At a unique Edinburgh bakery, a community of workers with learning disabilities make a variety of organic breads for daily delivery to shops and cafes in the city.
The workers interact using individual expressions, repetitive speech, and sign language, revealing intricate social relationships with each other and their support workers. In what can seem a chaotic workplace, there is a mix of sounds that can approach levels of white noise amidst the carefully structured everyday process of bread production.
Screening Formats: Digi Beta, Beta SP, DV-Cam
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Sundance International Film Festival, 2008
NOMINATED – BAFTA Scotalnd Best Short Film Award, 2007
WINNER – Black Pearl Best Short Documentary Award – Abu Dhabi International Film Festival, 2008
WINNER – Best Short Documentary Prize – International Documentary Festival on Disability, 2008
WINNER – Best Short Scottish Documentary Award – Edinburgh International Film Festival, 2007
And over 30 screenings world-wide…
Supported by: Scottish Screen & Scottish Documentary Institute
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This film was developed through Bridging the Gap, an opportunity for emerging filmmakers based in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
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