Tuesday 12 November 2019

The Science Centre
Telegraph Way
SO21 1HZ

7.00 – 9.30pm


A brave Israeli drama about two sisters forced to confront their beloved father’s mental illness and commit him to a mental hospital.
Directed by Lee Gilat.  
Director Lee Gilat and cowriter Bat-el Moseri will be attending the screening to introduce the film and answer audience questions.

I Grew a Statue

Evocative German story of a man who is unable to distinguish between his real mistress and the dummy of her he creates.
Directed by Aaron Arens.

I'm Listening

In this warm Finnish drama a Night Radio host is forced to refect on her life choices after receiving a call about the end of the world.
Directed by Katja Korhonen.
Producer Ville Sivoen and Production Assistant Mr Anssi Korhonen will introduce and take audience questions.


A lyrical story of a boy whose life is overshadowed by the legend of his grandfather, until he unravels his father’s lie.
Directed by Welby Ings.


An ageing stalker pits his wits against a young poacher in this stunning British drama. Starring Seán McGinley & Ewan Mitchell.
Directed by Christopher Andrews.

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