Remebrace of Things Past: The Films of Terence Davies

Remembrance of Things Past: The Films of Terence Davies

Season

Sun 2 - Sun 23 Dec

A mini retrospective of the work of director Terence Davies plus an illustrated talk.


Upcoming screenings & events in this season

The Long Day Closes  PG   Terence Davies Season

The Long Day Closes
Mon 17 - Tue 18 Dec
Film
Terence Davies's lyrical hymn to childhood revisits the same territory as his award-winning Distant Voices, Still Lives, this time focusing on his own memories of growing up in a working-class Catholic family in Liverpool.

Of Time and the City  12A   Terence Davies Season

Of Time and the City
Sat 22 - Sun 23 Dec
Film
Terence Davies' ode to his native Liverpool showcases his rare sensitivity for the telling image, the haunting melody and the spoken word as he combines his own witty, literate narration with archive film and an inspired soundtrack to reflect on the city of his birth.

Previous screenings & events in this season

Distant Voices, Still Lives  15   Terence Davies Season

Distant Voices, Still Lives
Mon 10 - Tue 11 Dec
Film
Thirty years after its initial release, one of the most acclaimed films in British cinema history returns to the big screen in a new digital restoration.

The Terence Davies Trilogy  15   Terence Davies Season

The Terence Davies Trilogy
Mon 3 - Tue 4 Dec
Film
Over the course of three short films, we witness the emergence of Davies' singular talent and style, the refinement of his technique, and a director growing in confidence, soon to become feted as British cinema's greatest film poet.

Ripples of Remembered Time in the Films of Terence Davies - An Illustrated Talk Terence Davies Season

Ripples of Remembered Time in the Films of Terence Davies - An Illustrated Talk
Sun 2 Dec 14:30
Talk
To celebrate our Terence Davies season join Tara Judah, Watershed Cinema Producer for an illustrated talk on Davies and his work, as we dig deeper into his cinematic explorations of the intersections between class, gender and social codes, and the unexpected ripples of remembered time.