Nov242012

Rockumentary film screening: Joy Division

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Joy Division

Overview

In 1976 four young men from ruined, post-industrial Manchester, England went to see the Sex Pistols. They formed a band, Joy Division.  Three years later it was a matter of art, life and death.

Now, 30 years later, they are enjoying a larger audience and more influence than ever before with a profound legacy that resonates fiercely in today's heavily careerist music industry and over-mediated pop culture.

93 mins. Directed by Grant Gee, 2007. Rated M.

Saturday 24 November - 1pm
Auditorium - free entry

 

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Type

Film

Date & Time

Saturday 24 November 1pm

Location

Auditorium, Lower ground level

Services

  • Wheelchair access available
  • Free
  • Wheelchairs available

Cost

Free

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