Welcome to Film at Cample
Explore our upcoming online screenings, along with our screenings archive, below.
On Clogger Lane (Andrew Black, 2022) + Director Q&A
Andrew Black’s experimental documentary weaves through the Washburn Valley between Otley and Harrogate, examining the infrastructures of capital on land overshadowed by a monstrous satellite surveillance station, submerged beneath reservoirs, haunted by accusations of witchcraft, and populated by the traces of generations of past inhabitants.
In the Várzea Queimada community in northeast Brazil there is a high rate of deaf population. Access to the learning of Libras - the official Brazilian sign language - is scarce, so the Várzea Queimada’s deaf community have created their own language. This film will be preceded by Miranda Pennell’s short film You Made Me Love You (2005, UK, 4 mins).
56 min | 2019 | Brazil
When Lloyd Aereo Boliviano, one of the world’s oldest airlines, went bankrupt in 2008, many of the employees decided to continue working. Seven years later, they still check life vests, stitch covers for plane seats and manage their books despite their planes remaining grounded.
80 min | 2015 | Bolivia, Denmark
Justino, an Indigenous widower in Brazil, lives his life according to set patterns. He works long shifts as a security guard, then returns to his family in the Amazon. His life becomes disrupted when his daughter wants to study medicine, manifesting itself in the form of a mysterious fever.
99 min | 2019 | Brazil