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Kim Longinotto is one of the UK’s most ambitious documentary directors. Her latest examination of a less-visited life focuses on Letizia Battaglia, who has spent four decades photographing the deeds of the Mafia. This has made her the target of murder attempts, and a hero to locals, who are less than enamoured of a Mafia-led existence. The film covers both her chequered personal life and the effects of her work on the Mafia’s grip, showing the consequences of unlimited dictatorship and one woman’s retaliation.

Followed by a FilmBath interview with director Kim Longinotto

Sponsored by Margaret Heffernan & Dr Lindsay Nicholson

Supported by Earthsong

With huge thanks to both our Gold Stars: IMDb, Earthsong, GWR and BFI Filmhub SW and to our Silver Stars: HSH Motor Group, Marshfield Farm Ice Cream, Bath BID, GoCompere, The Norie Trust, Solitude, FCB Studios, TSL Consulting and No15 Gt Pultney.

Ticket prices

Standard £13
Concession £11.25
Sofa £14.50
Sofa Concession £12.25

Kim Longinotto

Letizia Battaglia

94 min

Ireland, USA

Release year


Short film
Plus: Blood Bikers, David Hayes, UK, 10m

Preview screening courtesy of Modern Films