PATHWAYS – COMMUNITY FILMS FROM SALFORD
Five films made with Salford's community by leading lights of the genre…
REELmcr presents Wasted, made with young people in Clifton, and written by Stella Grundy. Young Liam wakes up in a police cell with no idea how he got there. But his skin is bright orange…
Salford Community Media Partnership (SCMP) premieres Salford Revisited in which a young man returns from war in Iraq and struggles to rebuild his life with the support of his estranged father.
Creative Industry in Salford (CRIS) presents two films, Situation Vacant, a comedy dealing with the strains and stresses of job hunting, and End of Cycle, an exploration of the isolation caused by mental health issues and addiction.
Produced by REELmcr, and written, directed and starring Lower Kersal Young People's Group, You Can't Buy Time takes a journey back to Salford in 1910. A magic coat takes Jack time travelling where he meets some very familiar people who will change his life.
Salford Arts Theatre, Westerham Avenue, off Liverpool Street, M5 4BS
THE SALFORD FILM FESTIVAL
Friday 20th November – Tuesday 24th November
All events are free – further details here