Derby Film Festival Presents

The Good Neighbour + Short

Saturday 16th November / 3:45pm

A young woman fights to keep her farm afloat in the face of an absent husband, disappearing workers and multiple sclerosis diagnosis. Her stubborn nature keeps her going when she finds a mysterious stranger in need of help. Melding social commentary with light touch science fiction, The Good Neighbour creates a vision of Britain caught in an atmosphere of fear and distrust.

Tell me more

For fans of Take Shelter (2011), Arrival (2016), Never Let Me Go (2010) , The Road (2009).

Book tickets

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

15 Certificate

Director:Jonathan Reid-Edwards
Running Time:113m

Also screening on

Monday 18th November

+ Short Film


Dir: Allison Miller

USA, 2019, 12 mins

A young woman copes with chronic pain via unconventional means while searching for a cure. But the cure presents a new and gruesome reality. A strong directorial debut that twins magic realism with the social media age.