Granada Nights - Film Showing and Director Q&A

Wednesday 25 November 2020

1pm - 3:15pm


Granada Nights - Film Showing and Director Q&A

Hosted by - UPSU

Join a private screening of director Abid Khan’s first feature film, Granada Nights; a story of self-discovery, travel, heartbreak and belonging.

A Q&A will follow the screening and you will have the opportunity to discuss the film with its director, as well as enquire about studying abroad with Plymouth Global and a number of former exchange students. 

There will also be an opportunity to enter a draw to win a trip to Granada in 2021.

Register for a ticket here - 


A British-Pakistani tourist struggles to mend his broken heart. After a sudden breakup with his girlfriend he finds himself lost and isolated in the foreign city of Granada, Spain.

It’s only when he befriends a group of young international students that he starts to push himself out of his comfort-zone. From Easter Processions, Moorish influences and Flamenco Gypsies he immerses himself in the many cultures that inhabit the city.

With his new foreign friends, he enrols on a Spanish class, moves into their apartment and tries to restart his life. But behind every corner is a reminder of his ex-girlfriend and his struggle to find closure.

A love letter to Granada and the study abroad experience that mixes documentary with fiction to create a real and authentic heartfelt examination on the process of self-discovery. Framed in a unique aspect ratio has never been done before in the history of cinema.

During the session, you will:

  • Watch the movie, Granada Nights
  • Attend a Q&A with Abid Khan
  • Learn more about studying abroad with Plymouth Global

Register for a ticket here - 


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