Pulp’s Documentary With Live Hometown Q&A

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

 

Pulp: A Film About Life, Death and Supermarkets

Dates Showing:

Tuesday 17 June 15.50
20.30
Wednesday 18 June 16.30
18.00
Thursday 19 June 14.00
18.15

The musical subgenre of Britpop would not be the same without the influence of one band; Pulp, whose ironic swagger and generation defining image is captured in this poignant documentary marking their 25 plus year career. This film mixes concert footage from a landmark reunion show in the band’s hometown of Sheffield with behind-the-scenes interviews with the band, bystanders and fans. A music-film like no other – at times moving, hilarious and bewildering (much like the band it portrays).

The screening on Saturday 7 June (17.40) will be followed by a live satellite Q&A with band-members Jarvis Cocker, Nick Banks, Candida Doyle, Steve Mackey and Mark Webber, hosted by Adam Buxton, from Sheffield Film Festival.

The screenings on Tuesday 17 – Thursday 19 June will be preceded by DepicT! ’14 Random Act Special Mention Winner: Sun (Paul Hill, 1m40s, UK 2013).

Watch: Trailer for new Pulp documentary movie unveiled

 

 

But don’t fear if you’re unable to make it up North, as Sheffield Doc/Fest will be broadcasting live to cinemas nationwide including VUE, Odeon, Cineworld, Picturehouse and Curzon chains.