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Francis Lee’s debut feature, God’s Own Country, is the story of a young sheep farmer in Yorkshire whose life is changed forever by a migrant worker from Romania. Released in 2017 to wide acclaim, it’s won a host of awards, from the Sundance Film Festival to the Chicago International Film Festival to the Galway Film Fleadh!

"Be our guest" at this screening of the film followed by an interactive discussion – if you’re interested in queer cinema, nature, migration, belonging and the intersection between them all, you’ll be able to discover more about it here, as attendees are encouraged to think about home, migration, love and what hospitality really means to us and the characters in this intimate and moving story.

This event is suitable for ages 18+.

This event is part of Edge Hill University's Festival Hub programme.