Crystal Palace International Film Festival 2016: Documentary Night II
The second in a series of incredible documentary screenings
Directed by Melanie Brown, Anna Patton
In 2012, women’s boxing was included in the Olympics for the first time ever, sparking a sudden rise in popular appeal. Lesser known are the fights outside the ring that led to this tipping point. Some still carry the bruises. Through their stories, ‘Unladylike’ reveals what draws women and girls from every walk of life to boxing.
RT: 38m UK
- Thao’s Library (UK Premiere)
Directed by Elizabeth Van Meter
Born in Saigon near where U.S. planes sprayed Agent Orange, Thao lives with severe physical deformities. Despite this she has set up a library and needs books.
A woman in New York is struggling to cope after the sudden death of her famed younger sister. In the midst of her crippling depression, she learns about Thao and decides to help.
RT: 88m USA
- Dinosaur island
Directed by Anthony Lewis
Some History and fun about the Crystal Palace Dinosaurs featured in our posters.
RT: 4m UK
Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Doors open: 7pm. Films start promptly at: 7:45pm. Bar available and food on sale from the scrumptious Comfort & Joy.
Virgo Fidelis School, West Norwood
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