When: 14-16th November 2014

Where: @ Worcester Arts Workshop, Worcester


We’ve got absolutely loads going on all weekend and it’s all completely FREE to attend!


Friday 14th November: 18.00 to 21.20


Friday night is the opening gala including short films from local filmmakers. We’re joined by Shrops48 – 8 films made in 48hrs in a filmmakers challenge.



Saturday 15th November: Morning 10.00 to 17.00 and then 18.00 to 21.00


Throughout Saturday we’re showing some of our competition entry films and shorts that will be competing for a much-coveted award at the end of the Festival. Included are love stories in the shape of “Titanic Love”, thrillers in the case of “Echo” and social commentary from “Silent War”.


At 18.00 our “After Dark” showing start, a collection of short horror based films including the psychedelic, the psychotic and the occasional zombie!





Sunday 16th: 10.00 to 17.00 and then 18:00 to 21:00


More competition film entries followed by the moment everyone’s been waiting for, the award for the best film.

Possible winners include the afore-mentioned films including the likes of the controversial cultural drama “No Love Lost”, thriller “Charlie Say’s” and hard-hitting “One In Five” as well as a host of others!


Over the three days a collection of over 40 films will be shown, all eligible to win and all completely FREE to view!




Programmer Alan Preece paused a film long enough to say:


“What are you doing on the 14th-16th? Fancy going to the cinema? No, I don’t mean paying £12 to watch something you’re probably not going to like… How about paying NOTHING and watching 40 films? C’mon, you got some other pressing engagement on those days?”


On the awards festival organiser Simon Munn he had this to say:


“There are so many talented film makers in this county of ours and we can’t wait to show you all of the brilliant films they’ve made”



Remember all the festival events are free to attend

…and everyone is welcome.

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