FACT Pink Double Bill: Pink Flamingoes/Pink Narcissus

6 March 2013 - 6:30pm - 11:00pm
88 Wood Street, Liverpool
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It's a shame that these are on the same night as the Liverpool Pride Special General Meeting, but if you are feeling in need of outrageous entertainment, then these are for you:

Pink Flamingoes 6.30pm (prompt start, no ads or trailers)
This is the movie that made John Waters famous, and the film consider to made glamorous bad taste fashionably cool. The film stars Waters' muse, Divine as Virginia, a large transvestite. The plot revolves around two vile families laying claim to the title "The Filthiest People Alive." The film encompasses everything from pregnant women in pits, grown men gaining sexual satisfaction from chickens, to name but a few incidences of famous bad taste in true John Waters style.

Pink Narcissus: 8.50pm (prompt start, no ads or trailers)
A re-discovered cult classic, James Bidgood's film was painstakingly created over six years, Pink Narcissus imagines a young hustler's journey from innocence to depravity, and features some of the sexiest "trade" of the '60s, as well as multiple cameos by legendary playwright Charles Ludlam. A bona fide queer masterpiece, don't miss Pink Narcissus on the big screen.

Both films are art of the programme for The Art of Pop Video exhibition
Celebrate The Art of Pop Video in the first exhibition of its kind in the UK. More than 100 video clips tell the story of the pop video, marking the medium's substantial contribution to popular culture.

You can book each film separately or together at the FACT box office, online at www.fact.co.uk or on the phone 0871 902 5737