Britain's oldest cinema is the only spot for this fascinating documentaryA difficult film to describe with a deliberately bare-boned narrative, but a distinct pleasure to experience, Of Time And The City offers a unique look at Liverpudlian life. One of the best British filmmakers, Terence Davies, links his past with that of Liverpool in a poetic and encapsulating manner.
Regent Cinema – Britain's oldest cinema – was the first place in the country to ever show moving pictures, kickstarting British cinema with a screening of Cinematographe in 1896. Since its reopening in May 2015 the staff have been dedicated to both engaging with the cinemas legacy and ensuring its future for audiences and filmmakers.
Certificate: 12A. Runtime: 1 hour 14 minutes.