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Rebel Film Festival: OPEN COMMS.

Saturday 2nd June 2018

Communication isn’t always easy, and intentions can often be distorted - whether an old fashioned letter, or a voice from beyond the grave. Join our heroes and heroines as they attempt to get their voices heard.


Saturday 2nd June 2018

The Silent Child centers around a profoundly deaf four year old girl named Libby who is born into a middle class family and lives in a world of silence until a caring social worker teaches her the gift of communication.

Rebel Film Festival: F**K THE SYSTEM

Saturday 2nd June 2018

How’s life working out for you? Probably alright if you’re here I imagine. Cracks are certainly beginning to form though, and more people are finding themselves falling through them. It’s time to rise up. Damn the man!

Rebel Film Festival: TAKE A CHANCE

Saturday 2nd June 2018

Sometimes you can pinpoint an exact moment when a choice you made set you on an unstoppable course. Sometimes it’s just a series of escalating decisions, or a chance encounter. Either way, a ringing phone just has to be answered right?

Rebel Film Festival: WELCOME TO THE GRIND

Saturday 2nd June 2018

Sometimes life can feel pretty hard going and make you want to break away from the monotony. Whether you’ll make it or not is another question of course; probably best to just stay put and keep spinning that wheel.

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Upcoming Events

Thank you so much to everybody who donated to our Crowdfunder campaign!

We’ll be in touch with donors by email before the end of January with details about rewards.

We exceeded our target of £10,000 to raise £11,745, and were blown away by all the kind comments of love and support.

Thanks to Plymouth City Council who donated £5000 to the campaign from the City Change Fund.

Big thanks to the our brilliant suppliers and cultural partners across Plymouth who donated rewards: Salcombe Dairy, Summerskills Brewery, Canton Tea, Tolchards, Ocean Studios, Plymouth Gin.

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