Tue 25th March 2008 18:10 to 18:10
A directors' omnibus that is more jam session than standard three-parter, the film follows a train journey of Scottish football fans, a widow on the way to her husbands memorial, a lovelorn professor and a family of Albanian refugees. One director takes from the next as different characters mingle and wander into each other's stories.
Wed 19th March 2008 18:00 to 20:00
Novelist and screenwriter Don Snyder returns to St Andrews for an informal discussion with students about screenwriting and the film industry. Spaces are limited - but this is a must for anyone who even has a passing interest in film and, especially, in writing either novels or film scripts.
Tue 18th March 2008 17:15 to 19:15
Professor Brian Winston discusses the concatenation of problems facing the Post-Griersonian Documentary, focusing on issues of epistemology, ethics, and the digital impact on evidentiary objectivity.
Tue 11th March 2008 18:10 to 18:10
The documentary follows a beauty pageant staged by female inmates of a Siberian prison. It is here we meet three women all bound by long prison sentences. Through their story emerges the complex narrative of the first generation of women to come of age in Post-Soviet Russia.
Wed 5th March 2008 18:00 to 21:00
On Wednesday 5 March, the novelist and screenwriter Don Snyder is going to be in St Andrews to present his award-winning film, Fallen Angel, and to discuss screenwriting with students.
Tue 4th March 2008 18:10 to 20:00
'Was there or wasn't there a revolution in this town, just east of Bucharest?' asks this comedy from Romania. While the revolution that saw Nicolae Ceausescu arrested, tried and executed within in a week was broadcast live on television, what happened in a small town east of Bucharest is less straightforward.
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