A Dream of a Life is the powerful story of Londoner Joyce Vincent, who was found dead in her home in Wood Green in 2006. Her death remained a mystery, as she did in life. A complex, intelligent, moving and captivating piece of film, A Dream of a Life attempts to piece together the pieces of this enigmatic woman’s life.

Featuring interviews from those who knew her, imagined scenes and a view of 1980’s London, the film shows urban lives, music, culture, racial issues and love.

Film distributor Dogwoof is encouraging people to click here or on the “Demand It” tab here to let your local cinema know that you want to film to get some time on the big screen. Dogwoof will then pass on the requests to cinema bookers so they can see the nation’s appetite for the film and screen the film to those who most want to see it. Alternatively, you can get the community together and have a screening through Popup Cinema.

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