Synopsis: Approaching the anniversary of Section 28 in the UK, we find ourselves at another crossroads as far-right groups continue to protest schools including LGBTQIA+ education in their curriculum. In a school attacked for its equality policies, what happens when the headteacher of the school is a gay man.
About the Filmmaker: Scott Hurran trained at Central School of Speech and Drama and RADA. He is a Leverhulme Arts Scholar, and received the JMK Regional Directors Bursary in 2018. He is the Artistic Director of Ecclesia and is currently Artistic Associate at Eastern Angles. He has previously held associate positions at the Mercury Theatre and Roundhouse. For his work in comedy he was named a New Creative by BBC Arts and Screen South for his work as a director and writer.
This film is showing in the The East Anglian Collection shorts screening at The Forum Auditorium on 19th November at 16:30.
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