by Afroditi K. (follow her on Twitter: @foustoon)
The Camberwell Free Film festival is back this spring running for 10 days (from 20-30 March 2014) in various venues across SE5. Camberwell Free Film Festival 2014 is run by volunteers, events are 100% free and it is a unique opportunity to see selected films while exploring quirky, local venues.
This time, screenings are quite diverse ranging from last year’s controversial film (Blue is the Warmest Colour) to B&W horror films (The Innocents) and family-favourites (Oliver!).
See below for what’s on but hurry up as Festival comes to an end this weekend!
- 25th March – Suspiria & Possession – Horror Double Bill | The Cambria (don’t miss this hidden gem of a pub that will make you feel like you live in the 1920s!)
- 26th March – The Innocents | Saint Giles Church
- 27th March – Kwaidan | Saint Giles Church
- 28th March – Once In a Lifetime: The Extraordinary Story of the New York Cosmos | Dulwich Hamlet Football Club
- 29th March – Charlie Chaplin Shorts & Underground | Salvation Army, William Booth College
- 29th March – Blue is the Warmest Colour | Flying Dutchman
- 30th March – Oliver! | Salvation Army, William Booth College
- 30th March – Stories We Tell | The Phoenix
All events are FREE but make sure you arrive promptly for a good seat (last year’s visitors were more than 1500; you don’t want to risk it, do you?)
For more information email Victor at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow Camberwell Free Film Festival on Twitter (@CWell3FilmFest) for last minute updates.
Stay tuned and see you there!
You may also want to check the Free Film Screenings in London in March 2014.