You buy a ticket (either a day pass or a festival pass) and the day before the screening you will be sent a link and password (so keep an eye on spam just in case!). Each day the line up films available changes.
Tuesday 14th July
The 3 screenings are:
Sticky Toffee Pudding
Dir: Harvard John UK Feature 102 mins
Following the death of his best friend, 17-year-old Shelby struggles to readjust back into life at boarding school until popular girl Lilibet decides to take him under her wing. With the aid of her reckless and wealthy group of friends, Shelby finds himself reintroduced to a fast moving world of parties, sex and drugs — but with life after school quickly approaching and his unresolved grief threatening to pull him under, Shelby finds himself dealing with a lot more than he bargained for.
Half a Square Meter of Freedom
Dir: Inga Lavolé-Khavkina France Documentary 61 mins
Artworks coming from all over the world touch the spectators of this movie with an incredible emotional intensity. What could drive men and women, locked up behind bars for many years, to paint the portrait of their twin brother or a field of flowers? Some of these artworks can be quite disturbing as they reflect deeply what imprisonment does to a human being. A German art critic is astounded by the level of details in one painting and notices a little symbol of hope in one corner. Why are these prisoners painting? Is it a therapy, a way to escape, a leisurely pastime?
Canal (Dir: Piers Hunt, Michael Jinks) UK The Cookie Cutters (Dir: Victoria Taylor Roberts) UK The Pornographer (Dir: Nils J. Nesse) Norway Dating 2.0 (Dir: Jacob Migicovsky) UK Stationary (Dir: Louis Chan) UK Swivel (Dir: Lois Norman) UK Can’t Hide it (Dir: Richard Miller, Grant Archer) UK Quiet Carriage (Dir: Ben S. Hyland) UK