fantastic screenings and a final farewell party, before three new festivals appear on the horizon, creating perhaps the most epic weekend of event cinema the North has ever seen. ================ PSYCHOTRONIC CINEMA presents LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT (35MM) – Tue 30th […]

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