The Sheffield Space Centre comic shop is helping to promote The Electric Man independent film we've covered in the past on downthetubes, which is having a special screening at the Showroom Cinema Sheffield on Thursday 22nd November at 6.00pm.
In Electric Man Movie (12A), Jazz and Wolf run Deadhead
Comics. They owe their landlord £5,000 but they don’t have it and it
seems the shop is doomed. But, when Issue No 1 of Electric Man
mysteriously appears in the shop it seems their problems are solved.
from it. Worth £100,000, the comic is being sought by a number of
people who’ll stop at nothing to get it for themsleves - the strange and
alluring Lauren McCall, Electric Man obsessive Edison Bolt and Lauren’s
Uncle Jimmy, a violent thug.
Add to the mix, the
return of Wolf’s girlfriend Victoria and you have all the elements for
what’s been described as The Maltese Falcon meets Clerks.
Writer Scott MacKay and Director David Barras will be at Sheffield Space Centre, 33 The Wicker, Sheffield S3 8HS between 2-3.00 pm Thursday 22nd November and will be available to chat, answer questions and sign copies of the DVD of the film, we will then have a free prize draw for 2 free tickets to see the film at the showroom that evening at 6.00pm.
The film will be shown at 6.00pm and this will be followed by a Q & A session at the Showroom with Scott Mackay and David Barras with a raffle for two £20 gift vouchers to use in the Sheffield Space Centre.
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