"Doc 60 - 3"

Screening at Bolton Museum on Tuesday October 1st at 12.30pm

Check out our Full Festival Pass for entry to 24 blocks of film, 23 talks and 5 masterclasses

Becoming Cherrie

Nickey Larkin (UK, N)orthern Island)

Becoming Cherrie is a documentary about living with HIV in Northern Ireland.

The film tells the story of actor and performer Matthew Cavan, aka Belfast’s most-loved drag artists, Cherrie Ontop.

www.facebook.com/becomingcherrie

Shiny Object

Kevin Tikivik (Canada)
 

Just like his ancestors, the Inuk filmmaker Kevin Tikivik dreamed of becoming a great hunter. Now living in an urban setting, he reminds the viewers of the importance of returning to one's roots. 

T: @Tikivik

Double Exposed

Julie Buck (Canada)

 

Working from an 8mm film from 1960, Double Exposed is about nostalgia and the images that bind a family together.

www.juliebuck.com

The Lyrics That Took Me Home
Jan Rufus (UK)


The lyrics that took me home’ is a short documentary that explores music, art and culture. Featuring three British young South Asian women who are carving out their careers as unique artists.

When Pride Came To Town

Julia Dahr (Norway)
 

A provocative yet heartwarming story about the clash between conservatism and sexual freedom in one of Europe’s most liberal countries. 

www.differmedia.com

Drummer Girl

Sophie Hexter (Australia)

 

Her life changed in the blink of an eye. Music set her free.

www.sophiehexter.com

Life In Miniature

Ellen Evans (UK)

Kath Holden is an artist of the everyday. Inspired by the world around her, Kath's creations are whimsical yet keenly observed, and a far cry from the genteel museum pieces that her contemporaries are producing. A working-class woman from Yorkshire, Kath reflects on her life and art as she carves a place for herself in the precious world of miniatures.

www.ellen-evans.com

808: How We Respond

Ian Bell (USA)

 

On the morning of January 13th, 2018, the State of Hawaii issued a false missile warning leading millions to believe a missile attack was imminent. 

"Doc 60 - 3"

Screening at Bolton Museum on Tuesday October 1st at 12.30pm

Check out our Full Festival Pass for entry to 24 blocks of film, 23 talks and 5 masterclasses