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Venue: Fletton House, Fletton Way, Oundle PE8 4 JA, on the first floor.

There is a lift. Car parking facilities at the rear of Fletton House.

Tickets: £8, or all three films for £18 if purchased at the same time.

Estate, A Reverie


  Wednesday 18 October 7.45pm
    Director: Andrea Luka Zimmerman
    Certificate: U
    Runtime: 1h 23m
    Release: 2015

A deeply moving portrait of a community in East London living on the Haggerston Estate - built on land that was originally part of the estate of the astronomer Edmond Halley, later demolished and recreated in the 1930s as a model housing estate for London’s working class. The estate’s constituent blocks are named after characters from Samuel Richardson’s Clarissa. The film mixes lyricism, literary recreation, gritty realism and music. It is poignant and real, deeply felt and important… a paean to survival, dignity, solidarity, a paean to a community in the face of erosion.

'An enthralling and uplifting celebration of the resilience of humanity in flux.' Andrew Kottin


From Cremona to Cremona


  Wednesday 15 November 7.45pm
    Director: Maria Averina
    Runtime: 1h 15m
    Release: 2016

Violins. With all the strings! A film that delves into two European towns united by a tradition of violin-making. At the Cremona factory in Bulgaria, the apprentice luthiers dream of travelling to Cremona in Italy to learn the art of shaping wood at the home of the Stradivari tradition. Ivan, a young apprentice with a love for wood and a passion for making high quality instruments, follows his dream. Faced with love, homesickness and poverty he fights to realise his destiny of returning to Bulgaria to create an instrument with the sound of a Stradivarius. Follow his journey and see if it happens.

'This warm film gives a charming insght into the world of people grappling with tradition and competition.' Richard Foord

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