Plymouth Film Festival: Family Affairs


Plymouth Film Festival: Family Affairs

Sunday 28th May 2017

6:00pm (Runtime 54 mins)
£5/ £4 Concessions, Friends and PAC Home Members

You can choose your friends, but you’re stuck with your family. Still, for the most part when you’re not fighting with them, you’re fighting for them. So join the good fight and enjoy this collection of family themed, but not necessarily family friendly shorts. Remember, blood is thicker than water… most of the time anyway.

Dir. Helena Middleton
KIN tells a story of the relationship between two brothers raised in the children’s care system, and the turning point they face when told their application for a kinship care arrangement has been denied.

A Family Affair
Dir. Marius Azokpota
Two police officers arrive on a crime scene. They find a body and a letter. But what happened?

Dir. Iván Sáinz-Pardo
Dawn. A baby breaks the silence.

Dir. Fabien Luszezyszyn
After witnessing a murder, Elia finds herself kidnapped and mistreated in the back of a pickup truck driven by the impulsive Tarek, fleeing on the country roads. Tensions rise as Yann, a giant body to a child’s mind, and Marie, a young woman on the Edge of a Nervous Breakdown and about to give birth, aren’t entirely in agreement about the situation.

A Father’s Day
Dir. Mat Johns
Today is special. Apocalypse or not.
Unexpectedly reunited with his daughter amongst the ruins of the world as they knew it, a father is determined to make this day special, even if they are already dead.

Penny From Heaven
Dir. Marlek al-Habib
Penny is dead. She can’t remember how it happened. All she does know is that she must save the souls of 1000 people before she can get her wings and become an angel.

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 Sunday 28th May 2017  6:00pm
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