Documentaries FREE SCREENING, Fri 26th Feb

Fri 26th Feb, Gullivers  2.00pm    Tickets now available here.


Family secrets and traumas, dying traditions, factories, fish, environmental concerns and a little bit of parody in a selection that proves once again that most of the best stories tend to be true.


Seven Days A Week                         NORTH WEST Premiere

Dir / Prod: Tal Amiran

UK (2015), 9 min 53 sec, Cert PG

Paul, 65, opens his newspaper stall in North London at 4:40 in the morning and works seven days a week, all year long. He has been working at the stall on and off since he was 10…


The Bicknell                         NORTH WEST Premiere

Dir / Prod / Wri: Genevieve Bicknell

USA (2015), 17 min 2 sec, Cert PG

“I belong to a family that I’m not sure I want to belong to. We have a crest that we emblazon on t-shirts, we write genealogical books about ourselves, and every year we compete in a fancy-dress golf tournament…THE BICKNELL…”


Ob sich die Sehnsucht vererbt / Is Longing Hereditary?

Dir / Wri: Gitte Hellwig, Prod: Urs Kind

Germany (2015), 13 min 30 sec, Cert PG)

“My grandfather was a radio operator on a fishing boat. When he left my grandmother, my father was twelve years old. He left his photo album to my father.  After my father was gone, his love became our longing. Can longing become a sickness?”


Eat My Dream  

Dir / Wri: Jessica Duerwald

Germany (2015), 8 min, Cert 12

Impressions of a Norwegian fish factory


The Red Dust                         NORTH WEST Premiere

Dir / Prod: Ilona Kacieja

UK (2015), 16 min 23 sec, Cert PG

An exploration of the former site of the Ravenscraig Steelworks in North Lanarkshire, Scotland.


Norma’s Colours                         NORTH WEST Premiere

Dir / Prod: Florence Kennard

UK (2015), 12 min 4 sec, Cert PG

Following the death of her mother, Norma, Tina inherited her astonishing belongings; a collection built up during the course of Norma’s eighty-nine years.


Is it Dead Yet?

Prod / Dir: Kelly Wenham

UK, 7 min 23 sec, Cert PG

Norm is always super-positive despite suffering from a serious illness . He receives a controversial method of treatment from his less than sympathetic wife, Pat. Their miracle child Micky is just that… a miracle.

TRT: 84:15

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