DRIVE production info / synopsis / screenings
Narrative fiction film.
Duration: 22 mins.
Format: Super 16mm Sep Mag. Beta SP
Director: Raina Haig
Writer: Pamela Woods
Producer: Nick Price
Cast: RAY: Larry Dann
MARY: Kate Layden
CHEMIST: William Leslie
CHEMIST'S ASST: Alison Johnston
DRIVE is the first film ever to generate and record an Audio-Description (or Audio-Vision) track at production stage. The A_D narration facilitates access for visually-impaired members of an audience. [cf. A-D Notes]
A-D Narrator: Bob Peck
MARY and husband RAY drive through a bleak north of England landscape en route to visit their son's grave. An accident with a dog, however, heralds a day of near disasters. Road-rage, shop lifting, queer bashing - all feature in this day in the life of an emotionally-estranged couple.
Leeds International Film Festival, UK
Birmingham International Film Festival (Opening Gala), UK
3rd Festival Europeo Cinema Handicap, Torino, Italy
1st London Disability Film Festival, UK
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