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Liverpool International Film Festival Announce 2018 Programme

Liverpool International Film Festival has announced this years line up of screenings happening at the Toxteth TV studios, with highlights of the Festival include the Bill Murray comic documentary “Bill Murray – Life Stories” on Saturday 10th November.

The Liverpool Film Festival is one of the most prestigious events of its kind in the UK and you don’t have to be a film-maker or a cinema aficionado to enjoy the festival; everyone is welcome.

Tickets are on sale for each of the two days which entitle the holder to view each of the films being screened in a programme that starts at 3pm and goes through to 10.30pm on both days. A single day costs £7 or pass for both days is just £10.

Festival-goers can also enjoy free entrance to the VideOdessey retro games arcade and cafe (normally charged at £10 per day).

You can see the full programme of events below:

Studio Cinema Screen
15.00 Short – 2nd place: No More Secrets
15.14 Short – Winner: Emptiness
15.20 Social Media – Winner: No strings Attached 
15.29 Documentary Living on a Dollar a Day
16.15 Feature Film Goliath
17.40 Intermission – VideOdyssey Café
18.00 Feature Documentary – 2nd Place: Life Begins at 90
18.44 Public Awareness – Winner: Scribbled Memory
18.45 Liverpool Film – Winner: The Resurrection of 30 James St
19.30 Intermission – VideOdyssey Café
20.00 Feature Film – Best in Festival: Nine Meals from Chaos
21.41 Documentary – Winner: Tales from Tin Pan Alley
23.05 Day one ends.

15.00 Animation – Winner: Trap
15.15 Feature Film: Away from the shore
17.31 Intermission – VideOdyssey Café
19.30 GUEST FILM: Bill Murray Stories: Life Lessons
20.40 Intermission – VideOdyssey Café
21.00 Feature Film – Winner: The Sleeper By the River
22.50 Day two ends.

VideOdyssey Screen
16.00 SHORT: The Merciless Beauty
16.14 SHORT: Carga
16.34 SHORT: By Blood
16.54 SHORT: Curfew
17. 14 Liverpool Film Runner Up Betrayal
17.28 Intermission
18.05 Documentary: What is Classic Rock
16.00 SHORT: While It Lasts
16.49 SHORT: Being Kegan
17.11 SHORT: Beat It
17.21 SHORT: Manipulation
17.30 Intermission
17.45 Documentary: A Tree Remembers
18.56 Feature Film (selected): Kilikis the town of owls

You can buy tickets for the Liverpool International Film Festival via Eventbrite here.


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