The Man Who Fell to Earth
Dir Nicholas Roeg (1976)
Sat 24 Sept / 19:30 (Gates open 18:30)
£15 Per Car (max 4 persons)
TICKETS ONLSALE UNTIL ONLINE 3PM TODAY, THEN AVALIABLE ON THE GATE. ONLY A FEW LEFT SO COME EARLY TO MAKE SURE YOU GET A SPACE.
Join AND in a filmic foray that abandons the movie theatre in favour of pubs, galleries, safari parks and the great outdoors.
AND is transforming Preston’s thriving covered market into a cinematic platform for Nicholas Roeg’s stunning sci-fi classic, The Man Who Fell To Earth. Focusing on an extraterrestrial (David Bowie) visiting Earth to get water for his drought stricken planet, Roeg’s meditative capturing of earthly pleasures, alienation and the
destructive pull of greed is an alluring yet dispiriting vision of the not too distant future.
- The film is strictly an 18 Certificate so there will be ID check on entry
- No Vans or large vechiles allowed
18:30 Gates will open on Cheap Side Street
19:30 W-E Corp Performances by They Eat Culture
20:00 Feature Film Begins
Tickets for Car
On arrival your pre purchased tickets will be checked by stewards, you will then be directed to where to park your vehicle. Once your car is parked up we ask that you turn your engine off and stay in position until the movie has ended.
Tickets on Foot
On arrival your pre purchased tickets will be checked by stewards, we have radio headphones available for a small deposit, allowing you to listen to the movie anywhere in the covered market. We will provide seat, but feel free to bring your own seating, blankets or home comforts!
How it works
To listen to the movie all you need do is tune your car radio into the on site radio frequency which will be provided to you on arrival. If you prefer to sit outside we have radio headphones available for a small deposit, allowing you to listen to the movie anywhere.
Refreshment and food
We have vendors on site selling refreshments, food and confectionary.
When & Where
Festival of New Cinema, Digital Culture & Art
03 – 05 October, Liverpool
AND 2013 will be an exciting foray into current artistic and cinematic practice.
For details of the full AND 2013 programme go to www.andfestival.org.uk