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Losing the Plot - A Star and Shadow Film Retreat

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Fri 15 June // 17:00 / Outside
Sat 16 June // 11:00 / Outside
Sun 17 June // 11:00 / Outside

Tickets: £55 camping pass, £70 Bubnkbed pass, £80 family pass

Losing the Plot is an annual film retreat at Burnlaw in the North Pennines organised by Star and Shadow Cinema.   It is an experiment in creating ideal conditions for the watching and discussion of alternative cinema. Over a weekend, we watch a mixture of contemporary and historical narrative, documentary, experimental and artist cinema, eat great but simple food, camp, walk and enjoy temporary community.  It's dope!

 

Friday 15 June:

5pm - arrive

6.30pm - Evening meal

8pm - A Fantastic Woman (Sebastián Lelio, Chile, 2017, 104m)

 

Saturday 16 June:

9am - breakfast

11am - Property is No Longer a Theft (Elio Petri, Italy, 1973, 92m)

1pm - Lunch

2pm - Lek and the Dogs (Andrew Kotting, UK, 2017, 90m)

7pm - Evening meal

8pm - Zama (Lucrecia Martel, Argentina, 2017, 115m)

 

Sunday 17th June:

9am - breakfast

11am - Black Panther (Ryan Coogler, USA, 2018, 135m)

1.30pm - Lunch

2.30pm - Meteors (Gürcan Keltek, Turkey, 2018, 84m)