Sunday, 17 February 2013

St Albans Film Festival 2013

The lovely Leoni Kibbey is the brainchild behind the first Film Festival being held in our wonderful City.  Some exciting films and workshops etc.  You can buy tickets online, or visit the shop in Market Place (the old Past Times shop) and have a chat about what's going on.  You can also follows @StAlbansFF for the latest news. 













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St Albans’ first ever Film Festival, 8th -10th March 2013 – Tickets on Sale.

Are you a professional filmmaker, interested in getting into filmmaking or just love watching great movies? St Albans First ever Film Festival has something for all ages and interests.


A FESTIVALPASS IS GREAT VALUE AT £40 FOR THE 3 DAYS (£30 Concessions) & gives you discounts around the city. You can also buy individual tickets to workshops and events. Download our full Festival Programme here

Don’t miss our amazing events, talks and workshops, including stop-frame animation workshops. Children will be encouraged to get dressed up in film-themed fancy dress, there will be a film Pub Quiz, interactive events where people will have a chance to get on camera or try things out behind the scenes, and celebrities from the world of film, art and music milling around the town. Come and join the festival fun!
If you would like to find out more you can see our website http://www.stalbansfilmfestival.com & here is a lovely promo film we made to inspire children to make films: St Albans Film Festival Promo

Leoni Kibbey
Festival Director















Vinyl


A Cat in Paris


Super Massive
























VINYL
Feature Film Vinyl will open the Festival on March 8th ahead of its UK-wide release with stars of the film attending. Directed by Sara Sugarman, and starring Phil Daniels, Keith Allen, Perry Benson and up and coming young actor Jamie Blackley.


A Cat in Paris
Oscar-nominated A Cat In Paris. The film tells the story of a young Parisian girl whose cat leads her to unravel a thrilling mystery over the course of a single evening. Kids are encouraged to dress up as a Cat .. or French person!


SuperMassive
Casual Breakin' began his turntablism in the heady rave days and is now a regular face on the London breaks and electro dance music scene, smashing up air waves, clubs and carnivals alike.











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