Feature Film: (Saturday 17th October, 16:30 – The Old Market Hall Cinema). Royal Intelligence Ministry agent, Jayson Bend, teams up with a Swiss agent to try and stop the launch of a satellite that will turn the owner of the largest global hair salon chain into one of the most powerful men in the world.
Bette Bourne, the subject of a documentary, will speak at a Q&A following the screening of a film about his life – a life described as ‘a real life Priscilla Queen of the Desert adventure’, by the Directors, Mark Ravenhill and Jeremy Jeffs.
Karen (Audrey Hepburn) and Martha (Shirley Maclaine) are best friends, fresh out of college and establishing a new private girls’ school. Everything seems to be working out – until some of the pupils overhear an argument where Martha’s Aunt Lily accuses her and Karen of an “unnatural relationship”. Sunday 19th October 2014 @ 13:30 at the Old Market Hall.
UK PREMIERE (Saturday Shorts-Fiction-Spain) – Some friends reunite after 20 years, many things have changed since they last met. Saturday 18th October 2014 @ 10:00 at The Gateway.
WORLD PREMIERE (Saturday Shorts-Fiction-United Kingdom) – Saucy musical romp in a fruit shop. An enactment of Mark Bunyan’s infamous Fruit Song starring Mark Bunyan as the grocer. Saturday 18th October 2014 @ 10:00 at The Gateway.
UK PREMIERE (Saturday Shorts-Fiction-India) – After failing to get hot dates in town, a young teenage boy discovers a gay dating site called PR (Public Relations). Saturday 18th October 2014 @ 10:00 at The Gateway.
UK PREMIERE (Saturday Shorts-Fiction-United Kingdom) – On a lazy Sunday afternoon, she remembers being drawn to another woman’s scent. Erotic lesbian transitioning/coming out, a true story by Sarah Reilly, poet and artist. Saturday 18th October 2014 @ 10:00 at The Gateway.
(Saturday Shorts-Fiction-Ukraine) – History about not mutual love triangle between two guys and one girl. Saturday 18th October 2014 @ 10:00 at The Gateway.