Charity Screening of Doorways and Cathy Come Home
A charity screening of the short film drama Doorways followed by Ken Loach's ground-breaking 1966 drama Cathy Come Home is being held at the GFT in aid of Shelter Scotland.
About Charity Screening of Doorways and Cathy Come Home
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Scottish Premiere of the macabre short film drama DOORWAYS, about a newly-evicted young girl and her relationship with a homeless veteran who believes his street colleagues are being abducted from the city sidewalks.
The short film will be supported by CATHY COME COME, director Ken Loach's ground-breaking 1966 drama which studied the issue of homelessness through the eyes of a young mum whose life descends into poverty and homelessness.
Proceeds from the screening with be donated to the homeless charity SHELTER SCOTLAND.
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