With the 2011 Japanese tsunami as a backdrop, Jennifer Rainsford's debut feature is an epic odyssey on how humans and nature rebuild and heal after catastrophe.
Presented in partnership with BFI Doc Society and Northern Ireland Screen (as part of BFI NETWORK).
From the makers of Gaza, comes a new cinematic odyssey that penetrates deep below the surface of Beirut, a still beautiful, yet deeply troubled city on the brink of financial collapse.
One dress changes everything for a family in Dionne Edwards’ spirited debut, which investigates Black masculinity and family structures.
Claire Dix's fiction debut comedy-drama stars Barry Ward (Jimmy's Hall, Extra Ordinary) as a recovering addict who cares for his stubborn, terminally ill sponsor by taking him on a day out in their beloved Dublin.