Hull Independent Cinema Project presents: Pulp: a Film About Life, Death & Supermarkets (12) (Dir: Florian Habicht) http://
“Pulp: A Film about Life, Death and Supermarkets is the best film that could be made about Pulp. The majority of British pop bands were eager to be seen as “one of the lads,” with a pint in one hand and a copy of Loaded magazine in the other. Not Pulp, who wholeheartedly embraced an individualistic style of pervy proletariat, outsider chic. Their lyrics are the stuff of fluttering net curtains in run-down terraced houses, chaotic and confused teenage lust and not only not fitting in, but knowing you’ll never be able to. This documentary, centring on the band’s 2012 farewell concert, grasps everything that Pulp is about. It’s less a straightforward band biography and more a sociological study of the swamp of fears, loves and passions that bubbles away under the industrially cratered landscape of Sheffield.”
–We Got This Covered, UK five star review
Monday 15th June 2015
Union Mash Up, 22 Princes Avenue, Hull.
7pm: Doors open. Why not grab a drink from Union Mash Up’s bar and settle in for the film.
7.30pm: Introductions, trailer reel and short film (details TBC).
7.50pm: Main feature, Pulp: a Film About Life, Death & Supermarkets (89 minutes).
9.20pm: Post-film we’ll be having a drink in Union Mash Up’s bar and would love for you to join us.
Tickets available from http://