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Short Film Night at Film and Food Festival 2021

Victoria Embankment, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

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Film and Food Festival 2021

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Short Film night
Thu, 15 July 2021
18:00 – 23:00 BST


Short Film Night (15) at Film & Food Fest Nottingham

About this Event

Thursday evening of Film & Food Fest will feature a special showcase of short movies from some of the finest independent local filmmakers.

The night will highlight the work of local creatives, giving their films a major platform, and giving audiences an exclusive chance to see some fantastic new cinema.

£2 from every ticket sold will be used to support local film organisations within Nottingham.

Arrive early and sample some delicious street food from a wide range of local vendors, and enjoy a pint, prosecco, or speciality cocktail from one of the bars, then sit back and enjoy the short films in the open-air on the huge LED cinema screen.

Thursday nights are all about short film

Thursday evenings at Film & Food Fest will feature a special showcase of short movies from some of the regions finest independent filmmakers. Highlighting the work of local creatives, giving their films a major platform and giving audiences an exclusive chance to see some fantastic new cinema!  
 
The charity we are supporting by donating £2 from every ticket sold on Thursday nights is Broadway, a charity that develops new filmmaking talent and is committed to providing access to cinema for all. 
 
Here is the line-up for short films in Nottingham:
 
Love In The Midlands 

Spoiled Milk by Billy Davies

Forbidden Fruit by Jonathan Hawes

UFO Encounters

Alone Together by Connor McCay

The Messenger by Bushra Greaves

What Happens At Sea by Aaron Good

Better Books by My Town Vision

Agency by Harry Wilding

Black Britain On FilmNottingham Pioneers

 

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