In association with the Cove and Kilcreggan Film Society, we are pleased to host a screening of the short film Hula, followed by a Q&A with the film’s Director Robin Haig. This event will take place at Cove Burgh Hall on Thursday 14 September (from 7.30 – 9.30pm). To reserve your free ticket, please visit our Eventbrite page. This event is part of our Hands-On Cove Park programme.
About the Film:
Winning Best Drama at the BAFTA Scotland New Talent Awards in 2016 Hula is a gently humorous drama about divorcee Clara. Reluctant to engage with her Highland community, she setus up her empty-nest home as a B&B. Her first guest is an artist who introduces her to change by rearranging the beroom feng shui style. Next, a pair of elderly tourists painfully remind Clara of the joys of love. Finally a hilwalker, as lonely as she is but not nearly so stuck initiates an evening of unexpected hilarity which spurs her onwars to a new, ultimately more promising phase in her life.
About the Director:
Robin Haig is a writer/director from the Highlands of Scotland who is currently developing her first feature film, part of a trilogy, and a TV drama series based on her award-winning short Hula.
Image: Blyth Duff as Clara