Newlyn International Film Festival: Documentary

Sunday 7th April 2019
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Adults £4/Conc £2

Event Description

A selection of submitted Documentary Films screened in the main Auditorium from 3pm

After Pinochet: Annabel Aguirre

A documentary about Chile’s journey to democracy. Twenty-five years after the end of a lengthy dictatorship under General Augusto Pinochet, Chile is still struggling to regain a sense of national well-being. 59 Mins

Life Begins at 90: Bejay Browne

Ray Woolley, a World War 2 veteran is the world’s oldest active scuba diver, a Guinness World Record title holder. The film follows his achievements.  44 Mins

Right Turn: Caroline Rumley

A woman driving home is stopped by police, arrested, and taken to jail for turning left, on the eve of Trump’s visit to town.  6 Mins

The Sea and The Land: Innes Reinisch

In Malin Head, Ireland’s most northerly point, the elements of nature are intensely tangible. The waves of the Atlantic Ocean are breaking on a rugged coast.

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