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    Caravan of The Lost and Left Behind

    £8.09 £8.99
    Eva and her son Torin have to leave London and move back to Ireland. Eva to find the daughter she left behind and Torin from a life that was threatening his freedom. It is about dislocation and becoming unanchored and the need for a home and belonging and the disturbance when you're wrenched out of your environment.

    Gallows Pole

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    From his remote moorland home, David Hartley assembles a gang of weavers and land-workers to embark upon a criminal enterprise that will capsize the economy and become the biggest fraud in British history. They are the Cragg Vale Coiners and their business is 'clipping' the forging of coins, a treasonous offence punishable by death.

    GHOST SIGNS:Poverty and the Pandemic

    £10.80 £12.00
    Stu Hennigan delivered emergency medicine and food parcels during the the first 6 months of Covid 19 in inner city Leeds. GHOST SIGNS highlights the issue of 21st century poverty and how a decade of Austerity has devastated our most vulnerable communities.

    Handsworth Times

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    It is 1981, factories are closing, unemployment is high, the NF are marching and the neglected inner cities are ablaze as riots breakout across Thatcher's fractured Britain. The Agarwals are facing their own personal nightmare but their pain is eased by family, friendships and a community that refuses to disappear.

    King Crow

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    Leonard and Hungry Paul

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    LEONARD AND HUNGRY PAUL is the story of two friends who ordinarily would remain uncelebrated. They change the world differently to the rest of us: we try and change it by effort and force; they change it by discovering the small things they can do well and offering them to others.


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    Panenka has spent 25 years living with his disastrous mistakes and begins to rebuild an improvised family life with his estranged daughter and her seven year old son. Faced with losing everything, he meets Esther, and together, they find resonance in each other's experiences and learn new ways to let love into their broken lives.


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    Jimmy Noone walks from one side of a sprawling city to the other, looking for Betwa, a friend he found and lost on the city streets. Jimmy becomes the catalyst for lost lives colliding, exposing stories of tenderness, displacement and tragedy and the subtle threads of commonality which intersect them all, making the invisible, visible again.

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