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This astonishing, immersive environmental documentary began life as a nature conservation video about one of Europe’s last wild-beekeepers. The scene is an abandoned village in North Macedonia where Hatidze, a woman in her mid-50s, harvests honey sustainably, the traditional way.
Macedonia’s stunningly beautiful and quietly powerful entry to the Oscars and Sundance winner is a strange ecological fable in documentary form that resonates with audiences in this portrait of a vanishing way of life. Part of the festival’s Climate & Ecological Emergency strand
Dirs. Tamara Kotevska & Ljubo Stefanov (Macedonia 2019, 97 mins cert PG)
Doors and bar open 6.30pm, film starts 7pm. Advance tickets from Oxfam Bookshop and Civic Hall, Holmfirth or online via festival website.
Adult £5, child £4