FILM ON THE WATERFRONT
A weekend of free cinematic events at the Pier Head
Friday 25th - Sunday 27th September 2009
On Friday, September 25 the film will be Liverpool-born director Terence Daviess The Long Day Closes, the story of 11-year-old Bud, a sad and lonely boy growing up in the wreckage of post-war Liverpool as he struggles through his days with cinema as his main source of solace.
The Saturday night entertainment starts at 7.30pm with an evening dedicated to classic shorts and feature films, with Brandos On The Waterfront starting at 8pm.
And the Big M a mobile art space will show short videos from noon to 5pm throughout the weekend, while visitors to the waterfront will also be treated to other entertainment and street theatre.
Cllr Gary Millar, Liverpools executive member for enterprise and tourism, said: This spectacular weekend at Liverpools world-famous waterfront will provide people of all ages with a great opportunity to see a superb selection of free films.
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