Empire Drive-In is a large-scale, post-apocalyptic drive-in movie theatre made from wrecked cars and a 40-foot screen constructed of salvaged wood.
AND will be presenting a specially programmed series of film screenings at Empire Drive-In when it comes to Manchester, including new cinema, short films and trashy modern classics such as Mad Max II: Road Warrior.More Tickets
Director and author Virginie Despentes burst onto the scene with the controversial Rape Me (Baise-moi) and has since become a tour de force in the French hardcore feminist movement.
A tender-hearted tale of punked out lesbian love, Bye Bye Blondie is a cinematically freewheeling and emotionally sincere portrayal of a star-crossed couple reunited years after a youthful romance.More Tickets
Who is really to blame for the current financial crisis? Is it the over-zealous drive of corporate bankers, or the demand for private property?
Are we here because of the pursuit, or indeed failure, of a particular notion of capitalist success?
This exhibition at BlankSpace examines the perpetual disillusionment of a generation of artists living through global financial turmoil.More Tickets
Clearing is a new work by Ultimate Holding Company (UHC) that seeks to create a dialogue around the subject of higher arts education and the globalized trade in ‘knowledge capital’. The piece takes data from the University and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) and the London stock market Stock Exchange to create an animated digital display and a physical space for critical reflection.More Tickets