This rare and intimate portrait explores a young woman’s perspective about living with albinism – a condition which has often made her an outsider – who is determined to lead a normal life.
“I’ll never be able to drive a car, but that’s about it” she says as she climbs the highest indoor climbing arena in Europe.
Screening Formats: Digi Beta, Beta SP, DV-Cam
HONOURABLE MENTION – Picture This…Film Festival! Calgary 2009
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Interfilm Festival 2008
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Edinburgh International Film Festival 2007
OFFICIAL SELECTION – The Community Channel tx September 2008
NOMINATED – BAFTA Scotland Best Short Film Award 2007
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Dokument Art, Germany 2008
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Interfilm Festival, Berlin 2008
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Reykjavik Short Film Festival 2008
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Ad Hoc: Inconvenient films Human Rights FF Lithuania 2008
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Expression en Corto 2008
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Doxa Festival, Vancouver 2008
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Tribeca Film Festival 2008 – short film competition
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Upshot – BFI Showcase Screening, London 2008
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Britspotting Festival: Berlin, Cologne & Stuttgart 2008
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Celtic Film & Media Festival 2008
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Shoot First Screening, Edinburgh 2008
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Disability Film Festival, London 2008
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Ofensiva International Film Festival, Poland, as part of “New National Cinema – Scottish Focus” Dec 2007
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Festival Film Dokumenter, Indonesia 2007
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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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