Versus

The Life and Films of Ken Loach

Versus is a funny, provocative and revealing account of the life and career of one of Britain’s foremost filmmakers, Ken Loach, as he turns eighty and looks back at over fifty years of filmmaking.

pay what you can screenings

on Sunday 5 June, cinema-goers are invited to pay-what-you-can for designated afternoon screenings of versus. the film will show at 43 cinemas nationwide, listed below, and you are invited to pay-what-you-can at a collection box at the box office on the day of the screening. Tickets will be available on a first-come-first-served basis. This initiative is supported by Dogwoof with the backing of the BFI Distribution Fund.

 
 

sunday JUNE 5

London - Barbican - 4.00 PM

London - BFI - 2.30 PM - Q&A with Versus Director Louise Osmond

London - Crouch End Picturehouse - 3.30 PM

London - Curzon Bloomsbury (Dochouse) - 4.00 PM

London - Curzon Goldsmiths - 3.00 PM

London - Curzon Mayfair - 3.00 PM

London - Curzon Soho - 3.00 PM

London - Curzon Victoria - 3.00 PM

London - Curzon Wimbledon - 3.00 PM

London - East Dulwich Picturehouse - 1.00 PM

London - Gate Picturehouse - 12.30 PM - Introduction by Ken Loach's Producer, Rebecca O'Brien

London - Genesis Cinema - 3.00 PM - Introduction by Actress Kierston Wareing (It's a Free World)

London - Greenwich Picturehouse - 12.30 PM

London - Hackney Picturehouse - 3.00 PM - Introduction by Cinematographer Robbie Ryan (The Angels' Share)

London - ICA - 2.00 PM

London - Ritzy Picturehouse - 2.00 PM

Aberdeen - Belmont Filmhouse - 3.45 PM

Bath - The Little Theatre - 12.30 PM

Belfast - Queen's Film Theatre - 4.40 PM

Belper - The Ritz Cinema

Birmingham - The Electric Cinema - 11.30 AM

Bradford - National Media Museum Picturehouse - 12.30 PM - Q&A with Actor David Bradley (Kes)

Brighton - Duke's at Komedia - 3.00 PM

Bristol - Watershed - 6.00 PM - Q&A with Ken Loach

Cambridge - Arts Picturehouse - 3.30 PM

Canterbury - Curzon Canterbury - 3.00 PM - Introduction by Actress Hayley Squires (I, Daniel Blake)

Cardiff - Chapter - 2.45 PM

Dublin - Irish Film Institute - 2.00 PM

Dundee - Dundee Contemporary Arts - 3.30 PM

Edinburgh - Filmhouse - 3.30 PM - Q&A with screenwriter Paul Laverty

Glasgow - Glasgow Film Theatre - 3.30 PM - Introduction by Actor Paul Brannigan (The Angels' Share)

Inverness - Eden Court Theatre - 2.00 PM

Leeds - Hyde Park Picture House - 6.15 PM

Liverpool - Picturehouse at FACT - 3.00 PM

Manchester - HOME - 3.40 PM - Introduction by Actor Steve Evets (Looking for Eric)

Newcastle upon Tyne - Tyneside - 1.00 PM - Introduction by Comedian/Actor Dave Johns (I, Daniel Blake)

Newlyn - Newlyn Filmhouse - 3.00 PM

Norwich - Cinema City - 1.00 PM

Nottingham - Broadway - 3.15 PM

Oxford - Phoenix Picturehouse - 3.30 PM

Ripon - Curzon - 3.00 PM

Sheffield -  Showroom Workstation - 4.30 PM

York - City Screen Picturehouse - 3.30 PM

 

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