Sunday 8th August Screening 14:00 – 16:00
A selection of the very latest and best documentaries from all over the world.
Filmmaker: James Harrison
A naturalistic Documentary following the life of popular Guernsey Politician John Gollop, who has Aspergers syndrome.
The film sees the Channel Islands most well known character both in his professional and social surroundings.
(16:00, Documentary, UK, 2009)
A cautionary tale of three characters whose DIY projects have got out of hand.
Unable to afford a fully-functioning boat each has bought a landlocked craft in varying states of dilapidation.
We watch as they work on their ultimate escape project.
(8:25, Documentary, UK, 2010)
Filmmaker: Nathan Rae
A unique prtrait of Britain on the move, told from the unusual perspective of a hitchhicker and the strangers who invite him into their cars and lives.
(10:00, Documentary, UK, 2009)
Filmmaker: Jody Wiltshire
One Tough Cookie’ is a short documentary about Hannah, a fifteen year-old girl with severe cerebral palsy.
The film explores Hannah’s daily life as well as the facets of her personality from a personal and honest view-point.
(5:00, Documentary, UK, 2010)
Filmmaker: Alan Van Wijgerdn
A visit to the site of an old disabled school, now a nature reserve, with memories and archive footage of the school.
(7:00, Video Art, UK, 2009)
Filmmaker: Kameron Stroud, Alexandros Papathanasiou
Reflections of the memories of six middle aged people about the sixties.
We examine feminist movement, drug addition, cultural revolution and political unrest through the experience and perceptions of these interviewees.
(21:35, Documentary, UK, 2010)
Filmmaker: Jess Blake
The creation of the Magnificent Revolutionary Cycling Cinema and their first gig on the Art Trail of The Big Chill 2007.
(9:58, Documentary, UK, 2007)
Filmmaker: Artiom Barkun, Matt Swan, Patrick Smith
We view a fish market, unbiased by comment or narrative.
(4:00, Documentary, UK, 2010)
Filmmaker: Eddie Singleton
Another micro short about Ska tribute outfit badness-AKA.
Both “Cover King” and “The Bridge” are films cut from a bigger film project about the entertainment and cabaret circuit. Badness have traveled five time around the circumference of the World.
In a distinctive bus that doubles as their local pub . . .
(8:31, Documentary, UK, 2009)
Filmmaker: Peter Gregory
Pete UM’s adventures at Strawberry Fair 2004.
(4:00, Documentary, UK, 2002)
Filmmaker: Nick Golebiewski
Critical Mass? No it is not Nietzsche, Luther or anyone else that is critical of mass at a church.
Critical Mass is a really big bike ride…
(2:30, Documentary, US, 2005)
Filmmaker: Derek Thorne
A visual dictionary of Tanzanian slang, in which five young people select five popular slang words and explain their meanings by using drama and interviews.
Written and filmed by six young people from the Makolongoni ward of Iringa.
(14:05, Documentary , TZ, 2007)