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Barry Brown is a big man. A broken man. No longer the soldier he once was. His breakfast table is set for one. He wanders a house that was once a home. Whatever he feels for the family he once had, whatever happened to them, remains unspoken. He is alone with his secrets. He seldom leaves the house and no one rings the doorbell. Until today.

MannIN Shorts will be featuring at our 'Celebrate Manx Filmmakers' screening on Wednesday 8th November. MannIN Shorts is a creative initiative, first started back in 2011 to help inspire and educate emerging filmmakers on the Isle of Man, be that directing, cinematography, make up, production, acting, writing, props, the list goes on and they do it all. Led by a team of industry professionals, the scheme is a fantastic incubator of homegrown creative talent.

Check out more of MannIN Shorts' creativity, followed by another Manx produced short film, Leni Leni, on Wednesday 8th November at Films in Peel
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Films in Peel started in November 2008 to provide a cinema in the West of the Island. Since then it has gone from strength to strength and runs two programmes a year – from January to May and from September to December. It is entirely independent and solely run by volunteers.

Support your local cinema.

Films start at 7.45pm unless otherwise specified. Doors and bar open at 7.00pm.

Tickets are £5 online at, from Celtic Gold in Peel, Thompson Travel in Port Erin and Shakti Man in Ramsey or on the door.

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General Information
Films in Peel is a member of Cinema for All, the national support and development organisation for community-led cinema: community cinema, film clubs and societies.Cinema for All

Films in Peel is on the BFI Neighbourhood Cinema website

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Upcoming Films

Oct 25 @ 7:45 pm – 10:00 pm Centenary Centre
Beautiful Oscar nominated Documentary about the live experience of the best band ever to come out of Liverpool. FILM STARTS AT 7.45PM. DOORS OPEN 7:00PM. Runtime: 2hr 17min | Cert: 12A Documentary, Music Online Tickets | Facebook Event | Trailer Directed by
Nov 8 @ 7:45 pm – 9:30 pm Centenary Centre
Creative masterpieces from the Isle of Man FILM STARTS AT 7.45PM. DOORS OPEN 7:00PM. Cert: 12A Documentary, Music Online Tickets | Facebook Event A fabulous reel of funny, inventive short films from Mannin Shorts, filmed in some stunning locations around the
Nov 22 @ 7:45 pm – 9:30 pm Centenary Centre
Oscar nominated for Best Film / actor , Jeff Bridges gives one of his best ever performances. FILM STARTS AT 7.45PM. DOORS OPEN 7:00PM. Cert: 15 Crime, Drama, Thriller Online Tickets | Facebook Event| Trailer A well-crafted Western about the collision
Dec 13 @ 7:45 pm – 9:15 pm Centenary Centre
“I fart in your general direction! Your mother was a hamster, and your father smelt of elderberries!” FILM STARTS AT 7.45PM. DOORS OPEN 7:00PM. Cert: 12A Comedy, Adventure Online Tickets | Facebook Event| Trailer History is turned on its comic head