The inaugural Vagabond Film Festival takes place over the final weekend of IF: Milton Keynes International Festival 2018. From IF:2018’s base in Campbell Park and screenings in the public realm, to a floating cinema on the canal, Vagabond will celebrate the moving image in all its forms. Featuring premieres, animation, special family events, international films, talks, Q+A’s and a 48-hour Filmmaking Challenge

MK Gallery is delighted to host several screening and events as part of MK’s first film festival. Listings for each day can be found below or visit www.vagabond.org.uk for more information and bookings. 

Thursday 26 July


10 - 11.30am – Short Films In Competition 

12 - 1.15pm – Revolt, She Said: Women and Film after 1968 - Daisies (1966.  Dir.Vera Chytilova. 76mins) 

2 - 3.45pm – A Ciambra (2017. Dir. Jonas Carpignano. 118mins) 

4.30 - 5.45pm – Even When I Fall (2017. Dir. Sky Neal / Kate McLarnon. 93mins) 

6.30 – 8.15pm – Uncle Art (2018. Dir. Lucy Lowe. 75mins) 


Friday 27 July

10-11.30am – Short Films In Competition 

12-2pm - Short Films made by Deaf Filmmakers. Curated and introduced by Samuel Dore

3.45-5.15pm - Short Films In Competition 

6-7.30pm – Short Films In Competition 

8-10pm – 48 Four Film Challenge Short Film Programme and Prize Giving 

Saturday 28 July


10-12.30 - Animation Nation Workshop – Circus 

4-5.30pm - That Summer (2018. Dir.Goran Olsson. 82mins) 

7-9pm – The Big Flame (1969. Ken Loach. 85mins) + Q+A with Producer Tony Garnett 


Sunday 29 July


10 -12.30 - Animation Nation Workshop – Migration/Journeys 

3.45 – 5.30pm - New Town Utopia (2018. Dir. Christopher Smith. 80mins ) + Q+A with Christopher Smith