Flatpack Festival
Jan02

Flatpack Festival

But Flatpack is not just a festival – it’s also a state of mind. Actually, that’s overstating it, but it’s not confined to one time or place. The annual event was spawned from the year-round antics of 7 Inch Cinema, originally a mixed-media filmnight at the Rainbow pub in Digbeth. This grew to embrace inflatable cinema-tents, archive detective-work and DVD compilations, and ten years on we continue to produce our own projects and...

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Approaching Lines Festival
Jan02

Approaching Lines Festival

19-22 March, the 2nd Annual Approaching Lines International Festival of Surf presented by REEF sees Newquay play host to three nights of international premieres and award winning features from across the globe – a line up of films to inspire, enlighten and entertain while redefining the parameters of possibility. Accompanied by audiences with filmmakers and wave riders of note as well as a curated showcase of the most relevant...

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Keswick Film Festival
Jan02

Keswick Film Festival

Themes this year include the work of women film directors, a celebration of jazz – very apt for Keswick with its well known Jazz Festival, and an exploration of the relationship between film and memory. There will also be a showcase of the ‘best of the fests’ – a selection of award-winning films from prestigious festivals across the globe, such as Berlin, Cannes, Venice and Toronto. To keep up to date, make...

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February 2016 at BFI Southbank
Dec26

February 2016 at BFI Southbank

SEASONS UNFAITHFULLY YOURS: THE COMEDIES OF PRESTON STURGES – a season that offers the opportunity for audiences to discover some of the funniest films ever made. From audacious screwball comedies to divine lunacy and biting satire. Tuesday 2 February, 18:10 – TALK: Sarah Churchwell on Preston Sturges and the Art of the Classic Comedy JEAN-LUC GODARD PART TWO (Three part season runs Jan – Mar) – BFI Southbank continues its celebration...

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Food on Film Festival
Dec26

Food on Film Festival

The festival aims to banish the winter blues, celebrate different tastes and cultures, new local produce and of course kick off the year in flamboyant style! At the heart of the festival is the stunningly beautiful community of Kingussie in the Cairngorms National Park. It is known for its resilience and volunteer spirit, certainly where many community run events find it a challenge to stand the test of time, this festival has gone...

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