Three Short Films by Jeanie Finlay

June 5–July 2
Part of People Everyday: The Films of Jeanie Finlay

All films directed by Jeanie Finlay.

Indietracks (2016, 30 mins.) In 2007 an indiepop music festival was born in the unlikeliest of settings—a heritage steam train site in Butterley, Derbyshire. Indietracks is a film about big machines, small bands and unbridled passion.
Nottingham Lace (2010, 25 mins.) Once the Lace Market of Nottingham pounded to the heavy metal beat of its handmade lace-making machines… but no more. Cluny Lace is the last of the lace makers.
Love Takes (2008, 10 mins). Finding Mr Right is apparently as difficult at 8 as it is at 80. Love Takes charts the places that love takes us and leaves us as we fall in and out of love over a lifetime.

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