Film Festival at the Trinity Arts Centre

21st November 2015

Trinity Arts Centre,
Gainsborough

Start time 2pm – finish 8pm.

Using the work created and with the Middlefield Lane Estate as a theme, a free-to-all event that showcases up to 5 films will be created for the Trinity Arts Centre. The films will include “Dream House”, local archive footage and independent/commercial films such as The Arbor and Gregory’s Girl. A large-scale projection on the front of the Trinity Arts Centre will also form part of the event.

Free ice cream and popcorn

PROGRAMME

Local history film created in Gainbrough in 1960’s. Supplied by MACE.

Fish Tank (120 mins]: a contemporary drama set on a 1960s estate.

Gregory's Girl (90 mins)

Esther Johnson’s delightful film The View From My Window Tells Me I’m Home (45 mins), which records the lives and thoughts of ten residents on the Golden Lane estate in London.

Part of Back to The Future 2015-2016
Middlefield Lane Estate, Gainsborough

Kate Genever and Steve Pool – aka The Poly-Technic.
Dr Ian Waites – University of Lincoln.
Alice White – LOV young peoples project.

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