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Wednesday 19 - Sunday 23 November

Testament Of Youth Electricity Finding Vivian Maier The Priest’s Children A City Dreaming Inez: A Challenging Woman

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Welcome The theme of this year’s Foyle Film Festival is ‘Secret Lives’. The programme explores this theme through a series of screenings and discussions – delving into the real lives of individuals whose everyday behaviour provided no clues to a completely secret existence. Finding Vivian Maier is the fascinating story of a woman who worked as a nanny for over 40 years, while secretly making films, and taking thousands of photographs documenting her life and those around her. Her secret life was discovered at an auction after her death. Her work has been universally celebrated and has led to a renaissance in the popularity of street photography. The festival launches on November 19 with the Irish premiere of Testament Of Youth – the incredible true story of one young woman’s struggle to survive the horrors of war. Director James Kent (Margaret, The Secret Diaries of Miss Anne Lister) will provide a special introduction to the screening. Night Will Fall blatantly exposes the denial by ordinary Germans that they had any knowledge of the concentration camps. The purpose of the original film was to ensure that the Holocaust could not be denied. Much of the archive film in Night Will Fall is being shown for the first time. Sally Angel, producer of Night Will Fall, will introduce this screening and take part in a post-screening discussion. This year Foyle Film Festival celebrates the 15th anniversary of becoming an Oscar® affiliated festival through the Light In Motion (LIM) Competition. To mark this important milestone, the festival is hosting a special industry conference ‘From Shorts To Features’ (Friday 21 and Saturday 22), which is designed to give filmmakers the knowledge and skills required to make the transition from short film production to making their first feature film. As part of ‘From Shorts To Features’, director Andrea Arnold will discuss how she made the journey from an Oscar-winning short filmmaker (Wasp) to making critically acclaimed features (Red Road and Wuthering Heights). Bernie McLaughlin Foyle Film Festival Director & Programmer

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FOYLE FILM FESTIVAL TEAM Bernie McLaughlin Eavan King Christopher Morrison Eamon Phillips Bobby Gordon Gavin Duffy Harry Burke

COST & BOOKING

www.foylefilmfestival.org FOYLE FILM FESTIVAL OFFICE Nerve Centre, 7-8 Magazine Street, Derry~Londonderry, BT48 6HJ Open: Monday-Friday 9.30am-5.30pm Tel: 028 7126 0562 facebook.com/FoyleFilmFest twitter.com/foylefilm

TICKET PRICES BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL

COMMUNICATIONS & DIGITAL TEAM David Lewis Director of Communications & Digital Content Karen Friel Digital Communications Officer Joe Carlin Digital Projects Officer Daniel Robinson Digital Communications Assistant Opening & Closing Night Galas

£6.00

All Brunswick Screenings (except Opening & Closing Night)

£4.50

NERVE CENTRE

All Screenings/Guest Events

£3.00

From Shorts To Features Conf14 (Registration required)

Free

GUILDHALL

Special Screening A City Dreaming

£5.00

FESTIVAL PASS

All Events £40.00

Please check programme for costs of specific events.

Foyle Film Festival is a flagship project of the Nerve Centre. The festival acknowledges the ongoing support of City of Derry Crystal and venue partner Brunswick Moviebowl. Foyle Film Festival is funded by DCAL through Northern Ireland Screen and by Derry City Council.

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Festival Director & Programmer Competition Manager & Festival Co-ordinator Education Bookings & Festival Assistant Competition Co-ordinator Technical Manager Technical Support Guest Hospitality

CREATIVE LEARNING CENTRE John Peto Director of Education Sharon Tosh Education Manager Maura McKee Programme Manager Mik O’Connell, Luke Porter, Creative Media Facilitators Dee Gribbin, David Dryden, Jamie King, Steven Noonan

THANKS TO Pearse Moore, Martin Melarkey, Richard Taylor and Louise O’Connell, Nerve Centre Moyra Lock, Northern Ireland Screen Caoimhin McClafferty, Patrick Simpson and Eamonn McLaughlin, Brunswick Moviebowl Fiona McElroy, Maria Prince, Kevin Fearon and Camilla Long, Honeycomb – Creative Works Emma McDermott, Matthew McAleer and Niall Kerr, Teaching Divided Histories Eamon Durey and Delia Millan, Nerve Centre FabLab Cecilia McCauley and staff from Café Nervosa

PROGRAMME DESIGN Whitenoisestudios.com

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ELECTRICITY NORTHERN IRELAND PREMIERE

Opening Night Gala

SUNDAY 23 NOVEMBER @ 8.30PM VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL

Closing Night Gala

UK. 2014. Director: Bryn Higgins. Cast: Agyness Deyn, Lenora Crichlow, Christian Cooke, Paul Anderson, Alice Lowe. Duration: 1hr.30mins. Cert: 15. Distributor: Soda Pictures

TESTAMENT OF YOUTH NORTHERN IRELAND PREMIERE

Director Bryn Higgins will introduce this screening.

WEDNESDAY 19 NOVEMBER @ 8PM VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL UK. 2014. Director: James Kent. Cast: Kit Harington, Colin Morgan, Hayley Atwell, Dominic West, Emily Watson, Miranda Richardson. Duration: 2hrs.10mins. Cert: 12A. Distributor: Lionsgate Director James Kent and some of the cast members will introduce this screening. Vera Brittain, irrepressible, intelligent and free-minded, overcomes the prejudices of her family and hometown to win a scholarship to Oxford. With everything to live for, she falls in love with her brother’s close friend Roland Leighton as they go to university to pursue their literary dreams. But the First World War is looming and as the boys leave for the front Vera realises she cannot sit idly by as her peers fight for their country, so volunteers as a nurse.

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She works tirelessly, experiencing all the grief of war, as one by one her closest friends are all killed and the pillars of her world shattered. But, an indefatigable spirit, Vera endures, rediscovers love and returns to Oxford, irrevocably changed, yet determined to create a world in which such a war can never take place again. Director/Producer James Kent is known for The Thirteenth Tale (2013), The Secret Diaries Of Miss Anne Lister (2010) and Margaret (2009).

After party reception will follow the screening in Martha’s Vineyard, Brunswick Moviebowl.

Lewis Carroll’s story of Alice in Wonderland is an example of literature that has been dissected, explored and debated for decades. Some hardcore theorists compare the story to the experience of a metaphorical journey that one might experience on acid. Well, as for Lily O’Connor (Agyness Deyn), she compares one of her epileptic seizures to the fictional lost girl: “Here’s the breath, here’s the breeze, here’s the shiver – I’m Alice falling down the rabbit hole.” Bryn Higgins’s Electricity is the powerful story of Lily’s journey to London to track down her wayward brother to give him his share of their mother’s inheritance. A task that doesn’t sound too challenging but with her brother Mikey (Christian Cooke) living a seemingly off-the-grid existence in the capital and Lily’s

epilepsy always on standby, it becomes a needle-in-a-haystack mission for her to manage. Deyn puts in a truly astonishing performance as Lily, who refuses to be defined by her illness. She’s a tough but compassionate character which Deyn brings alive with ease. Her blossoming connection with Good Samaritan Mel (Lenora Crichlow) at first feels like an unlikely match, but eventually turns into an authentic friendship. Anyone who’s ever lived in a city can relate to the feeling of being alone in the crowd, and Higgins references this without appearing hammy. The film combines strong, witty human drama with remarkable visual effects to create an immersive and compelling cinematic experience.

“With an engaging story spearheaded by its magnetising leading lady, Electricity is a beautifully sculpted film with an honest message… An unusual, beautiful, stunning, exciting thrill ride… The direction by Bryn Higgins is awe inspiring. His blending of the dramatic, heart rending elements of Lily’s search for her brother, with the fantastical, sometimes horrifying and spiritual elements of her inner journey and the struggle to deal with epilepsy is beautiful, and show him to be a master of his craft.” BFI London Film Festival 2014 Review The Foyle Film Festival Light In Motion (LIM) Awards, sponsored by City of Derry Crystal, will be announced and presented before the closing night screening of Electricity.

The script has been adapted by BAFTA winner Joe Fisher from the novel by Ray Robinson.

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FINDING VIVIAN MAIER THURSDAY 20 NOVEMBER @ 6PM VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL USA. 2013. Director(s): John Maloof and Charlie Siskel. Cast: Vivian Maier, John Maloof, Phil Donahue, Tim Roth, Mary Ellen Mark. Duration: 1hr.24mins. Cert: 12A. Language: English & French. Distributor: Soda Pictures Finding Vivian Maier is the critically acclaimed documentary about a mysterious nanny, who secretly took over 100,000 photographs that were hidden in storage lockers, discovered decades later, and is now among the 20th century’s greatest photographers. Directed by John Maloof and Charlie Siskel, Maier’s strange and riveting life and art are revealed through never before seen photographs, films and interviews with dozens who thought they knew her. Maier’s massive body of work came to light in 2007 when it was discovered at a local thrift auction house on Chicago’s Northwest Side. From there, it would eventually impact the world over and change the life of the man who championed her work and brought it to the public eye, John Maloof. Currently, Vivian Maier’s body of work is being archived and cataloged for the enjoyment of others and for future generations. John Maloof is at the core of this project after reconstructing most of the archive, having been previously dispersed to the various buyers attending that auction. Now, with roughly 90% of her archive reconstructed, Vivian’s work is part of a renaissance in interest in the art of street photography. “Amazing… This should be seen with other people, in the dark, on a big screen!” Michael Moore

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“One of the most compelling stories in photographic history.” Another Magazine

WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS NORTHERN IRELAND PREMIERE THURSDAY 20 NOVEMBER @ 8PM VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL New Zealand. 2014. Director(s): Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi. Cast: Jemaine Clement, Taika Waititi, Jonathan Brugh, Cori Gonzalex-Macuer, Stuart Rutherford, Ben Fransham. Duration: 1hr.26mins. Cert: 15. Distributor: Metrodome A film with real bite! The first directorial full feature collaboration between Oscar®-nominated director/writer/actor Taika Waititi (Two Cars, One Night) and actor/writer/ composer Jermaine Clement (Flight Of The Conchords). What We Do in the Shadows is a fun mockumentary about four vampires living in a flat in Wellington, that piles on the laughs while keeping within the macabre tones of classic vampire stories. It’s goofy without feeling dumb, which is what tends to happen in films like this. It’s also at times very morbid and violent, but in a lighthearted, fun sort of way.

There’s just something hilarious about Taika Waititi preparing to drain someone of their life-giving fluids by placing newspaper all around only to hit an artery and spray blood all over the room. Nominated for Crystal Bear Award at Berlin Film Festival, and winner of the People’s Choice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival 2014.

“It’s hard to describe how genuinely enjoyable this movie is. It’s the kind of film that will put a smile on your face, no matter what mood you’re in. “A comedy that should put New Zealand on the map, with a share house everyone will want to spend some time in.” Brent Davidson, SWITCH.

“Filled with hilarious depictions of zombies, werewolves, and of course, vampires, this is one of the best horror comedies around.” William Brownridge, TIFF 2014 Review

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THE PRIEST’S CHILDREN

(SVECENIKOVA DJECA) NORTHERN IRELAND PREMIERE

THURSDAY 20 NOVEMBER @ 10PM VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL

I AM ALI FRIDAY 21 NOVEMBER @ 6PM SPECIAL PREVIEW SCREENING VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL

Croatia/Serbia. 2013. Director: Vinko Brešan. Cast: Krešimir Mikić, Nikša Butijer, Marija Škaričić. Duration: 1hr.33mins. Cert: 18. Distributor: Cinefile The story of Father Florijan, a young priest who is sent to serve on a small island in the Adriatic Sea where the population is dying out. In order to help increase the birth rate on the island, he conspires with the religious kiosk salesman Petar to poke pin-holes in all sold condoms. The pharmacist Marin joins the band, replacing birth control pills with vitamins. All this scheming is done to promote, in Father Florijan’s view, God’s will. Soon enough, the number of births skyrockets! But Father Florijan has to explain his concept of 10 // FOYLEFILMFESTIVAL // 2014

extreme Christianity as things get more than a little complex. In this piece of social comedy, the Croatian director Vinko Brešan playfully pulls his audience in by touching sensitive topics such as abortion and infertility. Adapted from a controversial stage play by screenwriter Mate Matisic, the film features one of Croatia’s most versatile actors, Krešimir Mikić. Nominated for Best Comedy in the European Film Awards.

“A visual feast and a subversive narrative treat full of humor that never outstays its welcome.” Andre Crous, Celluloid Paradiso “A colourful, fun and breezy film about sex and religion… a comedy charmer.” Mark Adams, Screen Daily

UK/USA. 2014. Director: Clare Lewins. Cast: Muhammad Ali, Muhammad Ali Jnr, Hana Ali, Jim Brown, George Foreman, Mike Tyson, Gene Kilroy, Angelo Dundee, Tom Jones. Duration: 1hr.51mins. Cert: PG. Distributor: Universal Pictures International Ireland Directed by British filmmaker Clare Lewins, I Am Ali is an intimate and touching look at the man behind the legend. Told through exclusive, unprecedented access to Ali’s personal archive of ‘audio journals’ combined with touching interviews and testimonials from his inner circle of family and friends, including his daughters, son, brother and former wife, plus legends of the boxing community including Mike Tyson, George Foreman and Gene Kilroy. An intimate portrait of the man behind the legend. “A great film about a very influential person that inspired a lot of people all across the globe. I Am Ali is something that should be seen and shown to as many people as possible who don’t know Muhammad Ali.” Punch Drunk Critics

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CAMILLE CLAUDEL 1915 FRIDAY 21 NOVEMBER @ 10PM VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL

ONE ROGUE REPORTER IRISH PREMIERE

France. 2013. Director: Bruno Dumont. Cast: Juliette Binoche, Jean-Luc Vincent, Sandra Rivera. Duration: 1hr.35mins. Cert: PG. Distributor: Soda Pictures

FRIDAY 21 NOVEMBER @ 8.15PM VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL UK. 2014. Director(s): Rich Peppiatt and Tom Jenkinson. Cast: Hugh Grant, Steve Coogan, John Bishop, Rich Peppiatt, Max Mosley, John Prescott. Duration: 1hr.30mins. Cert: 18 Everyone has fantasised about emailing their boss and unleashing what they really think of them. Few actually ever reach for the keyboard. Fewer still end up pressing ‘send’. No one has made a film about it – until now. One Rogue Reporter is the story of Rich Peppiatt, a tabloid hack who snaps over his red top paper’s fixation with sensationalism over substance and titillation over truth. When the phone hacking scandal engulfs Rupert Murdoch’s News of the World, throwing tabloid ethics under the spotlight, Rich decides to use the skills he’s honed on Fleet Street to turn-the-tables on the press 12 // FOYLEFILMFESTIVAL // 2014

barons peddling sex, lies and scaremongering under the cloak of journalism.

“Hilarious, brave and strangely arousing.” Hugh Grant

The result is a hilariously satirical documentary: part investigative exposé; part comedy caper; part-impassioned outcry against unaccountable press power.

“Hilarious… highly recommend.” John Cleese

What began as a critically acclaimed comedy show at the Edinburgh Fringe has been inventively transferred to the screen with the help of incisive interviewees ranging from Steve Coogan, Hugh Grant and John Bishop through to philosopher AC Grayling and former Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott.

“A petulant scoundrel.” Daily Telegraph “A Judas.” Daily Star

Director Bruno Dumont’s Camille Claudel 1915 sees Juliette Binoche take the lead as the famous French artist and lover of Auguste Rodin. Camille is placed by her brother, the Catholic poet Paul Claudel, in a remote mental institution where she remains for 30 years up until her death. Dumont constructs a stripped-down formal universe that bends not inwards to his tragic heroine, but pushes her outwards and towards acceptance of her desperate situation. “A deeply affecting film about the ordeal of the sculptor, and Rodin’s lover, Camille Claudel, who spent 30 years in an asylum.” Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian “Juliette Binoche gives yet another astonishing performance in a career of great performances.” Sheila O’Malley, Roger Ebert Reviews

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THE LAST IMPRESARIO

SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER @ 12PM VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL

LIFE ITSELF

SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER @ 2PM VENUE: NERVE CENTRE CINEMA 2

USA. 2014. Director: Steve James. Cast: Roger Ebert, Martin Scorsese, Werner Herzog, Errol Morris. Duration: 2hrs. Cert: PG. Distributor: Dogwoof

Australia/UK/USA/France. 2013. Director: Gracie Otto. Cast: Michael White, Gracie Otto, Naomi Watts, Kate Moss, John Waters, Anna Wintour, Yoko Ono, John Cleese. Duration: 1hr.32mins. Cert: 15. Distributor: Dogwoof Michael White might just be the most famous person you’ve never heard of. A notorious London theatre and film impresario, playboy, gambler, bon vivant, eccentric friend of the rich and famous. Bringing to the stage the risqué productions of Oh! Calcutta!, The Rocky Horror Show, and to the screen Monty Python and the Holy Grail, as well as introducing Merce Cunningham, Pina Bausch and Yoko Ono to London audiences, he irrevocably shaped the cultural scene of 1970’s London. 14 // FOYLEFILMFESTIVAL // 2014

White is now in his late seventies, but still enjoys partying like there’s no tomorrow. In this intimate documentary, filmmaker Gracie Otto introduces us to this largerthan-life character. Featuring interviews with many of his closest friends including Yoko Ono, Anna Wintour, Kate Moss, John Waters, Barry Humphries and of course, the man himself.

“Reminiscent of The Kid Stays In The Picture… a warm-hearted, effortlessly enjoyable journey through an extraordinary show business life.” Stephen Dalton, The Hollywood Reporter

Acclaimed director Steve James (Hoop Dreams) and executive producers Martin Scorsese and Steven Zaillian (Moneyball) present Life Itself, a documentary film that recounts the inspiring and entertaining life of world-renowned film critic and social commentator Roger Ebert. A story that is in turn personal, funny, painful and transcendent. Based on his bestselling memoir of the same name, Life Itself explores the legacy of Roger Ebert’s life, from his Pulitzer Prizewinning film criticism at the Chicago Sun-Times to becoming one of the most influential cultural voices in America. “A work of deftness and delicacy, by turns a film about illness and death, about writing, about cinema and, finally, and very movingly a film about love.” New York Times

KON-TIKI

SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER @ 4.30PM VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL

UK/Norway/Denmark/Germany/Sweden. 2013. Director(s): Joachim Rønning and Espen Sandberg. Cast: Pål Sverre Hagen, Anders Baasmo Christiansen. Duration: 1hr.58mins. Cert: PG-13. Distributor: Soda Pictures The colour blue dominates the filmmakers' palette in this visually stunning film about the real-life adventurer Thor Heyerdahl. Heyerdahl developed a theory that Polynesia was populated by settlers from South America, rather than Asia as widely assumed by the scientific community. In 1947, unable to find a publisher to print his thesis, he hatches a daring plan to cross the Pacific on a balsa wood raft, just like the ancient Incas before him. Unshakeable in his determination, Heyerdahl simply refuses to give up despite the fact that the scientific community openly mocks him. He can’t find funding for the voyage, his first recruit for the raft’s crew is a stocky refrigerator salesman, and he himself can’t swim.

Nominated for an Oscar® and a Golden Globe. “The film’s technical aspects are uniformly excellent… This is filmmaking of great ambition and ability.” Andrew Barker, Variety “A film that must be seen on the big screen…” Curt Johnson, Best Movies Ever News

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E.T. THE EXTRA TERRESTRIAL

Family Gala Premiere Screening

SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER @ 2PM VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL

Family Screening

ME, MYSELF AND MUM

(LES GARÇONS ET GUILLLAUME À TABLE) NORTHERN IRELAND PREMIERE

SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER @ 10PM VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL France/Belgium. 2013. Director: Guillaume Gallienne. Cast: Guillaume Gallienne, Françoise Fabian, Yves Jacques, André Marcon, Nanou Garcia, Yvon Back. Duration: 1hr.25min. Cert: 15. Distributor: Cinefile As a piece of cinema Me, Myself And Mum shouldn’t work. It is a confessional piece about sexual identity written and directed by French stage actor, and based on his own solo stage performance. Fortunately for all concerned it works brilliantly, relying heavily on Gallienne’s own charisma, versatility and comic ingenuity. It deals with his relationship with an overbearing mother, who brings him up as an effeminate boy while his two siblings bond with his macho father (André Marcon) and go off on rugby weekends. Guillaume indulges in more gentle pursuits, such as a holiday in Spain where he is taught to dance – except he learns all the female moves to much hilarity from the assembled company. Gallienne, in case you don’t notice, also plays his mother, leading to some nimble screen work in which they 16 // FOYLEFILMFESTIVAL // 2014

meet and converse on screen but the artifice seems effortless. Through all the indignities Gallienne emerges mostly sunny side up, completely in charge of his persona and the material. “The tone manages to be both poignant and hilarious with a Pedro Almodovaresque affection for the female of the species. It’s a crowd-pleaser and only the most stern of hearts and minds could fail to be seduced by its charm and the incredible persona of Gallienne.” Richard Mowe, EyeForFilm “Not just an amusing film chronicling a journey of self-discovery. It is also an homage to women – his mother, his aunts, his female friends – with all their faults and Guillaume’s eventual discovery of his true sexuality is both hugely funny and deeply moving.” Judith Prescott, French Cinema Review

USA. 1982. Director: Steven Spielberg. Cast: Henry Thomas, Drew Barrymore, Robert MacNaughton. Duration: 1hr.55mins. Cert: PG. Distributor: Universal Pictures International Ireland When an alien is inadvertently left behind on earth, he finds refuge with a lonely youngster named Elliot. As Elliot and E.T. bond, it soon becomes clear that E.T. must find his way home before government officials capture him and experiment upon him. Together, E.T., Elliot and Elliot’s family and friends help reunite E.T. with his spaceship. Winner of four Oscars® “This is a brilliant film about the alienated and powerless experience of being a child, especially a child forced to absorb the scalding ironies of divorce; it works as a brilliant metaphor for this pain as well being a superb sci-fi adventure.” Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian Special programme strand as part of the UK-wide season of films and events celebrating all things Sci Fi.

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SUNDAY 23 NOVEMBER @ 2PM (IN DISNEY DIGITAL 3D) VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL USA. 2014. Director(s): Don Hall and Chris Williams. Cast: Jamie Chung, Damon Wayans Jr., Genesis Rodriguez. Duration: 1hr.33mins. Cert: U. Distributor: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Ireland With all the heart and humour audiences expect from Walt Disney Animation Studios, BIG HERO 6 is an actionpacked comedy-adventure about robotics prodigy Hiro Hamada, who learns to harness his genius thanks to his brilliant brother Tadashi and their like-minded friends: adrenaline junkie Go Go Tomago, neatnik Wasabi, chemistry whiz Honey Lemon and fanboy Fred. When a devastating turn of events catapults them into the midst of a dangerous plot unfolding in the streets of San Fransokyo, Hiro turns to his closest companion, a robot named Baymax, and transforms

the group into a band of high-tech heroes determined to solve the mystery. Inspired by the Marvel comics of the same name, and featuring comic-book style action, BIG HERO 6 is directed by Don Hall (Winnie the Pooh) and Chris Williams (Bolt), and produced by Roy Conli (Tangled). FEAST, a new short from first-time director Patrick Osborne (head of animation, “Paperman”) and Walt Disney Animation Studios, is the story of one man’s love life as seen through

the eyes of his best friend and dog, Winston, and revealed bite by bite through the meals they share. The short opens on January 30, 2015, in front of Walt Disney Animation Studios’ BIG HERO 6. “Yes, it’s a super-team origin story, but one told with wit, style and human feeling.” Alonso Duralde, The Wrap

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WORKSHOPS & SPECIAL GUEST EVENTS

THE GRANDMASTER (YI DAI ZONG SHI) IRISH PREMIERE SUNDAY 23 NOVEMBER @ 5PM VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL

A CITY DREAMING IN COMPETITION FRIDAY 21 NOVEMBER @ 7.30PM VENUE: GUILDHALL Ireland. 2013. Director: Mark McCauley. Narrator: Gerry Anderson. Writers: Gerry Anderson and Mark McCauley. Producer: Chris Martin. Editors: Justine Scoltock and Michael Barwise. Executive Producer: Andrew Eaton. Duration: 1hr.5mins. Cert: 12A Producer Chris Martin will introduce this special screening. Written and narrated by Gerry Anderson, this documentary feature film is a beautiful portrait of Derry~Londonderry. A series of personal and intimate recollections of a city and its people. A story that weaves its way through half a century of history during a time that saw the city rise from poverty and neglect, to hitting the headlines across the world. Hong Kong/China. 2013. Director: Wong Kar Wai. Cast: Tony Leung, Ziyi Zhang, Cung Le, Quingxiang Wang, Elvis Tsui. Duration: 2hrs.10mins. Cert: PG-13. Language: Mandarin/Cantonese/Japanese with English subtitles. Distributor: Metrodome The Grandmaster is the highlyanticipated new film by acclaimed director Wong Kar Wai – nominated for two Oscars® and the highest grossing foreign language release in North America in 2013. Six years in the planning and three years in the making, this is an epic action feature inspired by the life and times of the legendary kung fu master, Ip Man. The story spans the tumultuous Republican era that followed the fall of China’s last dynasty, a time of chaos, division and war that was also the golden age of Chinese martial 18 // FOYLEFILMFESTIVAL FOYLEFILMFESTIVAL 2014 // 2014

arts. Filmed in a range of stunning locations that include the snow-swept landscapes of Northeast China and the subtropical South, and featuring virtuoso performances by some of the greatest stars of contemporary cinema. It begins as the story of Ip Man (Tony Leung), the legendary teacher of Bruce Lee and a master of the Wing Chun school of kung fu. It becomes the portrait of a bygone era and a lost world.

Nominated for two Oscars® “You leave this… deeply beautiful film with no doubt that you’ve seen an indisputable cinematic grandmaster in action.” Peter Travers, Rolling Stone

The narrative moves from Gerry’s childhood growing up in the city during the forties and fifties, and through to the dark days of the troubles in the late sixties. Following the recent sad death of Gerry Anderson the film has taken on an added poignancy and nostalgia as it portrays a past that has all but disappeared. “An intelligent, witty and well observed account of Derry’s past. Gerry Anderson’s narration and writing makes this a must-see documentary.” Chris Martin, Producer, A City Dreaming

“Gerry Anderson was a legend. This film is not only a love letter to his home town but a celebration of his life and voice. I am very proud to be associated with it.” Andrew Eaton, Executive Producer, A City Dreaming & Rush “A very moving experience, reaching back into the streets of Gerry’s childhood. A beautiful film that now means even more to the city since Gerry’s passing.” Michael Bradley, BBC “Gerry was so proud of this work. It was a great pleasure spending time with him creating this film. Even whilst he was not in good health he showed incredible strength, passion and commitment. I hope people get a chance to see this film.” Mark McCauley, Director, A City Dreaming Funded by Northern Ireland Screen and the British Film Institute.

Close Up on Chris Martin Producer Chris Martin’s film Peacefire won best first feature at the Galway Film Fleadh in 2008. In 2012 Good Vibrations screened at the BFI London Film Festival and picked up Best Irish Feature Galway Film Fleadh. In 2013 it won an Irish Film and Television Award. Chris’s recently completed documentary A City Dreaming collected 2nd Best Irish Documentary at Galway Film Fleadh 2014. He is now in production with official Cannes selection Director Mark Cousins’ latest documentary I Am Belfast.

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INEZ: A CHALLENGING WOMAN IN COMPETITION

NIGHT WILL FALL

SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER @ 4PM VENUE: NERVE CENTRE CINEMA 1

SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER @ 8PM VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL

NORTHERN IRELAND PREMIERE

UK/Germany/France/Israel/USA/Denmark. 2014. Director: André Singer. Producer: Sally Angel. Narration: Helena Bonham-Carter. Cast: Alfred Hitchcock, Sidney Bernstein. Duration: 1hr.15mins. Cert: 15. Distributor: BFI Ireland. 2014. Director(s): Trevor Birney and Eimhear O’Neill. Produced and narrated by Susan McKay. Duration: 40mins approx. Directors Eimhear O’Neill and Trevor Birney will introduce this screening and join the Producer/Narrator Susan McKay in a post-screening discussion. An award-winning documentary exploring the life of renowned Northern Irish trade union leader and human rights campaigner Inez McCormack, told in her own words months before she dies. Inez: A Challenging Woman is based on an interview Inez gave to her friend, writer Susan McKay, in October 2012 shortly after she learned that she had inoperable cancer and had just weeks to live. It also includes interviews with friends and colleagues of Inez, including former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, President Michael D Higgins,

former President Mary Robinson, former President of the ICTU, Patricia McKeown and leading human rights lawyer Michael Farrell. Inez’s husband, Vincent McCormack is also interviewed. The core of this moving and thoughtprovoking film is the interview in which Inez reflects on her life, her achievements and her regrets, as she contemplates her untimely death. Joint winner of the Best Short Documentary Award at the Galway Film Fleadh 2014.

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Close Up on Eimhear O’Neill and Trevor Birney Eimhear previously directed The Joy of Sets for BBC Northern Ireland. She was Associate Producer on Emmy and IFTA-award winning Mea Maxima Culpa, directed by Alex Gibney. Trevor co-founded Below The Radar in 2006 with Ruth O’Reilly who also acted as a producer on Inez: A Challenging Woman.

Close Up on Susan McKay Susan McKay is an award-winning journalist from Derry, whose work has been widely anthologised, most recently in the Penguin Book of Great Irish Reportage. She is the author of critically acclaimed books including “Northern Protestants - An Unsettled People”, “Sophia’s Story” and “Bear In Mind These Dead”.

Producer Sally Angel will introduce this screening and take part in a postscreening discussion. The hell of the Holocaust rises again in this remarkable account of how Britain’s army film unit commissioned producer Sidney Bernstein to make a documentary record of the Nazi death camps, using footage pouring in from the liberation of Belsen, Buchenwald, Dachau, Auschwitz and elsewhere. Director André Singer’s Night Will Fall charts the historical development of Bernstein’s work, combining extracts from the original film. The commentary comes partly from earlier archive interviews, particularly Bernstein speaking in 1982 (Hitchcock appears largely in voice-over), and others who were involved in the original production, and partly in interviews with contemporary historians, including

from London’s Imperial War Museum where the archive material is held and whose efforts made the final restoration possible. The final lines of Richard Crossman’s original script reveal the resonance of Singer’s title: “Unless the world learns the lessons these pictures teach, night will fall.” “Night Will Fall isn’t simply a film about the war, it documents the power of emerging technologies to reveal and publicise war crimes – something that also feels acutely relevant today.” Anna Smith, The Daily Telegraph “André Singer has produced a worthy companion piece to Sidney Bernstein’s 1945 footage of the German concentration camps.” Mark Kermode, The Observer

Close Up on Sally Angel Sally Angel spent 12 years at the BBC and produced many of the BBC’s flagship arts programmes, including Arena, Omnibus and The Late Show. She worked with Clive James and set up the BBC’s Archive Unit. Sally also worked in Senior Management as Channel Development Executive for BBC Broadcast and Commercial Channels Manager for BBC Production. Prior to joining the BBC, Sally was at TVam, where she worked with Sir Michael Parkinson, produced “Through The Keyhole”, the daily Live Breakfast Show and “Frost on Sunday”. Sally currently owns and manages ANGEL TV, a boutique production company and media consultancy which has created and produced a number of factual series for UK broadcasters.

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27th FOYLE FILM FESTIVAL 15TH LIGHT IN MOTION ( LIM ) COMPETITION AWARDS

LIGHT IN MOTION AWARDS DOCUMENTARY IN COMPETITION

LIGHT IN MOTION AWARDS DOCUMENTARY IN COMPETITION

THURSDAY 20 NOVEMBER @ 6PM-7PM VENUE: NERVE CENTRE CINEMA 1

THURSDAY 20 NOVEMBER @ 7.30PM-8.45PM VENUE: NERVE CENTRE CINEMA 1

LIGHT IN MOTION AWARDS DOCUMENTARY IN COMPETITION

FRIDAY 21 NOVEMBER @ 7.30PM VENUE: THE GUILDHALL

BEST SHORT FILM BEST ANIMATED SHORT FILM BEST DOCUMENTARY 2014 marks the 15th year of the Foyle Film Festival Light in Motion (LIM) Awards. Recipients of the LIM Award qualify for consideration in the Short Films Category of the Annual Academy Awards® without the standard theatrical run. Since 1999, the Foyle Film Festival has been an Oscar® affiliated festival – one of only a handful of festivals to enjoy this honour. In addition, Foyle Film Festival also enjoys BAFTA recognition since 2009 and BIFA recognition since 2010. For 15 years, the festival has been privileged to screen the very best in short film, documentary and animation to local audiences and to support local and international filmmakers through exhibition at Northern Ireland’s only Oscar® affiliated festival. Previous Foyle Film Festival winners and competitors who have proceeded to win the Oscar® include: Terry George for The Shore in 2012, Martin McDonagh for Six Shooter in 2006, Adam Elliot for Harvie Krumpet in 2003, and Eric Armstrong for Chubbchubbs in 2002. Other festival award winners who received Oscar® nominations include 2012 finalist Bryan Buckley for Asad,

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Michael Creagh’s The Crush, LIM Award Winner in Irish Short in 2009 and Juanita Wilson for The Door, recipient of LIM Award for Best International Short 2008. Best Animation Winner Fabrice O. Joubert also received an Oscar® nod in 2008 for French Roast.

Rising filmmakers will have the chance to learn about the transition from producing short films to feature length films through an exciting programme of panels, workshops, to case studies and screenings led by industry luminaries from Northern Ireland and beyond.

Most recently, 2013 finalist Mr Hublot won the Oscar® this year for Best Short Animation whilst the winner of Best Animation in 2011 at Foyle Film Festival, A Morning Stroll directed by Grant Orchard, was nominated at the 2012 Annual Academy Awards®. 2012 finalist Here to Fall directed by Evelyn McGrath was nominated for a BAFTA award in animation in 2013. Another 2012 finalist Macropolis by Joel Simon went on to win the IFTA for Best Animation in 2013.

Foyle Film Festival extends a warm welcome and sincere thanks to competitors past and present to celebrate the impact of the Light in Motion Awards and secure its legacy for the future.

To mark the 15th anniversary of the Light in Motion Awards, Foyle Film Festival in association with Honeycomb – Creative Works and NI Screen will host a two-day conference ‘From Shorts to Features’ from November 21 to 22. The event brings full circle the path to Oscar® and BAFTA glory that begins for so many at Foyle Film Festival.

For further information on Foyle Film Festival Light in Motion Awards, contact Eavan King, Competition Manager.

SEXWORK, LOVE AND MR RIGHT

LOVE THY NATURE

A CITY DREAMING

Amsterdam has been named the second hottest destination in the world to visit in 2013 by Lonely Planet – and interest levels in the city with its famous red-light district have never been higher. This fascinating, access-driven character documentary explores sex, love and relationships through the compelling story of sassy sexworker Lina. She ditched her pimp and now she’s looking for Mr Right in Amsterdam’s red-light windows. Has she found him in American customer Sean, or is it all just a fantasy?

Liam Neeson is the voice of “Sapiens” – our collective humankind. He feels lost as he faces his possible death due to Earth’s severe environmental crisis: a crisis that has been fuelled by humanity’s disconnection from nature. The film explores a new cutting edge science Biomimicry – which taps into nature’s four billion years of R&D for some of the most brilliant inventions, pointing to a new technological age: the Biological Revolution.

This is an intimate portrait of Derry. A walk through time using 8mm home footage and newsreel to capture the nature of a people who fought their way through poverty and neglect, always with a smile on their face. As the world outside the city changed it seemed that this would be a place forever forgotten by time and change. The quest for Civil Rights would change the city forever and the consequences of those actions threatened to plunge the city into darkness of thirty years.

Netherlands. 2013. Director: Clare Sturges. Duration: 58mins

USA. 2014. Director: Sylvie Rokab. Duration: 1hr.16mins

United Kingdom. 2013. Director: Mark McCauley. Duration: 1hr.4mins

The Festival welcomes back previous winners and exhibitors including Andrea Arnold (2005 LIM Award finalist and Academy Award winner for Wasp) and Andrew Eaton (2004 BAFTA Winner for In this World).

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LIGHT IN MOTION AWARDS SHORT FILM PROGRAMME 1

LIGHT IN MOTION AWARDS SHORT FILM PROGRAMME 2

SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER @ 12PM-2PM VENUE: NERVE CENTRE CINEMA 1

SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER @ 2PM-4PM VENUE: NERVE CENTRE CINEMA 1

OVERALL DURATION PROGRAMME 1: 1hr. 34mins

LOVERS LOOKOUT

OVERALL DURATION PROGRAMME 2: 1hr.33mins

A gentleman meets a lady sitting on a park bench at the famous Lovers Lookout, where all good love stories begin and end. United Kingdom. 2014. Director: Richard Anthony Dunford. Duration: 7mins

It’s a hot summer and a young inner-city boy, Donal, is trying his hand at cutting lawns for pocket money. His luck changes when he meets Gerry.

A GOOD STORY (EINE GUTE GESCHICHTE) When Helga Landowsky discovers a broken jug in an antiques store near the German/Polish border, she wants to have it at any cost. But the old lady has reckoned without Jakub Lato. In exchange for the jug, he wants Helga to tell him a story. Germany. 2013. Director: Martin Christopher Bode. Duration: 20mins

NAYAN & THE EVIL EYE CUTTING GRASS

Ireland. 2014. Directors: John Kennedy and Ruairi O’Brien. Duration: 12mins

BEFORE WE LOSE The love story of a mother and her threeyear-old son and the turn their lives take with her deteriorating health in the Black Sea Region of Turkey.

A young boy named Nayan finds a mysterious glass eye and discovers that it holds some dangerous powers: the wielder receives the gift of Evil Eye. Now Nayan can curse anyone he sets his eye on.

GOODBYE PAPA (TSCHUSS PAPA) Benedict is very attached to his father’s old set of medieval armour and it is the only thing that gives him any comfort after his father’s untimely death. His mother is forced to sell his suit of armour in an effort to help her son move on. Benedict must then go on a great adventure to get the armour back.

Canada. 2014. Director: Shaleen Sangha. Duration: 8mins

Germany. 2014. Director: Hendrik Maximilian Schmitt. Duration: 27mins

United Kingdom. 2014. Director: Cristhian Andrews. Duration: 17mins

LITTLE Lou is almost thirty and worried she’s too old to be lonely, single and selling popcorn in a cinema. Until she forms an unlikely friendship with elevenyear-old Josh, a little man with a big personality who teaches her that it’s ok not to grow up. United Kingdom. 2014. Director: Harry Jackson. Duration: 16mins

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THE STOMACH Frank’s had enough. A spirit medium whose unique and grotesque method of channelling the dead is putting his own life at risk, he wants out. But others, in this world and the next, have plans of their own. United Kingdom. 2014. Director: Ben Steiner. Duration: 15mins

MANO A MANO We can tolerate proximity with others on a crowded bus during rush hour, so long as we keep our hands to ourselves. But when Laura notices she shares the handrail with a very attractive stranger, she decides to slide her hand a few inches towards his. Spain. 2013. Director: Ignacio Tatay Duration: 7mins

DOOR GOD A seven-year-old girl, Lingli, has been waiting two years for her mother to come home. On Chinese New Year, the Door God goes up and Lingli learns that reality is not what it seems. China. 2013. Director: Yulin Liu. Duration: 24mins

CONTRAPELO

WAKING MARSHALL WALKER

A proud Mexican barber is forced to shave the leader of a drug cartel. As he faces the man who is destroying his country, he is confronted by a difficult decision: to become a killer, or to let this man continue to kill.

An encounter with a mysterious stranger brings unsettling premonitions, sending Marshall Walker on a desperate race through memory and time to reunite with his estranged daughter Charlotte and undo a fateful mistake, or risk being trapped between worlds forever.

Mexico. 2014. Director: Gareth Dunnet-Alcocer. Duration: 19mins

USA. 2014. Directors: Bjorn Thorstad and Gabriel Baron. Duration: 15mins FOR BOOKINGS VISIT WWW.FOYLEFILMFESTIVAL.ORG // 25


LIGHT IN MOTION AWARDS DOCUMENTARY IN COMPETITION

LIGHT IN MOTION AWARDS DOCUMENTARY IN COMPETITION

LIGHT IN MOTION AWARDS SHORT FILM PROGRAMME 3 SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER @ 6PM-8PM VENUE: NERVE CENTRE CINEMA 1

SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER @ 4PM-5PM VENUE: NERVE CENTRE CINEMA 1

SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER @ 8PM-9.10PM VENUE: NERVE CENTRE CINEMA 1

OVERALL DURATION PROGRAMME 3: 1hr 29mins

ROCKMOUNT

THE BRAVEST, THE BOLDEST Two Army Casualty Notification Officers arrive at a Harlem housing project to deliver some news to a woman about her son serving in the war in the Middle East. But whatever it is they have to say, she isn’t about to hear it.

Roy, a diminutive 11-year-old, tries to make it onto the starting eleven of his football team, Rockmount. He’s up against it; he’s younger and smaller than the other lads. Doesn’t matter. His best friend is his black Labrador and he’s serious about everything. Roy’s always thinking about the pitch. This strange boy is going places. Ireland. 2014. Director: Dave Tynan. Duration: 13mins

HOW I DIDN’T BECOME A PIANO PLAYER Ted, a nine-year-old, is the clumsiest boy in the world. Desperately searching for his vocation, he cannot find anything he is good at. The breakthrough arrives the day his father comes home with an old monstrous piano. Ted has the revelation: he will become the next Mozart. United Kingdom. 2014. Director: Tommaso Pitta. Duration: 18mins

USA. 2014. Director: Moon Molson. Duration: 17mins Image Courtesy of Derek Spiers

INEZ: A CHALLENGING WOMAN Exploring the life of renowned Northern Irish trade union leader and human rights campaigner Inez McCormack, told in her own words months before she dies. Inez: A Challenging Woman is based on an interview Inez gave to her friend, writer Susan McKay, in October 2012 shortly after she learned that she had inoperable cancer and had just weeks to live. The documentary sees Inez reflect on her life, her achievements and her regrets, as she contemplates her untimely death. Northern Ireland. 2014. Directors: Trevor Birney and Eimhear O’Neill. Duration: 32mins

This is the story of a friendship between a young filmmaker and a blind cinematographer, between Sebas and Gabor. Sebas has been commissioned to make a documentary on the work of an NGO dedicated to the prevention of blindness that wants to promote the work it is carrying out in El Alto, Bolivia. Gabor, a Hungarian filmmaker residing in Spain, has been making a living from his film camera rental company ever since he went blind on a shoot eight years ago. The film follows their experiment into working together and how they develop a common language to allow them to express their ideas visually. Spain. 2013. Director: Sebastian Alfie. Duration: 1hr.8mins

ANTHONY FOR THE BIRDS A crowd of people in Iran gather to watch the execution of a young woman, she begs everyone for help but they are terrified of the authorities and all watch as she is about to get hanged; except for one particular young man who cannot remain silent. Iran. 2014. Director: Tara Atashgah. Duration: 14mins

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GABOR UK PREMIERE

ANTOINE Since Antoine, a doctor who travels around the world, no longer takes the time to come and see her, Renee is convinced that she had been a bad mother. Luxembourg. 2013. Director: Cyrus Neshvad. Duration: 12mins

Christmas Eve. An enormous explosion tears through Lapland. Santa and his elf, Anthony, have crash-landed in the middle of nowhere on their busiest night. They have to survive the terrain and each other, getting by mostly thanks to the unopened Christmas gifts they were supposed to have delivered. United Kingdom. 2014. Director: Jonathan Van Tulleken. Duration: 15mins FOR BOOKINGS VISIT WWW.FOYLEFILMFESTIVAL.ORG // 27


LIGHT IN MOTION AWARDS SHORT ANIMATION COMPETITION PROGRAMME 1 SUNDAY 23 NOVEMBER @ 11AM-12.20PM VENUE: NERVE CENTRE CINEMA 1 OVERALL DURATION PROGRAMME 1: 1hr.20mins

TEA WITH THE DEAD

SYMPHONY NO 42 The film applies an unconventional narrative. It presents a subjective world through 47 scenes. The small events, interlaced by associations, express the irrational coherence of our surroundings. The surreal situations are based on the interactions of humans and nature.

Frank is a gentle unassuming embalmer from Ballyconneely, a small town in Connemara. After Frank has washed, disinfected, removed and replaced fluids, applied cosmetics and dressed the deceased, he always makes two cups of tea. One for him and one for the dead. 


ODE TO LOVE A lonely man on a tiny desert island is delighted when a mysterious companion is washed ashore. As their relationship blossoms the man experiences the fullness and joy of romance. But one moment of madness triggers a series of shocking events, and the man finds himself embroiled in a deadly game of deception.

Ireland. 2014. Director: Gary Gill. Duration: 7mins

Ireland. 2014. Director: Matthew Darragh. Duration: 7mins

Hungary. 2013. Director: Réka Bucsi. Duration: 10mins

THE RISE AND FALL OF GLOBOSOME In the vastness of space, there’s a small speck of rock inhabited by the most peculiar life forms: dark little dots that start to replicate fast and begin to show signs of intelligence. ‘Globosome’ tells the story of the rise and fall of these little creatures. Germany. 2013. Director: Sascha Geddert. Duration: 6mins

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BEAR STORY

MEND AND MAKE DO

CROW

DEADLY

THE DAM KEEPER

An old bear goes out every day to a busy street corner. He sets up a small wooden theatre containing tin puppets of his own making. For a coin, the bear will set the mechanisms in motion, the marionettes will start to move and a story will unfold inside the box. Through the peephole passers by will see the life of a circus bear that longs to escape and return to his family. 


Cup of tea? Come and take a seat in Lyn’s cosy front room, hear her story of love during wartime and watch as her belongings come alive with the hope, fear and humour of one spirited lady. Equal parts documentary, animation and magic, Mend and Make Do features the original voice of Lyn Schofield of Southport, Merseyside, a woman with a lifetime of tales to tell.

With unique access to the recordings of Ted Hughes reading what he considered his career masterpiece, this film tells the visceral story of CROW, the lead character from this seminal cycle of poems – a dark reworking of the Genesis story.

Deadly tells the story of Boney, a working stiff in a dead-end job. That is until he has a run-in with a spirited old lady named Bridie...

In a desolate future, one small town has survived because of a large windmill dam that acts as a fan to keep out poisonous clouds. The dam’s operator, Pig, works tirelessly to keep the sails spinning and protect the town, despite bullying from classmates and an indifferent public. When a new student, Fox, joins Pig’s class, everything begins to change.

Chile. 2014. Director: Gabriel Osorio Vargas. Duration: 10mins

United Kingdom. 2014. Director: Bexie Bush. Duration: 8mins

United Kingdom. 2014. Director: Yoav Segal. Duration: 5mins

Ireland. 2014. Director: Aidan McAteer. Duration: 9mins

USA. 2013. Directors: Robert Kondo, Dice Tsutusmi. Duration: 18mins

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LIGHT IN MOTION AWARDS SHORT ANIMATION COMPETITION PROGRAMME 2 SUNDAY 23 NOVEMBER @ 12.30PM-2PM VENUE: NERVE CENTRE CINEMA 1 OVERALL DURATION PROGRAMME 2: 1hr.13mins

NINE Nine is a haunting tale of innocence lost as the Grey Cat, afraid of losing his final life, makes a deal with the devil and gets much more than he bargained for, and loses even more along the way.

MY STUFFED GRANNY Times are hard for little Sofia, as the Greek recession is taking its toll. With her Father out of work, they rely solely on Greedy Grumpy Granny’s pension. Desperate times call for desperate measures; to what extremes will they go, when Granny is no more?

Thailand. 2014. Director: Wanichaya Phraejunya. Duration: 8mins

United Kingdom. 2014. Director: Effie Pappa. Duration: 10mins

LOAD A man is sinking under the weight of his own memories. To survive, he must confront the question: Is our past more important than life? What would we give up in order to keep on going? Israel. 2014. Directors: Niv Shpigel, Robert Moreno. Duration: 9mins

ONE OF A KIND SPEED DATING

BETWEEN TIMES

GU

Desperate to find the man of her dreams, sweet and plain Ava tries a last ditch effort,
speed dating. But the absurd cast of characters she encounters makes her wonder if
being single is not so bad after all.

From the wall of a small town bakery, a cuckoo clock recounts a day where bread was sliced one second thick, lovers fell in sync and time rarely flowed at an even rate.

A village located in the mountains of South East China practices an ancient charm, which a girl may use to secure her lover’s loyalty; this voodoo charm is known as GU. To complete the charm one must obtain a drum with a GU bug slumbering in it. The drum must be beaten to excite the bug as it readies itself to be mixed and consumed with a drop of blood of its owner. A young girl hoping to find love, decides to recreate this thousand year practice...

USA. 2014. Director: Meghann Artes. Duration: 11mins

Netherlands. 2014. Director: Ru Kuwahata. Duration: 15mins

Working backwards through time as we move along the table, the cast reverts from modern 21st Century man, onto a WWII Soldier, Tudors, Vikings, Romans and Caveman and back to the origins of life.Exploring various aspects of history and the human species including war, love and sex, all with a playful, tongue-incheek humour. United Kingdom. 2014. Director: Rok Predin. Duration: 4 mins

Taiwan. 2013. Director: Shih-Ming Huang. Duration: 16mins

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LIGHT IN MOTION AWARDS SHORT FILM PROGRAMME 4 SUNDAY 23 NOVEMBER @ 2.30PM-4PM VENUE: NERVE CENTRE CINEMA 1 OVERALL DURATION PROGRAMME 4: 1hr. 28mins

BERNARD LE GRANDV It’s Bernard’s birthday, but he is not happy about it. In a strange world where adults are selfish and indifferent, his parents never accepted him as a child. Today Bernard proudly wears his antigrowing suit, ready to face the world. Today is Bernard’s birthday. But there is no way he will turn 10.

DOMOJ Juri is growing up under deprived circumstances in a small village in the former CCCP. When his father moves to Germany to earn money for his family he has to come to grips with life without a father.

Canada. 2013. Director: Philippe Lupien. Duration: 9mins

FRUIT FLIES (FRUCHTFLIEGEN) In Cologne, taxi driver Sedat loses his job and finds himself in an absurd existential crisis. Call girl Nina has to fix a problem as quickly as possible and needs help urgently. The encounter of the two turns to a very special experience for everyone involved. Germany. 2013. Director: Bijan Benjamin. Duration: 25mins

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Germany. 2013. Director: Simona Feldman. Duration: 9min

THE AMNESIAC The Amnesiac begins and ends with a car journey as an unidentified man drives along a country road. His journey is interrupted by what might be a momentary lapse in concentration from the tedium of driving, a daydream or a rupture in the fabric of the everyday; a return to somewhere half remembered or half forgotten. Northern Ireland. 2014. Director: Willie Doherty. Duration: 10mins

ALL THE PAIN IN THE WORLD London. Christmas time. Paul is standing in front of a pet shop, looking at the animals in the window. He’s about to leave, when he notices in the tank a miniscule black fish, trapped between the glass and some seaweed. The ill-fated fish is choking and is clearly about to die. As Paul insists on saving the fish, the situation slowly spirals out of control… United Kingdom. 2014. Director: Tommaso Pitta. Duration: 12mins

BOOGALOO AND GRAHAM

IRIS Devoted teenage boyfriend Marshall worries his girlfriend Iris, who has Asperger’s Syndrome, might be losing her grip on reality when she tells him she sees another world. Canada. 2014. Director: Simone Stock. Duration: 9mins

Jamesy and Malachy are over the moon when their Dad presents them with two baby chicks to care for. Raising their tiny charges, declaring themselves vegetarian and dreaming of running a chicken farm, the two boys are in for a shock when their parents announce that big changes are coming to the family. United Kingdom. 2014. Director: Michael Lennox. Duration: 14mins

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LIGHT IN MOTION AWARDS SHORT FILM PROGRAMME 5 SUNDAY 23 NOVEMBER @ 4.15PM-6PM VENUE: NERVE CENTRE CINEMA 1 OVERALL DURATION PROGRAMME 5: 1hr.36mins

I AM HERE A lone man awakes after death and tunes into a new sound, a familiar poetry that seems to beckon him forward. Tuning into memories of his childhood and family, Michael begins to realise this strange world might lead him somewhere close to home.

RÚBAÍ

He is a silent man. He walks the streets, watching, looking for the right place. He finds it in the middle of a market. He sets up a stand. But instead of selling his goods, the silent man gives them away for free. The other sellers watch and wait. Germany. 2014. Director: Brigitte Drodtloff. Duration: 11mins

USA. 2014. Director: Micky Levy. Duration: 10mins

Ireland. 2013. Director: Louise Ní Fhiannachta. Duration: 12mins

WHISKER A homeless drifter and his dog are made to feel unwelcome in a small New Zealand town, rejected by the locals everywhere he goes. Hungry, cold and desperate, he discovers the warm lights of a pub, where it happens to be judging night of the local beard-growing contest. How far will this desperate man go to win the prize? New Zealand. 2014. Director: Steve Saussey. Duration: 11mins

PAINKILLER

SCRABBLE

ALL THINGS NICE

Clancy has chronic eczema. Day and night, she wears wet and dry bandages underneath her clothes to protect her eczema-ridden skin. Clancy has recently moved back to Belfast with her womanising father, Sean. Clancy can’t sleep, touch, play or partake. But she is good at stealing. Stealing is her pleasure. When Clancy meets Joanne she is faced with a choice between pleasure and friendship.

Theo and Barbara live a dull existence, their youthful passion long gone. In secret, he imagines what it would be like to get away from this bleak, empty existence with Barbara. The weekly Scrabble game presents unexpected opportunities – is it possible that a few simple letters could bring Theo’s dark fantasies to reality? That a chosen word determines fate?

In the cutthroat world of the classroom, sugar is king. Those with the tastiest treats lord it over the other children, forcing them to beg for the privilege of trading their lunches for a quick sugar fix. That is until one of the victims has enough of their abuse and decides to level the playing field.

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Page is a 16-year-old who dreams about being beautiful and popular. Luckily for Page, she has a special gift that just might enable her to pull off the biggest escape of all, an escape from herself!

First Holy Communion is fast approaching but as an atheist, eight-yearold Rúbaí refuses to be part of it. Rúbaí faces emotional blackmail, religious and philosophical debate and out and out intolerance in today’s supposedly diverse and modern Ireland.

United Kingdom. 2014. Director: David Holmes. Duration: 16mins

HUMAN (OMUL)

PAGE’S GREAT AND GRAND ESCAPE

Switzerland. 2013. Director: Cristian Suiser. Duration: 11mins

Ireland. 2014. Director: Derek Herbert. Duration: 10mins

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THE TERMINATOR

THURSDAY 20 NOVEMBER @ MIDNIGHT VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL

THE FLY

FRIDAY 21 NOVEMBER @ MIDNIGHT VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL

A CLOCKWORK ORANGE

SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER @ MIDNIGHT VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL

CONF14 From Shorts to Features 21 - 22 November 2014 Register now for: ─ In conversation with Andrea Arnold ─ Panels, workshops and one-to-one mentoring ─ Networking with leading film industry experts ─ Exclusive screenings www.foylefilmfestival.org

Guest speakers:

UK/USA. 1984. Director: James Cameron. Cast: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton, Michael Biehn. Duration: 1hr.47mins. Cert: 15. Distributor: Orion Pictures

USA/UK/Canada. 1986. Director: David Cronenberg. Cast: Jeff Goldblum, Geena Davis, John Getz. Duration: 1hr.36mins. Cert: 18. Distributor: 20th Century Fox

A cyborg is sent from the future on a deadly mission. He has to kill Sarah Connor, a young woman whose life will have a great significance in years to come. Sarah has only one protector – Kyle Reese – also sent from the future. The Terminator uses his exceptional intelligence and strength to find Sarah, but is there any way to stop the seemingly indestructible cyborg? Arnie’s lines are few, but he can be heard to say once, and once only: “I’ll be back!”

Seth Brundle, a brilliant but eccentric scientist, attempts to woo investigative journalist Veronica Quaife by offering her a scoop on his latest research in the field of matter transportation, which against all the expectations of the scientific establishment have proved successful. Up to a point. Brundle thinks he has ironed out the last problem when he successfully transports a living creature, but when he attempts to teleport himself a fly enters one of the transmission booths, and Brundle finds he is a changed man.

“It’s a rousing science fiction story that proves an on-screen adrenaline rush need not short-circuit the brain.” ReelViews

Mia Bays Andrea Arnold Glenn Leyburn Andrew Eaton Ivana McKinnon And more

Special programme strand as part of the UK-wide season of films and events celebrating all things Sci Fi.

Honeycomb is part-financed by the European Union's European Regional Development Fund through the INTERREG IVA Cross-border Programme managed by the Special EU Programmes Body.

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Oscar® Winner “I wish that today’s horror movies would use The Fly as a template. How wonderful it would be to sit in a theater and watch a fully developed story with real characters feeling real emotions yet with all the gore and terror one expects from such a genre feature… When the inevitable happens at the end, tears are expected.” ReelViews

UK/USA.1971. Director: Stanley Kubrick. Cast: Malcolm McDowell, Patrick Magee, Michael Bates, Warren Clarke. Duration: 2hrs.16mins. Cert: 18. Distributor: Columbia-Warner Distributors (UK) Stomping, whomping, stealing, singing, tap-dancing, violating, Derby-topped teddy-boy hooligan Alex (Malcolm McDowell) has his own way of having a good time. He has it at the tragic expense of others. Alex’s journey from amoral punk to brainwashed proper citizen forms the dynamic arc of Stanley Kubrick’s futureshook vision of Anthony Burgess’s novel. Unforgettable images, startling musical counterpoints, the fascinating language used by Alex and his pals – Kubrick shapes them into a shattering whole. “A visually dazzling, highly unsettling work that revolves around one of the few truly amoral characters in film or literature… No serious moviegoer can afford to ignore it.” TV Guide

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POLISH ABROAD

is proudly joining Play Poland Film Festival 2014 and the Foyle Film Festival for the first time. SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER @ 5PM VENUE: NERVE CENTRE CINEMA 2 OVERALL DURATION: 2HRS.21MINS APPROX

Play Poland Film Festival 2014 is the most thrilling, longest lasting and widest covered Polish film festival across United Kingdom, Canada and Norway. Audiences in Derry~Londonderry will have an opportunity to watch the newest short films during the special screenings.

MUNK STUDIO – PART II CHICKEN

THE 128TH RAT

2013. Director: Aleksandra Terpińska. Duration: 30mins

2013. Director: Jakub Pączek. Duration: 30mins

Three mates, summer weekend at the lake... but things start to get a bit complicated. Feeling not so comfy anymore, friends turn one against another – bad instincts explode. The problem needs to be solved, and who’s better in strategy then the three of them. And there it goes – the story of friendship, trust and fate.

A black-humoured comedy about staying away from the rat race, and about a wry realisation that only idiots are capable of true happiness. Paweł Burak, a much frustrated theology student, declares war on oppressive reality.

THE BOYS 2013. Director: Paweł Orwat. Duration: 21mins A story of evil evolving in a human being, of human nature and of social isolation. Two teenage boys, Michał and Kid, plan to commit a random murder.

THE RETURN 2013. Director: Ewa Bukowska. Duration: 30mins A soldier returns from another tour of duty in war-torn Afghanistan. He was there on a mission to “build a safe and secure home for other nations”. He has returned in order to use the money he earned on his tours of duty to finish building his own home. Will he succeed?

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CIVIL RIGHTS:

BEAT FREQUENCY 2013. Director: Arkadiusz Biedrzycki. Duration: 30mins Three women. One home. A shared and painful past. After seven years of living an emigrant‘s life, Natalia returns to Poland, where she left her daughter, Hela and her mother, Zoa, when she went abroad. She is ready to take on the role of a true mother. What she fails to realise, though, is that it is too late break into her daughter’s and mother’s world, the world she ran away from for years; a world once ruled by a father’s iron hand. Further details: playpoland.org.uk facebook.com/PlayPoland

WE HAVE IT IN OUR POWER TO BEGIN THE WORLD ALL OVER AGAIN

IN ASSOCIATION WITH FOYLE FILM FESTIVAL

IN PRISON MY WHOLE LIFE SUNDAY 23 NOVEMBER @ 4PM VENUE: NERVE CENTRE CINEMA 2

SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER @ 7.30PM VENUE: NERVE CENTRE CINEMA 2

CURATED BY: LYNETTE YIADOM BOAKYE AND MAOLÍOSA BOYLE SATURDAY 25 OCTOBER SATURDAY 20 DECEMBER VENUE: CITY FACTORY GALLERY The title is a quote by the political activist and theorist Thomas Paine who believed in the possibilities of change and the ultimate power of people. The exhibition and accompanying learning programme, Void Engage, looks at the Black Civil Rights movement through historical photographs, documents and contemporary art and explores how it impacted on Civil Rights in Derry and Northern Ireland. www.derryvoid.com

ADMISSION FREE

FREE ANGELA AND ALL POLITICAL PRISONERS

USA. 2012. Director: Shola Lynch. Cast: Angela Davis, Eisa Davis. Duration: 1hr.42mins. Cert: 15 Feature-length documentary about Angela Davis and the high stakes crime, political movement and trial that catapults the 26 year-old newly appointed philosophy professor at the University of California at Los Angeles into a ‘70’s revolutionary political icon. Nearly forty years later, and for the first time, Angela Davis speaks frankly about the actions that branded her as a terrorist and simultaneously spurred a worldwide political movement for her freedom.

USA. 2007. Director: Marc Evans. Cast: Mumia Abu-Jamal, Noam Chomsky, Alice Walker, Mos Def. Duration: 1hr.30mins. Cert: 15 A look at the life of imprisoned political activist and former Black Panther member, Mumia Abu-Jamal, whose death sentence for killing a police officer was overturned in 2001 due to errors made during his original 1982 sentencing hearing.

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FOYLE FILM FESTIVAL SATELLITE EVENTS HIVE PROGRAMME IN ASSOCIATION WITH FOYLE FILM FESTIVAL 2014 VENUE: HIVE STUDIO CINEMA, RÁTH MÓR CENTRE, BLIGH’S LANE, DERRY, BT48 0LZ. FOR FURTHER DETAILS ABOUT HIVE PROGRAMME PLEASE CONTACT GARBHAN DOWNEY: TEL: 028 7136 4413 EMAIL: GARBHAN@GHPRESS.COM WWW.HIVESTUDIO.ORG

TUESDAY 18 NOVEMBER @ 2pm Seanchaí: Two films from the popular Irish language series, produced by Westway Films – The Poitin Maker (30mins) and The Undertaker (30mins).

TUESDAY 18 NOVEMBER @ 3.30pm Votaí do Mhná (Votes for Women). The 2013 Irish language documentary on how Irish women obtained the vote, produced by Dearcan Media (50mins).

WEDNESDAY 19 NOVEMBER @ 2pm Free Derry 1970: Archive footage of Free Derry, including footage of rallies and funerals. Featuring John Hume, Sean Keenan, Nell McCafferty and Eamonn McCann (22mins).

WEDNESDAY 19 NOVEMBER @ 2.45pm Portrait of a City Archive: Never-before broadcast footage of Derry, from the project in 2013/14. Includes footage of De Valera’s visit to the city in the 1950s and the September 1994 ‘border-openings’ (1hr).

THURSDAY 20 NOVEMBER @ 4.30pm Launch: Valberg eBook. The press/public launch of the new enhanced eBook of the Derry-based crime novel ‘Valberg’, which features atmospheric sound and film inserts produced by Jim Curran and Vincent O’Callaghan. With Valberg author Des Doherty and filmmaker Andrew Eaton.

THURSDAY 20 NOVEMBER @ 7.30pm Resurrection Man. Feature film (1hr.42 minutes) loosely based on the activities of the Shankill Butchers. Produced by the Derry filmmaker Andrew Eaton, who will attend the screening and host a discussion on crime fiction with author Des Doherty.

ARTICHOKE PRESENTS: BURNING MAN ARTIST DAVID BEST AT THE FOYLE FILM FESTIVAL FRIDAY 21 NOVEMBER @ 8PM VENUE: VOID @ THE CITY FACTORY GALLERY

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FRIDAY 21 NOVEMBER @ 2pm The Saint and The Soldier: Documentary on the lives of Derry’s ‘two founders’ Colmcille and Henry Docwra. Written and presented by Raymond Craig.

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FRIDAY 21 NOVEMBER @ 4pm Creggan – The Documentary: The 1979 production by the late Mary Holland, featuring interviews from locals on how the events of August 1969 changed their lives.

FRIDAY 21 NOVEMBER @ 6.30pm

In March 2015, an extraordinary structure will appear in Derry-Londonderry. “Temple” is the vision of Californian artist David Best, whose soaring ornately-carved temples are ceremonially burnt at the end of the annual Burning Man event in the Black Rock Desert, Nevada, USA.

Creggan – The Sequel: The 2013 production by Michael Cooper and Dearcan Media, revisiting the estate three decades later.

In Derry, “Temple” will turn the current meaning of bonfire burning in Northern Ireland on its head. It aims to create a powerful moment of cross-community collaboration that will transform perceptions and help foster peaceful coexistence, tolerance and mutual respect.

ON FLATSCREEN TVS AT RATHMOR CENTRE, THROUGHOUT THE WEEK

Artichoke is pleased to announce an in-conversation event with Californian artist David Best in advance of his new project.

Secret Archives: Showreel of film collected by the Portrait of a City project, including footage of community events in the 1940s, De Valera’s visit to Derry in the 1950s, and never-before broadcast clips from the Troubles.

At the Foyle Film Festival, Best will discuss his work and vision for “Temple” in Derry with Artichoke’s Helen Marriage. Following the talk there will be a special screening of Burning Man: Voyage in Utopia, a film about David Best by film-maker Laurent Le Gall. Ticketing information from www.artichoke.uk.com.

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REGIONAL CULTURAL CENTRE, LETTERKENNY

THE PAST (LE PASSÉ) FRIDAY 21 NOVEMBER @ 8PM VENUE: REGIONAL CULTURAL CENTRE, LETTERKENNY

FINDING VIVIAN MAIER THURSDAY 20 NOVEMBER @ 8PM VENUE: REGIONAL CULTURAL CENTRE, LETTERKENNY USA. 2013. Director(s): John Maloof and Charlie Siskel. Cast: Vivian Maier, John Maloof, Phil Donahue, Tim Roth, Mary Ellen Mark. Duration: 1hr.24mins. Cert: 12A. Language: English & French. Distributor: Soda Pictures Critically acclaimed documentary about a mysterious nanny, who secretly took over 100,000 photographs that were hidden in storage lockers, discovered decades later, and is now among the 20th century’s greatest photographers. Maier’s strange and riveting life

and art are revealed through never before seen photographs, films and interviews with dozens who thought they knew her. “Amazing… This should be seen with other people, in the dark, on a big screen!” Michael Moore

France/Italy. 2013. Director: Asghar Farhadi. Cast: Bérénice Bejo, Tahar Rahim, Ali Mosaffa. Duration: 2hrs.10mins. Cert: PG-13 The themes of Iranian director Asghar Farhadi’s Oscar®winning A Separation are reflected in his first French film, which explores the eternally fascinating and often murky territory of the family. Bérénice Bejo (The Artist) is Marie, the woman caught between two men – her husband Ahmad who arrives in Paris to go through the paperwork of a divorce and her new partner Samir who owns a dry-cleaning business. Nominated for a Golden Globe.

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“It is understated and beautifully acted by all concerned especially Bejo’s tour de force as the woman being torn apart from all sides.” Richard Mowe, Eye For Film BOOKING DETAILS T: 00353 (0) 74 912 9186 E: jeremyfhoward@gmail.com W: regionalculturalcentre.com

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FOYLE FILM FESTIVAL @ A GLANCE WEDNESDAY 19 - SUNDAY 23 NOVEMBER WEDNESDAY 19 NOVEMBER @ 8pm OPENING NIGHT GALA TESTAMENT OF YOUTH VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL After party reception will follow the screening in Martha’s Vineyard.

FRIDAY 21 NOVEMBER @ 8.15pm ONE ROGUE REPORTER VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL

VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL

FRIDAY 21 NOVEMBER @ 10pm CAMILLE CLAUDEL 1915 VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL

SUNDAY 23 NOVEMBER @ 8.30pm CLOSING NIGHT GALA ELECTRICITY VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL Preceded by LIGHT IN MOTION (LIM) AWARDS CEREMONY

THURSDAY 20 NOVEMBER @ 6pm FINDING VIVIAN MAIER VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL

THURSDAY 20 NOVEMBER @ 8pm WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL

THURSDAY 20 NOVEMBER @ 10pm THE PRIEST’S CHILDREN VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL

FRIDAY 21 NOVEMBER @ 6pm I AM ALI VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL

FAMILY SCREENING SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER @ 2pm E.T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL

SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER @ 12pm THE LAST IMPRESARIO VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL

SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER @ 2pm LIFE ITSELF VENUE: NERVE CENTRE CINEMA 2

SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER @ 4.30pm KON-TIKI

FAMILY GALA PREMIERE SCREENING SUNDAY 23 NOVEMBER @ 2pm WALT DISNEY STUDIO’S

BIG HERO 6 3D

VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL

SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER @ 8pm NIGHT WILL FALL VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL

BFI SCI-FI SEASON THURSDAY 20 NOVEMBER @ MIDNIGHT THE TERMINATOR VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL

VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL

SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER @ 10pm ME, MYSELF AND MUM

FRIDAY 21 NOVEMBER @ MIDNIGHT THE FLY VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL

VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL

SUNDAY 23 NOVEMBER @ 5pm THE GRANDMASTER VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL

SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER @ MIDNIGHT A CLOCKWORK ORANGE VENUE: BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL

FOYLE FILM FESTIVAL 15TH LIGHT IN MOTION (LIM) COMPETITION SCREENINGS VENUE: NERVE CENTRE CINEMA 1 (except for A CITY DREAMING, Friday 21 November @ 7.30pm in Guildhall).

THURSDAY 20 NOVEMBER @ 6pm LIGHT IN MOTION AWARDS DOCUMENTARY IN COMPETITION SEXWORK, LOVE AND MR RIGHT THURSDAY 20 NOVEMBER @ 7.30pm LIGHT IN MOTION AWARDS DOCUMENTARY IN COMPETITION LOVE THY NATURE FRIDAY 21 NOVEMBER @ 7.30pm LIGHT IN MOTION AWARDS DOCUMENTARY IN COMPETITION A CITY DREAMING VENUE: THE GUILDHALL

SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER @ 6pm LIGHT IN MOTION AWARDS SHORT FILM PROGRAMME 3 SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER @ 8pm-9.10pm LIGHT IN MOTION AWARDS DOCUMENTARY IN COMPETITION GABOR SUNDAY 23 NOVEMBER @ 11am LIGHT IN MOTION AWARDS SHORT ANIMATION COMPETITION PROGRAMME 1 SUNDAY 23 NOVEMBER @ 12.30pm LIGHT IN MOTION AWARDS SHORT ANIMATION COMPETITION PROGRAMME 2 SUNDAY 23 NOVEMBER @ 2.30pm LIGHT IN MOTION AWARDS SHORT FILM PROGRAMME 4

SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER @ 12pm LIGHT IN MOTION AWARDS SHORT FILM PROGRAMME 1

SUNDAY 23 NOVEMBER @ 4.15pm LIGHT IN MOTION AWARDS SHORT FILM PROGRAMME 5

SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER @ 2pm LIGHT IN MOTION AWARDS SHORT FILM PROGRAMME 2

SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER @ 5pm

SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER @ 4pm LIGHT IN MOTION AWARDS DOCUMENTARY IN COMPETITION INEZ: A CHALLENGING WOMAN

POLISH ABROAD in association with Play Poland Short Film Festival 2014: Short Film Programme VENUE: NERVE CENTRE CINEMA 2

SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER @ 7.30pm FREE ANGELA AND ALL POLITICAL PRISONERS VENUE: NERVE CENTRE CINEMA 2

SUNDAY 23 NOVEMBER @ 4pm IN PRISON MY WHOLE LIFE (Toute ma vie en prison) VENUE: NERVE CENTRE CINEMA 2

SATELLITE EVENTS TUESDAY 18-FRIDAY 21 NOVEMBER HIVE PROGRAMME VENUE: HIVE STUDIO CINEMA, Ráth Mór Centre

THURSDAY 20 NOVEMBER @ 8pm REGIONAL CULTURAL CENTRE, LETTERKENNY FINDING VIVIAN MAIER FRIDAY 21 NOVEMBER @ 8pm THE PAST (Le Passé) FRIDAY 21 NOVEMBER @ 7pm ARTICHOKE in association with 27th FOYLE FILM FESTIVAL & VOID David Best in conversation with Helen Marriage: a radical arts project comes to Derry VENUE: VOID @ THE CITY FACTORY GALLERY

SATURDAY 25 OCTOBER – SATURDAY 20 DECEMBER CIVIL RIGHTS – WE HAVE IT IN OUR POWER TO BEGIN THE WORLD ALL OVER AGAIN in association with FOYLE FILM FESTIVAL EXHIBITION VENUE: CITY FACTORY GALLERY

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ADDITIONAL FESTIVAL INFORMATION

REFUND POLICY: We regret that tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded. Please check that you receive the correct tickets at the time of purchase. Festival staff are only available at the Nerve Centre half an hour before each screening during the festival dates. DISABLED ACCESS: Box office and festival staff are able to provide information and assistance on access to the festival venues. STARTING TIMES: Films will generally start on time but delays can be possible – particularly when guests are in attendance. PARKING AND COLLECTING FACILITIES Parking facilities are available at the Brunswick Moviebowl. FESTIVAL CLUB The Nerve Centre Bar and Venue will be open for events during the festival dates. CERTIFICATES U: Universal – suitable for all ages PG: Parental guidance with young children 12: Suitable for aged 12 and over 15: Suitable for aged 15 and over 18: Suitable for aged 18 and over The Foyle Film Festival reserves the right to make changes to the advertised programme. Special guests attend the festival ‘Schedule Permitting’ which can lead to last minute alterations. However, you will be informed if there is a problem or change with your booking. www.foylefilmfestival.org

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