The CHE Film Prize

Now in its second year the CHE Film Prize offers an award of £2,000 to the film which best reflects the aims and objectives of CHE in its fight for social justice. Last year's winner was Julian Shaw for an Australian documentary, Darling! The Pieter-Dirk Uys Story about a heroic figure whose fearless campaigns for Aids education have influenced generations of South African school children. A jury with representatives from CHE and the LLGFF will also include a film specialist or community representative. All films in the LLGFF programme are eligible for consideration and the short list will be announced in the run-up to the Festival. The award will be presented during the Festival itself.


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Festival News

24 May 2010
Enjoy highlights from this year's festival at venues nationwide
18 May 2010
A season of plays, films and discussions looking at the complexity of women and political power.
11 May 2010
Emmy nominated writer and performer Jeffrey Solomon appears in his critically acclaimed solo play.
5 May 2010
Hear about the making of this heart-warming documentary at a free gala screening on Sunday 16 May.

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