What's On > Dark Days (15)
|Date:||Thursday 19th October, 2017|
|Time:||19:30 - 21:30|
|Cost:||£5 / £3.50 Concessions
Group discount: Buy 10+ and save 10%
|Booking information:||Box Office: 01582 878100|
Luton Film Factory presents and in Association with the Mary Seacole Housing Association
Dark Days reveals the extraordinary lives of homeless people who live below ground in the New York railway tunnels. They live in virtual darkness and built themselves one-room shacks, they have pets, cook, chat, argue, give each other haircuts. A bucket is their toilet. Leaky overhead pipes are a source of water for showers.
Marc Singer, a young Englishman, lived with them and together they made this award winning documentary which has been called the 'proletarian antithesis of Woody Allen’s Manhattan'.
Directed by and starring Marc Singer.
Running time: 80 mins
Age guidance: 15+
About Luton Film Factory
The Luton Film Factory is a not-for-profit production, exhibition and training facility that works in partnership with Luton Culture, the University of Bedfordshire and other local agencies. The Hat Factory seasons, funded by the British Film Institute’s Film Audience Network, aim to show and discuss distinctive films that are relevant to the diverse communities in the town.