Saturday 18th May, 4.30pm
Session ticket: £3.50
Whole festival ticket: £12 - click here to purchase
Suitable for: ages 16+ (Includes films dealing with challenging themes which some viewers may find triggering)
Duration: 55mins of films
Other: This event takes place in our River Room, which has unallocated seating.
Director: Lucy Rose
Emma goes on a hike to try and get some fresh air and much-needed isolation. The film explores mental health and how it can have long-term effects - a hand to hold isn't always the magic solution to psychological illness.
Director: Jesper Emborg
A dramatic account of grief and self-realization, when 64-year old Gavin reveals to his grown-up daughter, Victoria, that he's been living a lie during his 35 years of marriage and now intends to be true to himself.
Ipler (The Yarn)
Director: Gokce Pehlivanoglu
A Greek-Turkish couple and their little daughter, travel with their caravan in the Turkish seaside of the Aegean Sea. This time however, their journey ends with a fantastic reflection of a tale that the parents always tell to their daughter.
Director: Ethan McDowell
lúbtha is a short film inspired by true events and follows the story of a teenager dealing with his sexuality whilst having to grow up in early 90s Northern Ireland.
Followed by Q&A and a short comfort break
The Awards ceremony followed by drinks, nibbles and a networking opportunity will be at 7.30pm.
All tickets include a £1 booking fee. There is an additional charge of £1 for postage. For groups of 9+, you will need to call 01992 531500 directly.
Are you a wheelchair user or do you have limited mobility?
Please contact the box office in advance on 01992 531500 who will arrange seating for you and book your tickets.