Harpur Cinema will be showing The Angels’ Share, a film by Ken Loach, on Friday, March 21, 2014 and Sunday, March 23, 2014 at 7:30 p.m., LH-6. British filmmaker Loach is known for his realist directing style and social commentary. The Angels’ Share, a comedy drama, centers around a young Scottish troublemaker who, after the birth of his son, is given one final opportunity to stay out of jail. A visit to a whiskey tasting session gives him an idea on how to change his life.
The Libraries’ own numerous books and several films (DVD & VHS) by Ken Loach. A selection is listed below.
All DVDs and VHS materials are available at the Circulation Desk in the Newcomb Reading Room
DVD & VHS
Bread and Roses, directed by Ken Loach. DVD PN1997 .B72353 2006
Ladybird, Ladybird, directed by Ken Loach, VHS PN1997 .L332 1995
Ken Loach, the politics of film and television, by John Hill, Fine Arts PN1998.3.L6 H55 2011
Which side are you on?: Ken Loach and his films, by Anthony Hayward, Special Collections Rogg Collection PN1998.3.L6 H39 2004
The cinema of Ken Loach : art in the service of the people, by Jacob Leigh, Fine Arts PN1998.3.L6 L45 2002
Loach on Loach, edited by Graham Fulle, Fine Arts PN1998.3.L6 A3 1998