A new festival in Exeter celebrating Dartmoor and Devon’s rich history of ghosts, ghouls and witchcraft – Hell-Tor – will take place this November.[Read more…] about Hell-Tor Gothic film festival puts Devon on horror map
The state of our planet’s environment is, at last, increasingly at the forefront of everyone’s minds. Film is one of the most powerful platforms to illustrate the importance of protecting our unique and beautiful world, how to go about doing that, as well as evidencing the damage that has already been done. The mission of the UK Green Film Festival (UKGFF) is to enable as many people nationwide to be able to watch the most current, vital and very best of today’s environmental films.[Read more…] about UK Green Film Festival: the best of environmental films
The ¡Viva! Spanish and Latin American Festival is strutting its stuff at Calstock Arts, Cornwall.[Read more…] about ¡Viva! Spanish and Latin American Festival in Cornwall
The Newlyn film fest is calling for films as it sets to weigh anchor for its 2019 three-day festival.[Read more…] about Newlyn film fest calls for films for 3-day festival in 2019
As 2018 marks the centenary of some women getting the vote in the UK, The Transition Town Totnes Film Fest is celebrating the achievements and struggles of women.[Read more…] about Transition Town Totnes Film Festival is Visioning The Future with a focus on F-Rated films
An array of new or rarely seen films about real power and with importance for lives and communities, about climate change, food, politics, environment, wildlife are the focus of the Transition Town Totnes Film Festival, Visioning the Future.[Read more…] about Can film look into the future? the Transition Town Totnes Film Festival thinks so
From being ‘a very good film’ Borley Rectory is soon to move into the status of ‘cult classic’, and you can get to see it just as it’s about to turn that corner at the English Riviera Film Festival.[Read more…] about Classic horror Borley Rectory at the English Riviera Film Fest
We’re suckers for bigger-ers and better-ers, which is why when the Unrestricted View announcement of the 2018 programme for its North London Film Festival popped into our in-box we pricked up our ears… in the form of reading and reproducing it here for you.
Right Now Film Fest heads to The Poly Cinema in Falmouth on the 26th and 27th of March with a programme of feature documentaries that take a deeper look at power structures and inequalities in the world today.
The Exeter Phoenix is welcoming The Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme back to Studio 74 for an enlightening showcase of Japanese cinema this spring, with a selection of acclaimed films focusing on themes of ‘secrets and lies’.
One of the biggest horror film festivals in the UK is back for the 6th time in January 2018 (19thâ€“28th).
Glasgow Film Festival the city’s 14th annual celebration of film, is set to showcase fresh new cinema from Ireland and the Baltics, and that’s not all. Here’s what else to look out for including music, rebel heroes and a school disco face-off.
Encounters is now open for submissions, and is ready to welcome live-action filmmakers, animators and visual content creators to this top-notich Bristol film fest platform.
Claire Downes’ directorial debut We Can Be Heroes, which filmed at The Bottle Yard Studios and around Bristol last year, will preview at this year’s FilmBath Festival on 4 November, followed by a special Q&A with the director, producer, author and cast.
The Homeless Film Festival is the first festival of its kind dedicated to confronting and presenting homelessness issues.
Film aficionado Ashley Thorpe has been ploughing his distinct filmmaking furrow more years than you can shake a spectral fist at. And his style, tenacity and downright hard-work (plus talent obs) has been paying hard-won dividends. He’ll be sharing his rich experience -plus some new news about his Borley Rectory film -with filmmakers and film fans during the English Riviera Film Festival. Not an event to miss.
There’s good value. Then there’s ridiculously good ‘we’ll have 10 please’ value, which the Saturday offering from the English Riviera Film Festival promises to be. Our advice: scare up a group of people and mosey on down for a day filled to over-flowing of screenings, events, talks and awards.
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The latest promo for the English Riviera Film Festival sees a suave secret agent type (surely modelled on the fest’s head honcho John Tomkins) on a mission to secure six golden tickets from the festival’s six venues.
The Plymouth Film Festival has created a buzz of satisfaction around it for South West filmmakers, and it’s making its return to the Plymouth Arts Centre for its fourth year.
Submissions are still open for IWM Short Film Festival 2017, a showcase of imaginative and challenging films inspired by IWM’s collections and the cause, course and consequences of conflict.
Transition Town Totnes Film Festival got in touch with details of their third film festival, which rather fittingly will take place in three venues throughout the town. There are more than 30 films on offer -shorts and features -all of which show positive contributions to the community. There are also workshops, plus live performances that have that ‘not-to-be-missed’ air about them.
Budding wildlife film-makers, presenters and photographers will display their work at a national festival, organised by students at the University of Exeter.
Paignton Picture House is confirmed as one of the new partners in the ‘bigger and better’ English Riviera Film Festival 2017, bringing Torbay’s historic cinema into play alongside the acting and directing hopefuls of the film industry of tomorrow.
Entries are now open for one of the South West’s most vibrant and longest running film festivals, Two Short Nights.
The International Dublin Film Festival runs from February 16 to February 26. Here’s what you can expect from the film fest (sponsored by Audi, hence the A to the DIFF), which includes Vanessa Redgrave, Nathalie Baye, Kerry Fox, Ross Noble, Ben Wheatley, and Anna Friel joining top Irish talent Jack Reynor, Moe Dunford, Cillian Murphy, John Butler and Aiden Gillen on the red carpet.