A decade ago God gave Anne Wallace a mission in a dream: to save the souls of the working women of Glasgow. The unlikely vehicle was a purple double-decker bus, and ever since, Anne has been offering support through tea, soup and the words of the gospel, whether they are listened to or not.‘Night Shift’ is a portrait of Anne and two of the women aboard the bus as they cope with the hardest of circumstances, finding in each other their own, unlikely, saviour.
Screening Formats: HD Cam, Digi Beta, Beta SP, DV-Cam
SPECIAL MENTION – Glasgow International Short Film Festival 2012
WINNER – Best Documentary Award – Filmvideo Montecatini Film Festival 2012
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Edinburgh International Film Festival 2011
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Encounters Short Film Festival 2011
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Puerto Rico International Film Festival 2013
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Filmmor Women’s Film Festival 2013 (Turkey)
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Cinesol Film Festival, USA, 2012
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Indianapolis Film Festival, USA 2012
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Glasgow Short Film Festival 2012 (UK) – Special Mention
OFFICIAL SELECTION – DocHeads screening London 2011 (UK)
OFFICIAL SELECTION – UnderWire Festival – London 2011 (UK)
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Inverness Film Festival 2011 (UK)
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Document 9 Human Rights Film Festival 2011 (UK)
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Bristol Encounters International Film Festival 2011 (UK) (competition)
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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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