DOCUMENTARY SCREENING 2
Middleton's 15:00 - 16:30
King's Manor 1 17:30 - 19:00
Middleton's 11:30 - 13:00
Rosie Reed Hillman (Scrumptious Productions Ltd) UK, 2014, 13m 41s Morag, 86, shares her unique love of life out on the edge, in Scotland's Western Isles, where she lives in the remote croft where she was born, following five generations of her family.
Cliff Caines (Headframe Films) Canada, 2013, 5m Emilie is a short documentary about experimental tattoo artist Emilie Roby. It is a rare glimpse of Emilie’s creative process and the living canvases who collaborate with her.
GLI IMMACOLATI (THE IMMACULATES)
PORT NOLLOTH: BETWEEN A ROCK AND A HARD PLACE
Ronny Trocker (Le Frensoy – Studio national des arts contemporains). France, 2013, 13m 27s In a town in Northern Italy in 2011, following an allegation of rape, a day of demonstrations against Romani people rapidly degenerates into a pogrom.
Felix Seuffert (Butterfly Films) South Africa, 2012, 21m 51s Once a mining hub on the remote South African West Coast, Port Nolloth has been left forsaken. This documentary explores what's left of the diamond fever.
AUTISM IN LOVE
Michelle Friedline (Independent) USA, 2012, 8m 34s RV Kuser, a clever and dapper man of 50 with Autism Spectrum Disorder, beats the odds to find self-acceptance, a unique ability to fit into the neurotypical world and unconditional love.
Ed Emsley (Falmouth University) UK, 2013, 10m 53s James Showers and married couple the Callenders are independent undertakers. This documentary looks at their thoughts on dealing with death on a daily basis.
Published on Oct 8, 2014
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