Note: Only 60 seats as in the Rose cinema due to the closure of the main cinema.
Denmark 2018. When a desperate call to the police from a kidnapped woman is unexpectedly cut short, the receiving officer embarks on a race against time to rescue her. The film, a riveting and intense thriller with twisting revelations that are impossible to guess, won the Audience Award for Best Film at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. Running time: 85 minutes. Danish with English subtitles. Classification reason: strong language.
Short item: Two of the three recipients of the Anthony Pickavance Bursary will present their 10 minute showreels preceded by a short introduction.
- Michael Pearce (digital effects and colourist student). Michael Pearce is currently a Colourist studying at The National Film and Television School, undertaking a Masters in Digital Effects. Since February 2018, Michael has over 100 credits to his name, including music videos, documentaries, short films, commercials and feature films. Michael interned for Company 3 during summer 2018, which is one of the biggest finishing houses in the world. He hopes to return after graduation to work for them as a Junior Colourist.
- Jozephine Hannon (directing science and history MA student). Jozephine Hannon has worked in the film industry for a number of years within VFX & primarily in the camera department. She has thoroughly enjoyed her career up until now but have always hoped to combine her film experience with her passion for wildlife. Directing & Producing Science & Natural History is her dream course. The MA course at the NFTS marries together technical camera abilities and knowledge of production processes with her huge appreciation for the natural world and conserving it. Jozephine is aiming, through her studies at NFTS and work experience within factual content producing companies, to develop a solid grounding to advance into this inspiring area of filmmaking.