Little Malcolm at Bluecoat, Liverpool

Tom Grieve, Cinema Editor

Little Malcolm Film Screening at Bluecoat, City Centre 7 March 2019 Tickets from £6 — Book now

This comedy drama directed by Stuart Cooper – the first feature film produced by George Harrison, who supplied incidental music – features art student Malcolm (John Hurt), expelled from Oldham Art School, at war with ‘the Eunarchy’ of social conformists and sexual timidity. The film is part of the contextual programme for the exhibition, The Art Schools of North West England by John Beck and Matthew Cornford.

Little Malcolm Film Screening at Bluecoat, City Centre 7 March 2019 Tickets from £6 Book now

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