Saturday 25th April - 10:15 am - 11:15 am
Tickets: £4 / £2 Concessions WEEKEND FESTIVAL PASS £25
A selection of the best fiction films, from around the world, submitted to this year’s festival
Director David Maddox
Duration 09.00 minutes
Set in Dallas, Texas. A well-meaning, experienced maths teacher finds herself trumped by post-fact America.
THE TEA AT THE BOTTOM OF THE TEAPOT
Director Lou Ma Ho
Duration 19.27 minutes
A film from France set in 19th century Vietnam. Chau is an energetic young man unable to control his emotions. He meets a woman, the Master of the Tea, who will change his attitude and his life.
Director Aaron Kamp
Duration 14.10 minutes
A film from Australia. When life becomes a prison, breaking free demands courage and truth. A film which explores domestic violence.
Director Catherine Lamb
Duration 10.00 minutes
From the UK, a film about an unemployed actor lost in the rat race in London. The film centres around his engagement party as he has to deal with his drunken future father-in-law and his fiancée’s ex-boyfriend.
Director Madeline Vail
Duration 07.00 minutes
When Laurena goes on a blind date forced on her by her pushy mother, she learns that it is always best to trust in your own instincts.
THE CUNNING MAN
Director Rebekah Louisa Smith
Duration 12.54 minutes
This UK film was inspired by a real cunning man, John Harries, circa 1785 to 1839. It’s an enchanting tale of compassion in the face of callous greed.
(includes all events Fri 24-Sun 26 April, except BAIT Sat 25 April £8/£6)
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