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Our Brochure for May and June features The Art of Pop Video, Can you hear me? I can see you?, Turning FACT Inside Out, Star-Gazing and much more from Picturehouse at FACT including Prom-Com, Star Trek, The Stone Roses and an exclusive Studio Ghibli double bill

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  • /PicturehouseatFACT @FACT_Cinema

    10 May - 20 June 2013

    www.picturehouses.co.uk 0871 902 5737

  • FACT88 Wood StLiverpoolL1 4DQfact.co.uk

    Opening TimesCentreSeven days a weekBox Office30mins before the firstfilm of the dayBar15mins before the firstfilm of the dayCafeMon Fri: 9am 9pmSat: 10.30am 9pmSun: 11am 9pm

    Find FACTBy busThe nearest bus stopsare Berry St, Paradise Stand Hardman StBy bikeOn-street bike parking is available five metresfrom the FACT entranceBy trainA 12 minute walk fromLime St StationBy carThere are car parks on Seel St, Paradise Stand Hanover St

    Programme correct at time ofgoing to press; please checklistings before your visit.

    Charity registration No. 702781Company Limited byGuarantee Registration No. 2391543

    Film Informationand BookingFor more informationabout the Picturehousefilm programme, or tobook call 0871 902 5737(lines open 9.30am 8.30pm) or visitpicturehouses.co.uk

    When you see this symbolthe film is featured in thePicturehouse Recommendsmagazine. Pick up acopy in the cinema.Please note: The managementreserves the right to cancel or alter the programme inexceptional circumstances.Please check your ticketscarefully as mistakes cannotbe rectified later. Film starttimes may vary, particularly withspecial screenings, which maynot be preceded by advertsor trailers. Please arrive ontime. Latecomers can spoilthe enjoyment of others andare admitted at the managersdiscretion. Admission issubject to our Terms ofAdmission, available on request.

    FACT InformationFor information aboutthe FACT building,exhibitions, booking agroup tour, accessibilityor hiring a space call0151 707 4464 visitfact.co.uk or emailinfo@fact.co.uk

    ART

    FILM

    If you havent seen our exhibition The Art ofPop Video yet make sure you pop in before26 May to discover over 100 music videomasterpieces. Coming up next is an artisttakeover of the building and beyond forTurning FACT Inside Out, which promises to be literally ground-breaking.

    We have some fantastic projects happeningincluding technology workshops with shelteredhousing residents which will be showcased in an exhibition this May, plus our residentgroup of military veterans have been busycreating film and photography projects. Findout more about these projects, and how youcan help us bring people, art and technologytogether in the pull-out section of this brochure.

    Our cinema screens are packed with bigreleases this season including JJ Abramssecond Star Trek installment which visuallysurpasses even his first. Baz Lurhmannbrings us his glorious 3D adaptation of classicjazz-era novel The Great Gatsby. Romanticcomedy Populaire combines the charm of The Artist with the period feel of Mad Men.Acclaimed filmmaker Shane Meadows bringshis unique style, and emotional depth toStone Roses documentary Made of Stone.Plus super-hero season continues with Man of Steel in all his flying finery.

    Vintage Sundays and Discover Tuesdayscontinue, and we are delighted to becelebrating 25 years of Studio Ghibli with a very special double bill presentation.

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    SEEL ST

    PARR ST

    DUKE ST

    BOLD ST

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    WOOD ST

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    FACT Brochure 3.7_3_Layout 1 26/04/2013 18:26 Page 1

    FACT88 Wood StLiverpoolL1 4DQfact.co.uk

    Opening TimesCentreSeven days a weekBox Office30mins before the firstfilm of the dayBar15mins before the firstfilm of the dayCafeMon Fri: 9am 9pmSat: 10.30am 9pmSun: 11am 9pm

    Find FACTBy busThe nearest bus stopsare Berry St, Paradise Stand Hardman StBy bikeOn-street bike parking is available five metresfrom the FACT entranceBy trainA 12 minute walk fromLime St StationBy carThere are car parks on Seel St, Paradise Stand Hanover St

    Programme correct at time ofgoing to press; please checklistings before your visit.

    Charity registration No. 702781Company Limited byGuarantee Registration No. 2391543

    Film Informationand BookingFor more informationabout the Picturehousefilm programme, or tobook call 0871 902 5737(lines open 9.30am 8.30pm) or visitpicturehouses.co.uk

    When you see this symbolthe film is featured in thePicturehouse Recommendsmagazine. Pick up acopy in the cinema.Please note: The managementreserves the right to cancel or alter the programme inexceptional circumstances.Please check your ticketscarefully as mistakes cannotbe rectified later. Film starttimes may vary, particularly withspecial screenings, which maynot be preceded by advertsor trailers. Please arrive ontime. Latecomers can spoilthe enjoyment of others andare admitted at the managersdiscretion. Admission issubject to our Terms ofAdmission, available on request.

    FACT InformationFor information aboutthe FACT building,exhibitions, booking agroup tour, accessibilityor hiring a space call0151 707 4464 visitfact.co.uk or emailinfo@fact.co.uk

    ART

    FILM

    If you havent seen our exhibition The Art ofPop Video yet make sure you pop in before26 May to discover over 100 music videomasterpieces. Coming up next is an artisttakeover of the building and beyond forTurning FACT Inside Out, which promises to be literally ground-breaking.

    We have some fantastic projects happeningincluding technology workshops with shelteredhousing residents which will be showcased in an exhibition this May, plus our residentgroup of military veterans have been busycreating film and photography projects. Findout more about these projects, and how youcan help us bring people, art and technologytogether in the pull-out section of this brochure.

    Our cinema screens are packed with bigreleases this season including JJ Abramssecond Star Trek installment which visuallysurpasses even his first. Baz Lurhmannbrings us his glorious 3D adaptation of classicjazz-era novel The Great Gatsby. Romanticcomedy Populaire combines the charm of The Artist with the period feel of Mad Men.Acclaimed filmmaker Shane Meadows bringshis unique style, and emotional depth toStone Roses documentary Made of Stone.Plus super-hero season continues with Man of Steel in all his flying finery.

    Vintage Sundays and Discover Tuesdayscontinue, and we are delighted to becelebrating 25 years of Studio Ghibli with a very special double bill presentation.

    FLEET ST

    SEEL ST

    PARR ST

    DUKE ST

    BOLD ST

    CHURCH

    ST

    WOOD ST

    PARK LANE

    HANOVER ST

    WHITECHAPEL

    BERRY ST

    HOPE STHOPE ST

    RANELAG

    H ST

    MOUNT PLEASAN

    T

    BROWNLO

    W HILL

    COPPERAS HILL

    RENSHA

    W ST

    LIME S

    T

    UPPER DUKE ST

    HARDMAN ST / A5039

    < M62

    PARADISE

    ST

    WAPPING / A5063

    CENTRAL STATION

    LIME ST STATION

    FACT Brochure 3.7_3_Layout 1 26/04/2013 18:26 Page 1

    From 10 May Star trek into darkneSS (Cert TBC) 3d/2d director: J. J. abrams. Starring: Zachary Quinto, Benedict Cumberbatch, Chris Pine, Simon Pegg. USa 2013. tBC mins.

    Opening as Spock (Quinto) battles to stop a volcano on the planet Nibiru from destroying the Enterprise, Abrams second STAR TREK outing visually out-stuns even his first. But Abrams knows better than simply to gorge on CGI, and with Cumberbatch as the heinous villain, plus many old hands back on board, hes built a narrative spine thats as robust and complex as the Enterprise itself.

    From 10 May GiMMe the loot 5 director: adam leon. Starring: tashiana Washington, ty hickson, Joshua rivera, Zo lescaze. USa 2012. 79 mins.

    Graffiti artists Malcolm (Hickson) and Sofia (Washington) plan an audacious tag at Shea Stadium, but need $500 to bribe their way in. Featuring highly talented newcomers, this absorbing, consistently amusing film follows their increasingly desperate efforts, which involve dope-dealing, a jewellery heist, and a spoilt little rich girl (Lescaze).

    From 17 May MUd 2A director: Jeff nichols. Starring: Matthew McConaughey, reese Witherspoon, tye Sheridan, Jacob lofland. USa 2012. 130 mins.

    On an island there is a boat, and in that boat lives a man called Mud (McConaughey), whose past is as murky as the Mississippi that swirls around him. When 14-year-old Ellis (Sheridan) and Neckbone (Lofland) venture across the river, the trios surprise encounter drags them all into a world of bounty hunters, unrequited love, and those strange, magical moments that transform boys into men.Contains moderate violence and sex references.

  • From 17 May the Great GatSBy 2A 3d/2d director: Baz luhrmann. Starring: leonardo diCaprio, Carey Mulligan, tobey Maguire, Joel edgerton. australia/USa 2013. 143 mins.

    This glorious 3D adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgeralds jazz-era novel has Leonardo DiCaprio as the maverick playboy Jay Gatsby, Carey Mulligan (DRIVE) as Gatsbys love interest Daisy, Joel Edgerton (ZERO DARK THIRTY) as her philandering husband, and Tobey Maguire (SPIDER-MAN) as the writer who witnesses their unravelling. Contains moderate sex, violence and blood