The South Norwood and Thornton Heath (SNATH) Free Film Festival 2015, now in its second year, kicks off on Friday 9th October and runs until Sunday 18th October.
There are at least twelve events during the ten days, all events are free to attend and take place in a variety of venues in South Norwood, Thornton Heath and Woodside.
Following on from a successful 2014, this year’s festival features a variety of film nights and experiences which the local community and beyond will enjoy.
The festival opens with a Gospel Film Night showing of The Fighting Temptations featuring Cuba Gooding Jnr and Beyonce; there is also a Children’s Day with a screening of Lost and Found, The Gruffalo and Despicable Me at Stanley Halls; a Silent Film Night, screening the 1927 romantic thriller love story, Sunrise: A Tale of Two Humans; a Vintage Night showing Passport to Pimlico; a Northern Soul night screening the film Northern Soul with Lisa Stanfield, followed by a club night with a DJ specialising in Northern soul music and more.
For the budding filmmaker there is a Shorts Night featuring local and regional talent on Wednesday 14 October at the Lord Napier Pub, Beulah Road in Thornton Heath.
SNATH is part of the Free Film Festivals organisation whose aim is to bring people together from across the community to enjoy a film and celebrate their local area. The universal appeal of film makes it the perfect medium to make this happen.
Anyone wishing to take part by volunteering should get in touch by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
To learn more about the Free Film Festivals community please visit http://www.freefilmfestivals.org
For further info contact:
Tiernan Hanby 07976 459 405
Roney Henderson 0777 299 6074