Saturday 5th November
PRIMARY - 11.30am
PRIMARY documents the 1960 Wisconsin primary for the Democratic presidential nomination, a close-fought battle between John F. Kennedy and Hubert Humphrey
The War Room - 2pm
A behind-the-scenes rendering of Bill Clinton’s 1992 presidential campaign.
Geordie Jazz Man - 8.45pm
Well known internationally as the ‘Geordie Jazz Man’, Keith Crombie was a mystery to many of his Jazz Cafe patrons in Newcastle upon Tyne’s Pink Lane and refused to bow to the changing musical tides or even the ageing process.
Sunday 6th November
Thule Tuvla - 11pm
Two opposing locales illustrate the consequences of climate change in this poetic and distinctly human film. One is Thule, Greenland, one of the northernmost towns in the world, and the site of record levels of ice-melts; the other is Tuvalu, a Polynesian island lying midway between Hawaii and Australia, and one of the first communities to face the threat of being submerged by the rising seas.
TEN BILLION - 2pm
TEN BILLION is a film written and presented by one of the world’s foremost scientists, Professor Stephen Emmott. It is based on a one man show which Stephen took to the stage of the Royal Court Theatre. It caused a sensation. TEN BILLION is a wake-up call to an unprecedented planetary emergency.
Lord Cranbrook Presents: Searching for Ali Wallace - 4.15pm
Lord Cranbrook presents SEARCHING FOR ALI WALLACE tells the story of Ali Wallace, Indonesian field assistant of eminent 19th century British scientist Alfred Russel Wallace.
Aldeburgh Documentary Festival takes place from 4th - 6th November 2016 at Aldeburgh Cinema, 51 High Street, Aldeburgh, Suffolk IP155AU