Pulp Introduce Documentary With Live Hometown Q&A

Simulcast in selected cinemas, Sheffield art-pop icons relive their oft-stalled journey. Tomorrow!

Pulp Introduce Documentary With Live Hometown Q&A

TOMORROW EVENING AT 6.00pm Pulp screen their documentary biography, PULP: A Film About Life, Death & Supermarkets at Sheffield’s City Hall. The film will be followed by a live onstage Q&A with band members Jarvis Cocker, Nick Banks, Candida Doyle, Steve Mackey and Mark Webber, which will be simultaneously broadcast in selected cinemas nationwide. The film by quirky award-winning director Florian Habicht (Love Story) weaves together live footage from a cathartic 2012 show at Sheffield Arena, with interview material and dream-like tableaux featuring, ahem, “common people” from the streets of Sheffield, some questioned about the significance and particularity of the group and some having a go at the defining ditties of Britpop’s crimplene dandies.

Here’s some not-so-young folks turning in a creditable Help The Aged.

And here’s a more comprehensive trailer...

List of confirmed simulcast cinemas follows. Start times vary slightly due to individual programmes but the film will start at 6pm and the Q&A will follow at 7.45pm. Contact individual movie houses for details...

CINEWORLD Aberdeen Queens Link, Birmingham, Boldon, Bolton, Bristol, Cardiff, Chesterfield, Crawley, Didsbury, Dublin, Edinburgh, Enfield, Glasgow Renfrew St, Greenwich, Middlesborough, Milton Keynes, Nottingham, Sheffield, Stevenage, St Helens, Wandsworth

CURZON HMV Wimbledon, Knutsford, Ripon

ODEON Basingstoke, Birmingham Broadway, Blackpool, Cardiff, Covent Garden, Glasgow Braehead, Hull, Kingston, Manchester Printworks, Milton Keynes, Norwich, Sheffield, Southampton, Warrington

PICTUREHOUSE Bath, Brighton, Cambridge, Clapham, Crouch End, Dublin, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, Greenwich, Hackney, Henley-on-Thames, Liverpool, Northampton, Norwich, Oxford, Perth, Southampton, Stratford-upon-Avon, Stratford East, Tyneside, York

VUE Aberdeen, Basingstoke, Birmingham, Bolton, Bristol Cribbs, Bury, Cambridge, Cardiff, Carlisle, Cheshire Oaks, Cleveleys, Doncaster, Dublin, Edinburgh Omni, Exeter, Fulham, Gateshead, Glasgow Fort, Hamilton, Halifax, Hull, Inverness, Islington, Lancaster, Leeds Light, Leicester, Manchester Lowry, Newcastle Under Lyme, Norwich, Oxford, Piccadilly, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Reading, Sheffield, Shepherds Bush, Stirling, Stratford, Swansea, Thanet, Worcester, York

EVERYMAN Screen on the Green, Leeds; Watershed Bristol; Broadway Nottingham

INDEPENDENT SITES IFI Dublin BFI Southbank Chapter Arts Cardiff Hebden Bridge Glasgow Film Theatre Dundee Arts Centre

For more information about the Pulp film, visit the website or commune on Facebook.

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