Kinofilm: Made Up North
- Mon 20 Nov 2017
- 6:30 pm
Made Up North
There’s boxing and truancy, relationships and responsibilities, self-destruction, self-discovery, and the healing power of football in a programme with a distinctly regional accent.
(Wri / Dir: Jack King, Prod: Garry Paton, UK, 2016, 15 min)
Haunted by infertility and the breakup of his relationship, Terry is forced to face the reality of being left behind.
(Dir: Keith Farrell, Wri: Hannah Salt, Prod: Philip Meachem, Leah Blackaby, Star: Wil Johnson, Ciaran Griffiths, UK, 2017, 15 min)
Brutalised at home and bullied at school, Job’s only answer is to lash out at the world around him. But when a chance encounter leads him to his local boxing club, his life takes an unexpected turn.
(Wri / Dir: Aaron Dunleavy, Prod: Marco Cervi, UK, 2016, 12 min, 20 sec)
Two teenage boys break free from school to embark on a dangerous adventure, as they truant their way across the threatening industrial landscape which surrounds them.
(Wri / Dir / Prod: Jonathan Kemp, UK, 2017, 14 min 58 sec)
Lee is faced with a difficult decision; to face up to his responsibilities and move on, or continue in fear and live to regret it.
THE SPIRIT OF ’58
(Wri / Dir / Prod: Patrick Nicholls, Star: Jody Latham, UK, 2016, 13 min 56 sec)
A heartfelt look at hope, football, the father-son bond, and pre-millennial working-class Manchester.
HIT & RUN
(Wri / Dir / Prod: Hannah Pike, Star: Jack Deam, Katie West, Max Beesley Sr, UK, 2016, 19 min 52 sec)
If Tennant’s Super did Pretty Woman. In the north of England…. An alcoholic desperate to end his life encounters a prostitute desperate to start hers.