Sun, Dec 08 | Squash

Troubled Waters: Ripples of the Past

An evening of screenings exploring the controversy surrounding Llyn Celyn reservoir plus the film the From The Sea To the Land Beyond .
Registration is Closed

Time & Location

Dec 08, 2019, 5:30 PM
Squash, 112-114 Windsor St, Liverpool L8 8EQ, UK

About the Event

Tides are turning, waves are forming - what rises to the surface? This event dredges our relationship to the waters around us and the urgency of protecting them.

This event consists of 2 parts

Part one - 5.30 pm to 6.30 pm , we screen films about Water including the building of Llyn Celyn reservoir in A village Condemned to die 1968 (National Screen And Sound Archive of Wales) , a controversial move by Liverpool which destroyed a Welsh-speaking village . We will also show very special and rare footage about the protests that followed the reservoir construction. Plus poetry from Artist and filmmaker Judie Mazonowicz.

30 mins break

Part two- 7.00 pm to 9.00 pm we show Penny Woolcock’s FROM THE SEA TO THE LAND BEYOND (2012, running time: 1hr 14 mins) a lyrical portrait of Britain's coastline with a soundtrack by British Sea Power, with special recorded introduction.

Tickets : £ 5 both parts or £3 each part / Pay What You Can

Venue accessible. Healthy food and non alcoholic drinks available to purchase at the venue.

Registration is Closed

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