WOMEN IN FILM 1 – International One 30/11/18

The pressures of childhood and the perils of peer groups, the search for the self and conformity conquered, self-mythologising machismo and one last great romantic gesture in the first of our programmes celebrating female creativity around the world.

Advisory Cert 15

Friday 30th November 4.00pm

NIAMOS Sc.2 (Nia Cultural Centre), Chichester Road, Warwick St, Manchester M15 5EU

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SCHOOLYARD BLUES        

Manchester Premiere

Dir: Maria Eriksson-Hecht, Prod: Farima Karimi, Wri: Pelle Rådström.

Sweden, 2017, 16 min 36 sec

It’s John’s first day at school. Unexpectedly his eleven-year-old big brother Mika shows up to follow him to assembly. But Mika has plans other than just taking John to school.

 

DON’T CALL ME BRO          

Manchester Premiere

Dir / Wri: Gina Wenzel 

Germany, 2018, 18 min 44 sec, (Cert 15)

Cheyenne is the only girl in a boys’ football gang known as “The Kick-About Crew”. One day a mysterious new boy appears at the pitch.

 

LOVE ME FEAR ME             

North West Premiere

Dir / Prod / Wri: Veronica Solomon

Germany, 2018, 6 min 6 sec, Cert PG

“What would you be willing to do for them to love you?”

love me fear me kino film women

 

JE N’AI PAS TUÉ JESSE JAMES            

UK Premiere

Dir / Wri: Sophie Beaulieu, Prod: Martin Berléand.

France, 2017, 18 min

What if the story of Jesse James and killer Bob Ford was just a glorified expression of an unlikely vision of masculinity?

jesse james kino film festival

 

SHE ROSE                                

UK Premiere

Dir / Prod / Wri: Malwina Wodzicka

Australia, 2018, 6 min 33 sec

A little girl is inspired by indigenous Australian boxer Lionel Rose to become a boxing champion herself. But first she has to conquer an unlikely opponent.

 

SOMEONE GOOD WILL FIND YOU           

UK Premiere

Dir / Wri: Leelila Strogov, Prod / Wri: Jessica Kingdon.

USA, 2016, 8 min 40 sec

A well-intentioned Chinese immigrant father tries to teach his son, David, how to “make it” in America.

 

CUBEMAN                            

North West Premiere

Dir: Linda Dombrovszky, Prod: Cinemart KFT, Ferenc Szohár, Wri: György Somogyi.

Hungary, 2017, 18 min 30 sec

An elderly man is unable to accept that he has to retire and so will not be able to complete his life’s work.

cubeman kino film festival

 

 

TRT: 93 min 09 sec

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