FULL LENGTH FILMS

There are limited tickets available to watch these films.

Your festival ticket does not guarantee access - you need to request a ticket.

We will announce when films are low on available tickets.
 

 1: Choose your plan on the ticket page

2: Please email selena@liveandlocal.org.uk to reserve your tickets for any feature-length film.

3: Once you have booked you will receive the access code via email from

midday on Saturday 28th.

Please take note of the age rating for these films. By booking a film you are agreeing that you are above the age rating shown. 

LESSONS OF LOVE

Only available in the UK

Certificate: 15

Free-spirited Jola, after escaping from a marital nightmare is letting loose with her friends and finds herself thrust into a new romance at a Latino dancing class. The drama evolves when the conservative powers of her generation try to justify her abusive husband. A highly cinematic and joyful journey into a woman’s battle to reinvent herself in her best age of life, when you are 69.

Directed by Malgorzata Goliszewska, Kasia Mateja

 

LOVE CHILD

Certificate: 15

 

A Powerful documentary film about an Iranian couple who had an affair while they were married to other people, a crime in Tehran, punishable with execution.

With their four-year-old son Mani they leave their homeland, taking refuge in Turkey while they seek asylum to Canada or the US.

Directed by Eva Mulvad, Lea Glob...(co-director) and Morten Ranmar...(co-director)

 

DIRT ROAD TO LAFAYETTE

Certificate: 18

 

Murdo, 15, and his father, Tom, journey from Scotland to North Alabama to visit their America/Scots relatives after the death of his mother. Murdo is an accordion player but has not played since his mother passed. He meets an old lady called Queen Monzee-ay who plays accordion. She rekindles his interest in music and invites him play a gig with her. The music becomes a wedge which drives itself between him and his father, who out of the best intentions tries to control him. Eventually Murdo transcends his father and follows the music.

 

Directed by Kenneth Glenaan

 

 

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