Gorilla’s (narrow and bias) pick of film events happening in the UK over the next 7 days. If you would like to suggest an event for us to include, email email@example.com
RAINDANCE FILM FESTIVAL – London, times, locations and prices vary. See website for details.
We highlighted it last week, but seeing as it’s still going on and is rather good, we thought we’d highlight it again! Today’s schedule includes; a screenwriting workshop with Bill Martel, a programme of Short films at lunch time and early evening, and a whole mess of features throughout the day. Check out the website for full details.
Nope! But Raindance is still on.
COLCHESTER FILM FESTIVAL – Firstsite, Lewis Gardens, High Street, Colchester, CO1 1JH – 8pm – £2
Kicking off this evening, and running until Sunday, is the Colchester Film Festival. Tonight you’ve got the options of a horror Short film programme from 8pm and a surprise horror feature at 10pm. Over the next two days there’s a number of filmmaking workshops and masterclasses, and abso-bloody-lutely loads of Short film programmes. Check out the website for a full schedule.
ALPHA-VILLE PRESENTS UNFINITY PROGRAMME – Hackney Picturehouse, 270 Mare Street, Hackney, London, E8 1HE – 4:15pm – £8
Alpha-ville have got a showcase of some cracking looking short-films ranging from animation and documentary to music video and experimental. The programme focuses on how technology affects art and society, and the films, as I said, look really, really, really… nice.
RAINDANCE is still on
COLCHESTER FILM FESTIVAL is still on
Er, well there’s the Gastech Exhibition… For those of you interested in gas…
SPOTLIGHTS – Trangallan, Newington Green, Stoke Newington, London, N16 9PX – 7:30pm – £5 / £4 Adv
Whirlygig are back with the 4th installment of their Spotlights event. For those of you who are unfamiliar, Spotlights celebrates the work of up-and-coming filmmakers, with tonight’s programme featuring Peter Bunzl, Rebecca Marshall and Mikey Please. Why don’t we use the phrase ‘down-and-going’ for people who are failing, like the way we say ‘up-and-coming’? There’s something for you to chew on.