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London arts centre to screen Nick Cave semi biopic and beam it to 150 cinemas, followed by live session from Cave

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Two days before the general release of 20,000 Days on Earth – a new film about and staring Nick Cave – London’s Barbican Centre will present a special red-carpet gala event on September 17th, with a preview of the movie that will also be beamed into 150 cinemas across the UK. The screening will be followed by a 60-minute live performance from Cave and long-time collaborators Warren Ellis and Barry Adamson, and a Q&A with the creative team behind the film including directors Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard and special guests.

Billed as a blurring of lines between documentary and drama – a production from Picturehouse Entertainment: those responsible for The ImposterThe Stone Roses: Made of StoneA Field in England and The Pervert’s Guide to Ideology – 20,000 Days on Earth portrays a cinematically staged day in Cave’s life that sees him take a drive through the streets of his adopted hometown of Brighton, England, while delving into the musician’s creative process. 

Tickets for the event go on sale at 10am tomorrow (11 July 2014), and are available here. They are priced between £40 and £60.

Cinemas participating in the live satellite broadcast of the film are as listed below. Contact your local cinema for availability.

Macrobert Arts Centre, Stirling
Electric Birmingham
Tiovoli Wimborne
The Red Carpet Cinema, Burton-on-Trent
Warwick Arts Centre
Quad Derby
Savoy, Nottingham
West End Cinema Boston
Savoy, Worksop
Canolfan Ucheldre Centre
Artrix, Bromsgrove
Key Theatre Peterborough
Belmont, Aberdeen
National Media Museum, Bradford
Hebden Bridge Picture House
Movies@Dundrum
Movies@Swords
Movies@Gorey
SGC Dungarvan
Harlequin Theatre & Cinema, Redhill
Errol Flynn, Northampton
Watershed Bristol
Grosvenor Cinema, The
Eye Cinema Galway
Showroom Sheffield
Glasgow Film Theatre
Edge Art Centre, Wenlock
Regent Centre, Christchurch
Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff
Regal Evesham
Hebden Bridge Picture House
Aberystwth
Dukes Lancaster
The Gulbenkian, Cantenbury
Queens Film Theatre, Belfast
The Fisher Theatre, Bungay
Light Cinema, New Brighton
Dundee Contemporary Arts
Aldeburgh Cinema
The Lexi, London
Phoenix Arts Leicester
Broadway Nottingham
Roses Theatre, Cheltenham
Arthouse Crouch End, London
Dorking Halls
Uckfield Picturehouse
Barn Cinema, Dartington
Luxe Cinema, Wisbech
Eden Court, Inverness
Majestic Kings Lyn
Tyneside, Newcastle

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