FACT – Events at FACT (March – June)

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March – June 2010

EXHIBITIONS:

MyWar: Participation in an Age of War

Gallery 1, 2, Public Spaces & Online
12 March – 30 May
FREE Entry
A radically personal look at conflict through the work of 12 international artists, including Phil Collins, Thomson and Craighead, Milica Tomic and Harun Farocki, MyWar investigates the reality of conflict at a time when digital and social media have affected the way that we perceive the world.

As part of the exhibition, FACT invites the public to tell us what war means to them, by logging into http://mywar.fact.co.uk/ or visiting FACT Media Lounge space.

Persistence of Vision

Galleries 1, 2, Media Lounge and Public Spaces
18 June – 05 September
FREE Entry
Informed by scientific research and inspired by historical developments in media technology, Persistence of Vision explores the interplay of vision, memory and media. Presenting contemporary artists’ works that repurpose current image technologies as well as those of our recent past, it playfully reviews and re-imagines the devices through which our memories are stored and revived.

Exhibition delivered in partnership with Nikolaj Copenhagen Contemporary Art Center, Denmark

EVENTS:


Breakfast with the Artists

The Box 12 March 10.30am – 12.00pm
£4.00/£3.00 (Members & concs)
A unique opportunity to hear some of the MyWar artists talk about their work and the themes of the exhibition.

Liverpool’s Cracking Easter Trail

FACT, The Bluecoat, Walker Art Gallery and Tate
03 – 11 April
Super sleuths of all ages are invited to crack the clues across Liverpool arts venues, and be in with a chance to win a bonanza of cultural gifts and prizes. Visit FACT to explore our galleries, find the clues and solve the mystery questions inspired by our MyWar exhibition.

New Tools for Young People

Media Lounge 10 April & 15 May
11.00am – 4.00pmFREE
Create a manga style comic in response to the audio war stories collected in the Media Lounge.

Symposium: Changing Perspectives on Contemporary Conflict

The Box 18 April 1.00pm-5.00pm
£8.00/6.00 (Members and Concs)
FACT hosts a symposium on the changing nature of war. Utilising an engaging and groundbreaking setup, speakers will come together to present alternative perspectives on contemporary conflict.

LIVE EVENT:

tenantspin Debate
The Box 28 April 2.00pm – 3.00pm FREE
(For young people aged 14-17 years old.)
In an afternoon of topical discussion around the ‘Issues Tombola’, tenantspin hold an open forum debate, webcasting live from The Box. Attendees are invited to bring their opinions and hearts to the sofa or just join us to listen in.
For more information contact Laura Yates 0151 707 4407 laura.yates@fact.co.uk

Liverpool Biennial Presents a Touched Talk with Tony Chakar

The Box 02 June 6.30pm FREE
Tony Chakar is a Lebanese artist and architect who investigates the way turbulent pasts can inhibit the consciousness of a city.

SCREENINGS:

MyWar Film Programme

From the streets of Beirut to the concentration camps of Nazi-occupied Poland, the MyWar film programme takes a closer look at individuals who have been personally affected by war. These films and talks look beyond military zones to the emotional conflicts that arise out of warfare. Whether it is domestic violence, covert romance, or post-traumatic stress – war is a conflict that affects us all.

West Beyrouth/West Beirut (U)
The Box 24 March 6.30pm
£5.00/£4.00 (Members & Concs)
Ziad Doueiri, 1998, 105mins (Arabic with English Subtitles)

The Israeli Center for Digital Art Presents:
Emergency Routine (15)

The Box 07 April 6.30pm
£7.00/6.00 (Members & Concs)
Special screening of curated short films and video.

SCREENING DOUBLE BILL

The Box 28 April 6.30pm
£5.00/£4.00 (Members & Concs)
Hiroshima Mon Amour(PG)
Alain Resnais, 1960, 90mins (French with English subtitles)
Nuit et brouillard (Night and Fog)(15)
Alain Resnais, 1955, 32mins (French with English Subtitles)

Gay Sunday Event
Ha-Buah (The Bubble) (15)

The Box 09 May Time TBC
Eytan Fox, 2006, 117mins (Hebrew with English Subtitles)
Followed by special discussion, and gallery tour.

Encounter Point (15)

The Box 19 May 6.00pm FREE
Ronit Avni & Julia Bacha, 2006, 85mins
Followed by a debate with Liverpool Student Amnesty and the Liverpool Friends of Palestine.

Pasazerka (Passenger) (PG)
The Box 26 May Time TBC
£4.00/£3.00 (Members & Concs)
Andrzej Munk & Witold Lesiewicz, 1963, 62mins (Polish with English subtitles)
Followed by a short presentation from Merseyside Polonia/The Yellow House

Inglourious Basterds (18)

The Box 23 & 28 March
Quentin Tarantino, 2009, 153mins

Die Ehe der Maria Braun
(The Marriage of Maria Braun) (15)
The Box 30 March & 4 April
Rainer Werner Fassbinder, 1979, 120mins (German with English subtitles)

The Hurt Locker (15)
The Box 06 & 11 April
Kathryn Bigelow, 2009, 131mins

The Fog of War (PG)

The Box 13 & 18 April
Errol Morris, 2004, 95mins

Jarhead (15)
The Box 20 & 25 April
Sam Mendes, 2006, 125mins

No One knows About Persian Cats (15)

The Box 27 April & 02 May
Bahman Ghobadi, 2009, 106mins (Persian with English Subtitles)

Polish War Film Trilogy Part 2 kanal (12)

The Box 18 & 23 May
Andrzej Wajda, 1955, 83mins (Polish with English subtitles)

Polish War Film Trilogy Part 3
Popiól I diament

(Ashes and Diamonds)(12)
The Box 25 & 30 May
Andrzej Wajda, 1961, 103mins (Polish with English subtitles)

Polish War Film Trilogy Part 1
A Generation(12)

The Box 11 & 16 May
Andrzej Wajda, 1955, 83mins (Polish with English subtitles)

***Please check the FACT website for additional information about film times, prices and locations. ****

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