Showing as part of the Glasgow Film Festival in a gala screening, Tell It To The Bees was filmed in Scotland and features BAA’s Tori Burgess.
When mill worker Lydia (Holliday Grainger) is abandoned by her philandering husband, she struggles to pay the rent and feed herself and son Charlie (Gregor Selkirk). Local doctor Jean (Anna Paquin) is one of the few to help and a friendship develops that blossoms into a romance that will scandalise the town. Director Annabel Jankel has crafted a sensitive adaptation of the Fiona Shaw novel that captures oppressive small town life and the way love has the power to challenge narrow minds and deep-rooted prejudices.
Director Annabel Jankel, novelist Fiona Shaw, screenwriters The Ashworth Sisters, and cast members Gregor Selkirk, Emun Elliott, Kate Dickie and Lauren Lyle will attend the screening at Glasgow Film Theatre on Fri 22 Feb.
Showing Friday 22nd February and Saturday 23 February at the Glasgow Film Theatre.
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