Lizzie | FilmBath showing
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Lizzie Borden took an axe / And gave her mother forty whacks. / When she saw what she had done, / She gave her father forty-one.’ Immortalised in rhyme, the Borden murders of 1892 continue to hold a grim fascination – despite the real Lizzie’s acquittal. Now comes a ‘sensitive and stylish take on the legend’ (The Hollywood Reporter), starring Chloë Sevigny as Lizzie – a woman trapped in a suffocating household with a tyrannical and unloving father and a chilly stepmother. The arrival of a new maid (Kristen Stewart) brings matters to a head, especially after she and Lizzie start to explore their attraction to one another.
FilmBath presents Lizzie.
FilmBath is the new umbrella organisation encompassing five constituent parts:
The F-Rating champions women in the industry by highlighting films directed by, written by and starring women with a Fairtrade-type stamp
FilmBath Festival (previously Bath Film Festival) screens the best new and upcoming films from around the world with a stimulating and eclectic programme of films, workshops and film events in venues across Bath and beyond
The IMDb Awards support and reward emerging talent with the Script to Screen Award and the New Filmmaker Award
FilmScore offers 14-19 year olds the opportunity to write a score for a short film and we help them begin a career in film composition
Pop-up Screenings show popular films in hard to reach areas around Bath and North East Somerset to low income communities, focusing specifically on families.
Our mission is to champion and showcase diversity on screen and behind the camera to as widely inclusive an audience as possible, and to inspire exhibitors to programme more diverse films both in the UK and beyond.
Find out more about FilmBath here.