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DISCLOSURE - Film Screening

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Leeds School of Arts, Cinema, Leeds Beckett University

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Two couples go to war over a child’s allegation.

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When a 4-year-old girl makes a serious allegation against the son of a politician, an attempt by the children’s parents to resolve the situation soon degenerates into a vicious confrontation.

“A unique, highly relevant gem, it marks the arrival of talent to watch” – Film Threat Review

Join us on Thursday 17th February 2022 at 5.30pm within the Leeds School of Art Cinema for a special screening of the award-nominated feature film Disclosure. The screening will be followed by a Q&A session with Mark Carey, acclaimed cinematographer for the film and NFS academic. Mark Carey will answer your questions and lead a discussion on the main themes of the film.

Awards:

  • AACTA Australian Academy Award, Best Indie Film (Finalist)
  • ATOM Award for Film and Media Excellence in Education, Best Fiction Feature (Finalist)
  • ADG Australian Director’s Guild Award, Best Direction in a Feature Film with a Budget Under $1million (Finalist)
  • Palm Springs International Film Festival 2020 (Official Selection)
  • Adelaide Film Festival 2020 (Official Selection)
  • Newport Beach Film Festival 2020 (Official Selection)
  • CineFestOz 2020 (Official Selection)
  • Gold Coast Film Festival 2020 (Best Feature Nomination)
  • Sydney Travelling Film Festival 2021 (Official Selection)
  • Margaret Lawrence Social Justice Award 2021(Winner)
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Leeds School of Arts, Cinema, Leeds Beckett University

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Based in the thriving city of Leeds, Leeds Beckett is one of the most popular universities in the United Kingdom. With over 24,000 students and 3,000 staff, our contribution to the region and beyond is significant.

We value our students' dreams and goals; our university is committed to preparing them for the world of work in the best possible way.

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