Six shorts from the Scottish Documentary Institute’s emerging talent initiative Bridging the Gap on the theme of love, and special addition of Pouters by Paul Fegan from BTG 2012. This is a kaleidoscope of intimate and thought-provoking stories: love in the face of death, love that drives you, unspoken desires and the complicated love we hold for home and family.
Crannog by Isa Rao/UK/2018/13 mins
Ululation by Carina Haouchine/UK/2018/10 mins
The Racer by Alex Harron/UK/2018/10 mins
I Don’t Want to Call It Home by Léa Luiz de Oliveira, Nisan Yetkin/UK/2018/10 mins
El Hor by Dianne Lucille Campbell/UK/2018/13 mins
Stretch by Jay Bedwani/UK/2018/12 mins
with a special addition of Pouters by Paul Fegan/UK/2012/17 mins
This screening will be introduced by Scottish Documentary Institute Director Noé Mendelle
About Bridging the Gap
Bridging the Gap is one of the leading documentary new talent initiatives in the UK, offering intensive training and commission opportunities to emerging UK-based filmmakers. The programme helps filmmakers to develop their 10-minute documentary projects and allows them the chance to work closely with industry professionals.
The films produced to date have enabled the filmmakers to take successful first steps in the industry, picking up awards, BAFTAs, special mentions and festival screenings in 60 countries worldwide.
This screening is held by the Scottish Documentary Institute in collaboration with Northern Ireland Screen, and is a part of the Bridging the Gap Inspiration Workshop Belfast.
For more information on the 2018 open call for Bridging the Gap RED, please click HERE