An unconventional movie deserves a suitably unconventional premiere – so head to Castlefield’s Museum of Science & Industry this month for a preview of The Knife That Killed Me. This unique reflection of a teen protagonist’s memories leading up to his death was shot entirely on green screens, resulting in an abstract computer-generated version of reality that’ll truly set this apart from other gritty Brit dramas. Interestingly, the film will premiere not just here in Manchester, but simultaneously in similarly unusual venues in Bradford and London, as well as to a global audience via Youtube – making for a truly inclusive viewing experience. Complementing the film’s amazing visuals, MOSI’s screening will run across their impressive 50-screen media wall, with free beer and pizza on offer to sweeten the deal. Capacity is limited to 150 and operates on a first come, first serve basis – but if you’re keen to ensure your entry (you should be), just RSVP via the email address below beforehand.

Tue 15 Jul, Museum of Science & Industry, Liverpool Road, M3 4FP, Tel: 0161 832 2244, 6.30pm, FREE (RSVP to,

Tue 15 Jul
Laura Scott
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Thu 10 Jul 2014