Caught by the River

Borderlines Film Festival 2015

8th March 2015


Taking place across rural Shropshire and Herefordshire, Borderlines film festival returned for its thirteenth incarnation. Alongside some of the bigger hitting pictures and a host of lesser known films, the festival launched the BFI funded Conversations About Cinema: Impact of Conflict, which sets out to explore the repercussions of conflict and the multiple ways this has been presented in film. For this strand of the programme, Annemarie Jacir – Palestinian director and curator (When I Saw You, Salt of this Sea) – has selected three internationally acclaimed Palestinian feature films and will include Q&A sessions with some of the directors.


Stopping off at the festival will be the Picturehouse Mobile Cinema: an articulated lorry that converts into a 100-seater auditorium!

Borderlines is ongoing until Sunday 15th March.