SAT 20, JULY

THREE DOCUMENTARY FILMS

VENUE: Killearn Kirk, Killearn Village. G63 9NL

10:30 AM START

Coffee Morning Film
Coffee Morning Film

Scottish climber Hamish in his 80's has friends Michael Palin and Chris Bonington help him beat Dementia.  An up-lifting film.

1HOUR 21MINS (2019) PG £8

PRICE INCLUDES COFFEE AND CAKE

DARK CLOWN

Peta Lily's clowning technique brought to life from the filming of her workshops.

 

RE-APPEARANCES V9 VIMEO

A snap-shot of the life of Ricky Romain, painter, human rights activist and Indian Sitar player.

 

A GIFT OF CULTURE 

A GIFT OF CULTURE explores the power of healing with music for traumatised children.  It features Nigel Osborne, Emeritus Professor at the University of Edinburgh.  Professor Osborne is one of the world’s experts on the use of music therapy for people of all ages suffering from war trauma and other neurological and psychological problems.

The film is set in Bosnia and Herzegovina where summer-camps are held for the children.  They participate in horse-riding, football, music and music therapy.  They end the camp with a performance created and performed by the children.

 

(2007-2019)  1h 21 mins | £5 or £12 for the day | N/C PG

*IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SEE THESE FILM'S ONLY TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR*

FBI Surveillance

When Journalist Assia looks into rumours of surveillance in her Arab-American neighbourhood she uncovers one of the largest FBI terrorism probes conducted before 911 and reveals its enduring impact on the community.

 

(2018) 1 h 26 mins long | £5 for this film or £12 for a day of films | 

N/C PG

*IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SEE THIS FILM ONLY TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR*

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