Doc 60 – 4

Total: 59 mins 48 secs

An hour of interesting short docs from a traditional sport lasting 900 years, to the acceptance of moving to a Scottish rural community.  We get to grips with a self-reflective piece exploring gender transition, and look at the effects and trauma that war can have on soldiers.

Wednesday 13th October Available for 48 hrs from 4:00pm Wednesday 13th October Available for 48 hrs from 4:00pm
Friday 1st October 12:30pm - Bolton Museum & Library In venue attendance for this screening is FREE


Louis Hollis
United Kingdom, 2019
16:47 mins
UK Premiere
For two days each year a 900 year old ball game, Shrovetide, is played out across the hedgerows, streets, rivers and back gardens of the small English market town of Ashbourne.


Jack Goessens
United Kingdom, 2021
10:55 mins
A personal, visual essay about gender transition – focusing on the social context and implications and exploring how the world is different living as female compared to being perceived as male.

Against the Tide

Giulia Candussi
United Kingdom, 2021
13:24 mins
A small community on a remote Scottish island lives in deep connection with the land and the weather. This film follows a woman, Gill, during the final stages of her trial period. Will she be accepted and become a full-time member of the community?