Dial-A-Ride

By FHW Marketing

 

MADE IN WALES FILM

SYNOPSIS

Journeying through rural South Wales, passengers on a Dial-a-Ride bus reveal all the joys, challenges and quirks of growing older. Dial-a-Ride is a funny, uplifting documentary about a bus - a Welsh community bus to be precise - which provides door-to-door transport for elderly and disabled people living in remote areas of the Brecon Beacons. The film follows the passengers and their stories through the changing seasons, and is a touching, heartwarming look at what it means to grow old in rural Britain.

 

WELSH CONNECTION

LOCATION: The film is set in Brecon and the surrounding region. 

CAST: All the people featured in the documentary live in South Wales.

 

RELEASE

DATE: 2017

FESTIVALS: BFI Neighbourhood Cinema, Carmarthen Bay Film Festival, Aesthetica Short Film Festival, Aldeburgh Doc Fest, Wales International Documentary Film Festival, South London Shorts, LEGACY Film Festival on Ageing, Winchester Short Film Festival

 

PRODUCTION DETAILS

DIRECTORS: George Cowie and Tom Huntingford

PRODUCER: Superfolk Films

 

TECHNICAL DETAILS

LENGTH: 16.05 mins

LANGUAGE: English

CERTIFICATE: Unclassified - Powys Council Senior Licensing Officer 2017

FORMAT: HD video, PAL

 

BOOKING DETAILS

CONTACT: Tom Huntingford - tom@superfolkfilms.com

CONDITIONS: Free to book.

 

 

FILM HUB WALES PROJECTS

The film was screened for exhibitors at one of our Welsh Film Preview Days.

 

WHAT NEXT? 

This is film is covered by our Made In Wales strategy, which means if you an a Welsh exhibitor you may be eliable to submit a proposal for support. For more information click here