Watch ‘The Knife That Killed Me’ movie in a truly unique way on the 50-screen media wall at the Museum of Science & Industry in Manchester. A live Q&A with the movies directors will be screened afterwards.
Not only is the event FREE but there will also be FREE beer & pizza for all attendees to celebrate the screening! (ID required)
Doors at 6.30pm with the film starting at 7pm sharp.
This event is limited to capacity of 150 people and will operate on a first come first serve basis. Guestlist tickets can be reserved by RSVP – firstname.lastname@example.org
The screening is part of the films Multiplatform Premiere. Alongside the Manchester venue, the film is being screened simultaneously at two other venues – in Bradford and London – and to a global audience online.
‘The Knife That Killed Me’ is a journey through the memories of teenager Paul Varderman (played by actor Jack McMullen, Waterloo Road, Seamonsters) as he reflects on the events leading to the fatal moment his life is cut short. The film has a distinctive visual style to illustrate the story by utilising green screen and Visual Effect filmmaking technology in an unconventional manner.