Thursday 14 November 2019

The Hampshire Records Office
Sussex Street
Winchester
SO23 8TH

7.00 – 9.30pm

The Last Mermaid

Enchanting British comedy about an ageing, overweight, brew-swilling mermaid tasked with keeping her species alive.
Directed by Fi Kelly.
Director Fi Kelly and Producer Angela Gourely will be in attendance to introduce the film and answer audience questions.

Be Good

Gritty British drama about a young girl who nds herself in danger when her desperate mother returns home late with a stranger.
Directed by James Lawes
Director James Lawes will be in attendance to introduce the film and answer audience questions.

Nation Your Nation

Pertinent British drama that questions the means by which nation states such as the UK decide who can reside in the country.
Directed by Frederick Kelly.
Director Frederick Kelly  will be in attendance to introduce the film and answer audience questions.

Dinner with Mum

Powerful and wonderfully acted drama following a mother slowly losing her mind. Starring Meryl Griffiths.
Directed by Daniel Harding.
Director Daniel Harding will be in attendance to introduce the film and answer audience questions. 

Deleted

A vital, personal and brutally honest documentary that follows the last 5 hours of a 59-years-old-man before becoming homeless. Original music score by composer Matthew Slater.
Directed by Stepan Pierre Mitchell
Director Stephen Pierre Mitchell will be in attendance to introduce the film and answer audience questions.

As the First Time

Heart-warming Italian drama exploring the power of memory and the endurance of love.
Directed by Emanuela Mascherini.

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