Cathy Come Home
Sunday 4 September | 3.30pm | Light House | £4.70/£4.20 concessions.
(dir: Ken Loach, UK 1966, 77 mins)
The gripping tale of a family turfed out of their home, Cathy Come Home is best known as a campaigning drama-documentary which helped to change housing policy. It’s also a vivid snapshot of Birmingham in the 60s, filmed on the same Aston streets where Black Sabbath played as kids. Producer (and long-suffering Villa fan) Tony Garnett will be here to talk about the film.
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