Festival listings

18/08/2010

Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival 10
15 – 19 September, 2010
Berwick-upon-Tweed
http://www.berwickfilm-artsfest.com/

Festival listings

Wednesday 15 September, 7pm: Opening Gala – The Keystone Cut Ups (sugg. 12), 90 mins, The Maltings Theatre, £7 / £6.

Thursday 16 September, 10am-5pm: Workshop – Building a Cultural Business in the Age of Austerity, WorkSpace, £30.
2pm-3pm: Artist talk – Corin Sworn: A Viewing Subject, Shoregate Ice House, free.
6pm: The Last Summer of La Boyita (sugg. 12), 93 mins, The Maltings Theatre, £6 / £5.
8pm: The Illusionist (PG), 90 mins, The Maltings Theatre, £6 / £5

Friday 17 September, 2pm-4pm: Artist talk – Zoe Walker and Neil Bromwich: Dancing Borders, Town Hall, free.
2pm-5pm: Workshop for 19-25-year-olds – London 2012 Film Nation: Shorts, WorkSpace, free.
5pm: Factory Nights (artists’ event), Martins the Printers, free.
6pm: The Mouth of the Wolf (La Bocca del Lupo) (sugg. 15), 74 mins, The Maltings Theatre, £6 / £5.
7.30pm: Wherever I Lay My Hat (sugg. 15), 75 mins, The Maltings Henry Travers Studio, £8 / £6.
8pm: Karaoke (sugg. 15), 75 mins, The Maltings Theatre, £6 / £5.
8.30pm: Guy Sherwin: Caught in the Light (sugg. 12), 60 mins, The Holy Trinity Church, £6 / £5.

Saturday 18 September, noon: Polish Animations for the Whole Family (sugg. U), 60 mins, The Maltings Theatre, £4 / £3.
2pm-4.30pm: Animation workshop, suitable for children 7+, William Elder Building, £3 / free with ticket to the Animations screening.
2pm: Berwick Film Academy Showcase (sugg. 12), 60 mins, The Maltings Theatre, £4 / £3.
2pm: South, with new score by BJNilsen (U), 88 mins, Gymnasium Gallery, free.
4pm: Shorts Programme – International Selection (sugg. 15), 70mins, The Maltings Theatre, £4 / £3.
6pm: Freetime Machos (sugg. 15), 86 mins, The Maltings Theatre, £6 / £5.
7.30pm: Wherever I Lay My Hat (sugg. 15), 75 mins, The Maltings Henry Travers Studio, £8 / £6.
7.30pm: All Tomorrow’s Parties (sugg. 18), 82mins, followed by a DJ playing music from the film, The Barrels Ale House, £4 / £3.

8pm: The Wish Tree (Soovide Puu) (sugg. 18), 85 mins, The Maltings Theatre, £6 / £5.

Sunday 19 September, 10am-5pm: Workshop for 17-19 year-olds – London 2012 Film Nation: Shorts, William Elder Building, free.
11am-5pm: Workshop – Unravel: The Longest Hand-Painted Film in Britain, The Maltings Stage Door Bar, free.
Noon: A Night at the Opera (U), 91mins, The Maltings Theatre, £4 / £3.
2pm: Young Filmmaker’s Showcase (PG), 75 mins, The Maltings Theatre, £4 / £3.
5pm: Archive Screening, JJ Films – Revisited (sugg. U), 60 mins, The Maltings Theatre, £4 / £3.
7pm: Vintage Radio Plays Performed Live (sugg. U), 120 mins (inc. interval), The Maltings Henry Travers Studio, free / donation.
7pm: Closing Gala – Whisky with Vodka (sugg. 15), 104 mins, The Maltings Theatre, £6 / £5.

Tickets are available to purchase from www.berwickfilm-artsfest.com and from the Maltings Theatre & Arts Centre Box Office, Eastern Lane, Berwick-upon-Tweed, telephone 01289 330999.

The Festival Pass, priced £25 / £20 concession, offers entry to all films and events (excluding non-free workshops).

Ends.

For Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival 10 press enquiries please contact:

Nicky Harrison, White Hot Communications
T: 0191 280 8020 / 07824 390826
E: nicky@whitehotcomms.co.uk

NOTES TO EDITORS

http://www.berwickfilm-artsfest.com/

Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival
Cooke Suite
The Maltings Theatre & Arts Centre
Eastern Lane
Berwick-upon-Tweed
TD15 1AJ

CREDITS


Funders: Arts Council England, Northern Film & Media, BIG Lottery, Mediabox, North East Investment Centre, Northern Rock Foundation, Northumberland County Council, Community Foundation, Berwick Town Council

Sponsors: East Coast, Martins, Screen Academy Scotland, Tescos, University of Derby, Workspace




 

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