WITH ALL THE WILL IN THE WORLD

German Age Rating

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In 1988, the last shipyard in Sunderland closes, ending 600 years of tradition. Thirty years later, amid the biggest regeneration project in the city’s history, a £133 million bridge is built in its place. Has the city recovered, and is there a future on the River Wear? A reflection on history and hope as told by the shipbuilders themselves.



  • Duration: 12 Min.

  • Film School: UCA, University for the Creative Arts

Also in this Program:
HOUNDS OF LOVE
PORTRAIT OF MY FAMILY IN MY 13TH YEAR
FIFTY-TWO
WARM COMEDY ABOUT DEPRESSION, MADNESS AND UNFULFILLED DREAMS

tags: Work, Documentary, History, Men

Credits

Screenplay: Daniel Appleby,Thomas Wesley

Director of Photography: Dylan Smart

Film Editor: Thomas Wesley

Sound: Doug E. Bishop

Producer: Tomas Fernandes

Director: Daniel Appleby

biography

Daniel Appleby is a documentary filmmaker from Sunderland, Tyne and Wear. His most recent film, WITH ALL THE WILL IN THE WORLD, made it into the official selection for Aesthetica, Filmschoolfest Munich and ISFVF of the Beijing Film Academy. He is currently developing a documentary about poverty and childhood set against the backdrop of northeastern England’s hardcore techno scene.

Screenings

Monday, 11/19/2018, 5:00 PM (78 Min.)
Filmmuseum
Wednesday, 11/21/2018, 10:00 PM (78 Min.)
Filmmuseum