Our film programme is finally complete and once again, our programmer, David Miller, has
assembled a weekend of films that will delight you, challenge you, entertain you and occasionally,
wonder 'what was that all about?'
By way of a change, we are starting with a foreign language film on Thursday - Godland is a really
cinematic opener, with the Icelandic landscape forming the backdrop to a tale of jealousies and
Our guest this year will be Hassan Nazer, who will introduce his film Winners, on Friday evening.
Iranian cinema has long been a staple of the festival and Winners will be a delightful addition to that
body of work.
There is a strong French contingent this year, led by Full Time, featuring a bravura performance from
Call My Agent's Laure Calamy. At the time of writing it was scoring 100% on Rotten Tomatoes, for both critics and audience reaction.
There are some cracking titles at Rheged too - and the shuttle bus will be running on Sunday. Eo
looks to be an intriguing donkey's-eye view of the world and as a KFF first, a film from Bhutan.
Lunana: A Yak In The Classroom is a gorgeous tale which has been sponsored by Keswick company KE
Adventure Travel who run a variety of treks to this spectacular kingdom.
But don't listen to me - you will make up your own mind about what to see and I can't wait to see