We are super proud to have 2 documentaries screening at the 19th edition of the Inverness Film Festival. Everyman by Jack Goessens and Prosopagnosia from Steven Fraser.
We encourage anyone who has yet to see the films or ever attend the Inverness Film Festival to head to Eden Court this November. The festival runs from 5 - 11 November. And there are 3 chances to see films produced by Bombito.
Jack Goessens film which stars Adam Kashmiry, Goose Masondo, Jamie Stewart and Arran Skillin is 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.
Everyman will screen twice :
As part of the Scottish Documentary Institute Bridging the Gap strand on Saturday 6 November
A special screening titled 'resilience' from Glasgow Short Film Festival films on Tuesday 9 November.
View the trailer
You can watch Steven's thought provoking stop motion animation as part of the Scottish Documentary Institute Bridging the Gap strand on Sunday 7 November.
Prosopagnosia means face-blindness and to understand this neurodiverse behaviour, the contents of a memory box are intricately explored.
Steven uses his sketchbooks, photographs and diaries to tell a unique, engaging and personal story.
Watch the trailer
Buy tickets for 5 - 9 films and tickets are £5.50 each (£5 Friends).
Buy tickets for 10+ films and tickets are £5 each (£4.50 Friends).
Only available in-person or over the phone.
Get tickets for Everyman on Saturday 6 November.
Get tickets for Prosopagnosia on Sunday 7 November
Get tickets for Everyman on Tuesday 9 November