To celebrate the long-awaited return of the cinema, Massive Cinema are giving a selection of Liverpool lucky filmgoers the opportunity to witness this year’s most exciting British horror sensation, Censor, before anyone else.
An exclusive preview screening of Censor plus live introduction with the film’s director, Prano Bailey-Bond will take place at Odeon Liverpool on August 10th at 6:00pm. The evening will kick off with a pre-show short curated by Minute Shorts.
Horror movies are better when everyone screams together and, with tickets strictly limited, audiences will need to book quickly to experience this highly anticipated and critically acclaimed shocker early and in its rightful home – the cinema.
To see full information and book tickets, go to: massive-cinema.com. Massive aims to bring young audiences together by celebrating British filmmaking and is supported by the BFI, awarding funds from the National Lottery.
Censor is writer / director, Prano Bailey-Bond’s feature debut, and stars BAFTA nominee and IFTA winner Niamh Algar (Calm with Horses, Raised by Wolves). This psychological horror garnered critical acclaim after its World Premiere at this year’s Sundance Film Festival in the Official Selection, and had its European Premiere at the Berlin Film Festival.
Censor was developed by the BFI, Film4, Creative England via the BFI NETWORK and Ffilm Cymru Wales, and was funded by the BFI and Ffilm Cymru Wales, both awarding National Lottery funding, and by Film4, with support from Kodak Motion Picture and Cinelab London.
Minute Presents: The Call Centre
Specially curated by Minute Shorts, the short film, The Call Centre from Louisa Connolly-Burnham will screen before the main feature at every preview. Minute Shorts is a London-based short film app, that recommends shorts for people to watch in the time they have available, handpicked by film lovers and always advocating for intentional consumption.
Censor will be released in the UK on 20th August 2021.