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.
Camberwell’s Free Film Festival kick starts this season with a packed schedule followed by festivals later in the year in New Cross and Deptford, Herne Hill and Peckham and Nunhead.
Stay tuned and see you there!
You may also want to check the Free Film Screenings in London in March 2014.