A quietly hilarious and profoundly affecting film about Britain’s oldest amateur filmmaking club.
“I’d heard the film was a huge hit at this year’s Sheffield International DocFest, but I wasn’t expecting to be so surprised or moved by the contributors. Director Kim Hopkins expertly navigates their passions and family responsibilities as the members try to settle their differences, keep the club going and actually make some films. It’s a absolute cracker.”
“This is a grumpy, irascible, and yet likeable group… the love and solidarity they show when they’re struggling is never less than moving.” Fedor Tot, We Love Cinema.
“A warm, funny, sad celebration of community and friendship.” James Jackson, The Times.
“Lovely stuff.” Wendy Ide, The Observer.
A huge hit at this year’s Sheffield International DocFest, winning the prestigious Audience Award.