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Northwest Vision and Media and Digital Departures present in association with the Liverpool Culture Company and BBC Films a Hurricane Films production a Terence Davies film Of Time and the City

Production Manager Karen Radford
Director of Photography Tim Pollard
Music Supervisor
Ian Neil
Archive Producer
Jim Anderson
Liza Ryan-Carter
Production Executive Tracy O’Riordan
Executive Producers Christopher Moll and Lisa Marie Russo
Produced by Roy Boulter and Solon Papadopoulos
Written and Directed by Terence Davies


Opens 31 October

Curzon Soho

BFI Southbank
Ritzy Brixton
The Everyman Cinema
Gate Picturehouse
Screen on the Green
Richmond Filmhouse
Phoenix East Finchley
Genesis Cinema

From 1 November

Cambridge, Arts Picturehouse

Belfast, Queens Film Theatre
Bradford, National Media Museum
Bristol, Watershed
Dublin, Lighthouse Cinema
Edinburgh, Cameo
Glasgow, Film Theatre
Liverpool, Picturehouse at FACT
Manchester, Cornerhouse
Newbury, Corn Exchange Newcastle, Tyneside
Norwich, Cinema City
Oxford, Phoenix
Sheffield, Showroom


The Terence Davies TrilogyThe Terence Davies Trilogy
Before Distant Voices, Still Lives (1988) and The Long Day Closes (1992) confirmed Terence Davies' status as one of the cinematic masters of our day, these three early shorts reveal a filmmaker of great promise.

The Terence Davies TrilogyDistant Voices, Still Lives
Terence Davies' stunning first full length feature draws from the director's own family memories. A strikingly intimate portrait of working-class life in 1940s and 1950s Liverpool.

The Terence Davies TrilogyThe Long Day Closes
Terence Davies' lyrical hymn to childhood revisits the same territory as Distant Voices, Still Lives, this time focusing on his own memories of growing up in a working-class Catholic family in Liverpool.

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followed by a Q&A with the director Terence Davies

PREVIEW: Thursday 30 October

Be among the first to see Of Time and the City in an exclusive preview screening followed by a live satellite Q&A at the following cinemas:

Cambridge, Arts Picturehouse (host venue); Bath, Little Theatre Cinema; Edinburgh, Cameo Picturehouse; Exeter, Picturehouse; Lancaster, The Dukes; London, The Ritzy; Greenwich Picturehouse; The Everyman Cinema Club; Screen on the Green; Newcastle, Tyneside Cinema; Norwich, Cinema City; Oxford, Phoenix Picturehouse; Southampton,Harbour Lights Picturehouse; York, City Screen Picturehouse

Fri 31 October: London, Curzon Soho; Sat 1 November: London, Gate Picturehouse; Sun 2 November: London, BFI Southbank; Sun 4 November: London, Phoenix East Finchley
Thurs 6 November: Liverpool, Picturehouse at FACT; Fri 7 November: Sheffield, Documentary Festival

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