Derby Film Festival Presents

DELTA 7EVEN / Black Female Cops + Short

Friday 15th November / 3:45pm

Collecting together two documentaries that fall between short and feature length, alongside a fantastic short documentary.

Book tickets

£9.50 standard. £7.00 concessions. Free for Derby Film Festival Passholders.

15 Certificate

Also screening on

Sunday 17th November

Black Female Cops

UK   2019   55 mins

Dir: Ibrahim Clayton

In the late 1970s/early 1980s, against a background of social unrest and racial tension in the United Kingdom, four young black women made the decision to join the West Midlands Police. Black Female Cops explores the reasons they chose to join the police at such a divisive time, the challenges they faced as ethnic minority officers, both institutionally and from their own communities, and how they overcame these obstacles to become pioneers in their chosen profession. With candid interviews with the officers as they reflect on their careers, shine a light on Black-British history and ponder on how the world has changed or hasn’t changed since those times.


UK   2019   45 mins

Dir: Rosie Baldwin

A post-punk band made up of adults with learning disabilities discover their resilience, united strength and the power of creativity following the suicide of one of their members. Heart-breaking yet warm and unexpectedly funny DELTA 7EVEN is a life affirming celebration of neurodiversity and inclusion, with a unique inside into group dynamics and refusing to live a life dictated by stereotypes.

+ Short Film

The 106 Year Old Daredevil

Dir: Naomi Wallwork

New Zealand 2019 13m

At the age of 102, Jack Reynold’s family dared him to do the Ice Bucket Challenge. Now at 106 years old he holds three Guinness World Records. What set him on the path to these challenges, what keeps him going and what’s next!