13 year old Aamir is stranded alone in the largest unofficial refugee camp in Europe. When he is befriended by Katlyn, a thinly stretched volunteer, she becomes Aamir's last hope for salvation.
Vika was born in the Soviet Union during the perestroika. But as her popstar mother and physicist father fled the country, she spent her early years as an immigrant in Northern Ireland. After graduating from Cambridge University her short doc RELATIVE MADNESS premiered at the Edinburgh International Film Festival and her narrative short KATYA & THE SCARLET SAILS won the Special Jury Prize at the International Canada Film Festival and Best Short at Fargo Fantastic Film Festival.
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Tickets go on sale closer to the event.
Our programme launches on July 20th.
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