MORNING IS BROKEN – Directed by Simon Anderson | UK | 10 mins
Sam’s brother is getting married. However, this family event doesn’t represent a milestone just for the groom. At the wedding, Sam meets Nick, who’s friendly and fond of old cars, he invites Sam to go for a drive: a pact is made and an adventure begins.
HOLDING THE MAN - Directed by Neil Armfield |AUS|
Tim and John fell in love and embarked on a forbidden high school romance that was to last a lifetime. Together they conquered countless prejudices and challenges to become champions of gay rights.
The remarkable true-life love story of Timothy Conigrave and John Caleo and their enduring love for each other has been immortalised in Tim’s own cult classic memoir and in Tommy Murphy’s award winning stage play, which has now been adapted for the screen.
Starring Ryan Corr (Wolf Creek 2) and Craig Stott play the two lovers, with solid support from some of Australia and New Zealand’s finest actors including Sarah Snook, Geoffrey Rush, Kerry Fox, Guy Pearce and Anthony LaPaglia
|20.06.2016||Picturehouse Hackney||Book Tickets|
|20.06.2016||Picturehouse Central||Book Tickets|
|21.06.2016||Chapter, Cardiff||Book Tickets|
|22.06.2016||Picturehouse Central||Book Tickets|
|23.06.2016||Bernie Grant Arts||Book Tickets|
|23.06.2016||Phoenix Picturehouse, Oxford||Book Tickets|
|23.06.2016||Shortwave Bermondsey||Book Tickets|
|27.06.2016||Duke of York, Brighton||Book Tickets|
|29.06.2016||Art House Crouch End||Book Tickets|
|02.07.2016||Belmont, Aberdeen||Book Tickets|
|04.07.2016||Picturehouse at Fact, Liverpool||Book Tickets|
|06.07.2016||GFT, Glasgow||Info Coming Soon|
|08.08.2016||Hebden Bridge Picturehouse||Info Coming Soon|