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SEAHORSE

Dir: Jeanie Finlay

30 year-old Freddy wants to start his own family, and as a gay transgender man he faces unique challenges. This collaborative and lyrical story is about what makes us who we are.

Part of Say What Happened - Nick Fraser selects, a series of films curated by former Storyville editor and BAFTA award winner to coincide with the launch of his new book.

Ten years after the passing of his wife and partner, Jeanne-Claude, installation artist Christo sets out to realise The Floating Piers, a project they conceived together many years before.

STONES HAVE LAWS

Dir: Van Brummelen & De Haan & Tolin Erwin Alexander

The Maroon community in Suriname share their experiences of battling Dutch colonialists; and a way of life in which non-human persons such as stones and rivers co-govern.

Embarking on a series of frank discussions with other women who have experienced FGM/C, filmmaker Magoko considers whether she should take a journey into the unknown and have reconstructive surgery.

Chris Smith’s film about the very driven, fanatical horror film director Mark Borchardt and his best friend Mike Schank is a brilliant cult classic. Chosen by you, playing on the big screen for one exclusive showing.

Featuring rare interviews with his family and colleagues, never-before-seen footage, Pavarotti is an in-depth, no holds barred look at the life, career and lasting legacy of the musical icon by Academy Award winner Ron Howard.

HAMADA

Dir: Eloy Domínguez Serén

Abandoned in a refugee camp in the middle of the desert ever since Morocco drove them out of the Western Sahara forty years ago, the Sahrawis are a forgotten people.

On 22nd July, 2011, 69 people, mostly teenagers, were murdered by a far-right terrorist. Four survivors meet in Northern Norway with twelve young Norwegians to share their experiences and reconstruct their memories.

EARTH

Dir: Nikolaus Geyrhalter

Several billion tons of earth are moved annually by humans – with shovels, excavators or dynamite. Nikolaus Geyrhalter observes people, in mines, quarries and construction sites, engaged in a constant struggle to take possession of the planet.