The One Movie Film Festival is an exciting, rolling event brought to you by TAPE, supported by the North Wales LD Transformation Project and Film Hub Wales.
Each ‘Day’ of the festival will take place over a long weekend, where people can access the main feature along with a host of bespoke content linked to the themes and ideas within that film.
The festival has been co-produced by people accessing TAPE’s Media Club project. Follow TAPE on social media to stay up to date with the festival and to take part in the live Q&A sessions.
The festival starts on Friday 26th Feb at midday and films will be available until Sunday 28th Feb at 10pm
Larry and Sophie are in love. They bribe Tom to book them into a hotel for an afternoon’s tryst and look forward to getting to know each other, like countless couples before them. But Larry and Sophie aren’t any couple; they both have intellectual disabilities. Larry has Down’s, Sophie has epilepsy and Tom is their carer. In a world that conspires to keep them apart, will love triumph?
Interview with the Director of Sanctuary
Filmed over Zoom by TAPE’s Media Club, this is a fascinating interview with Sanctuary director, Len Collin, in which he shares stories from behind the scenes of the film and from his life in films and TV.
A short promotional film from our partners for Day 1 of the festival, Luv2MeetU – a friendship and dating agency for people with learning disabilities or autism.
Launching The Screen Presence Podcast
In partnership with the BFI
The Screen Presence Podcast has been set up to share best practice and positive working examples of how inclusion and diversity is being supported within the screen industries.
Each themed episode presents a conversation with people involved in working differently in support of greater representation and opportunity.
This podcast is brought to you by TAPE Community Music and Film working in partnership with the Inclusion Team at the BFI.
A feature length documentary by Director Len Collin. Shot over a number of years, but completed during lockdown, the film looks at the representation of disability on our TV and Film Theatre screens with an emphasis on Intellectual disability. It raises questions about inclusivity and diversity in the industry and looks at the making of Sanctuary as a model for the future. Entertaining and accessible.
With Len Collin, Luv2MeetU and the festival team
This event will be streamed live on Monday 1st March at 6pm.
Presented via Streamyard / FB Live.
Films are available for a limited weekend period, hosted on the TAPE Vimeo page. Interview content will remain accessible forever on the TAPE website with links to where films can be further accessed, if possible.
The One Movie Film Festival is supported by Film Hub Wales as part of the BFI Film Audience Network (FAN), made possible by the National Lottery
TAPE Community Music and Film
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