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British Winters (15) - Free Film Screening

Tuesday, 5 December 2017 - 7:00pm
 
With intro and Q&A from producer Steve Swindon & writer/co-director Andrew Turner 
 
A film shot on location in North Wales and made almost entirely by an army of volunteers has made it to the big screen.
 
BRITISH WINTERS – a tale of one man’s struggle with apathy and despondency – is the first feature film for writer Andrew Turner and producers Old Colwyn-­based charity TAPE Community Music and Film.
 
The film, 105 minutes long and adapted from the book of the same name, will tour cinemas and community film clubs after being given a 15 rating by the British Board of Film Classification. Shot entirely on the North Wales coast over a month, the film tells the story of 30-­something Noel Winters, stuck in a dead-­end job and in need of a change of direction.
 
 
Crucially, this film has enabled people from across the community to successfully gain experience of working on a feature film. The diversity and inclusion presented through the British Winters project is remarkable and should be used as an example of how things can be done differently. 
 
Join writer/co-director Andrew Turner and producer Steve Swindon as they present the film and share the inspiring and fascinating story of its journey from page to screen. 
 
Catch BRITISH WINTERS (15) on our big screen on Tuesday 5th December 2017. Doors at 7pm. Entry is free
 
Certificate 15 - over 15s only. 
 
  
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