DAWN – Directed by Jake Graf | UK | 13 mins
As dawn creeps across London, two lost outcasts meet in the darkness, more afraid of themselves than each other. As the sun begins to rise, and the veil of night is lifted, the pair are forced to look at themselves and face the harsh reality that life is sometimes what you make it, and that in the cold light of day, it takes more than the eyes to see inside a soul.
THE GIRL KING – Directed by Mika Kaurismaki | FI - CA - DE |
Raised as a prince under a conservative Lutheran court, Queen Kristina grows up with ideas for modernising Sweden and bringing an end to war. Kristina begins to rule at the age of 18 and is quickly faced with choosing between her country, a new male suitor, her people and her religion. She caused a scandal when she chose not to marry and anointed Countess Ebba Sparre, as her Bed Companion.
Fighting for her country she chooses to take control of her destiny and to find the freedom she desires.
|21.06.2016||Ritzy Brixton||Book Tickets|
|22.06.2016||Ritzy Brixton||Book Tickets|
|24.06.2016||Quad, Derby||Book Tickets|
|24.06.2016||Haslemere Hall||Book Tickets|
|28.06.2016||Chapter, Cardiff||Book Ticket|
|30.06.2016||Shortwave Bermondsey||Info Coming Soon|
|06.07.2016||Phoenix Picturehouse, Oxford||Info Coming Soon|
|11.07.2016||Errol Flynn Filmhouse Northampton||Info Coming Soon|
|18.07.2016||Phoenix Arts, Leicester||Info Coming Soon|
|21.07.2016||GFT, Glasgow||Info Coming Soon|
|22.07.2016||Eden Court, Inverness||Info Coming Soon|
|24.07.2016||Triskel Arts Centre, Cork||Info Coming Soon|
|25.07.2016||Fact, Liverpool||Info Coming Soon|
|27.07.2016||The Plough Arts Centre, Torrington||Info Coming Soon|
|11.08.2016||Hebden Bridge Picturehouse||Info Coming Soon|
|12.08.2016||Chichester Cinema New Park||Info Coming Soon|