Jane, 14, lives on a ranch in south-west France with her father and grandfather. The sudden death of her father in a terrorist attack plunges her into a waking dream. Shot using a combination of camera and tablet, in France and Scotland, this poetic film captures the experiences and perceptions of its characters in a unique manner. The screening includes a pre-screening introduction and a post-screening Q&A with its maker, Yannik Ruault.
A BFI/Film Hub North/Hull 2017/University of Hull event, presented as part of French Film Festival UK 2017.
Screening: 14:00 - 15:30
Adult: £6 per screening, or £10 for both this screening and Aurore
Student: £4 per screening, or £6 for both this screening and Aurore
Senior citizens: £5 per screening, or £8 for both this screening and Aurore
Children 12+: £4 per screening, or £6 for both this screening and Aurore
French Film Festival 2017
- 19 November - Abrahadabra (2pm - 3.30pm)
- 19 November - Aurore (4.30pm - 6.00pm)
- 26 November - Before Summer Ends (2pm - 3.30pm)
- 26 November - The Workshop / L'Atelier (4pm - 6.00pm)
The BFI is funding ‘Transformative Film Culture For Hull’, as part of its National Lottery-funded BFI Film Audience Network and led by its lead partner BFI Film Hub North. Delivered through Hull2017 and by Hull Independent Cinema and a unique partnership of film festival, educational and archive partners from across the north, the film programme will bring a packed programme of more than 400 screenings, one-off events and film festivals throughout the year to Hull and the region. The programme reflects the BFI’s activities across the UK to bring film to audiences where there is less opportunity for them to experience and engage in film, and to support local film networks and audience initiatives. There will be much to explore, celebrate and enjoy.