Sunday, April 29, 2012

Free Film Festival Opening Weekend

The New Cross and Deptford Free Film Festival got off to a great start this weekend, even if the weather hasn't been ideal for the outdoor screenings!

The opening party was last Friday at the Old Deptford Police Station, with films showing in the old holding cells (there were more films on a human rights theme there on Saturday as part of Freedom Cells in the festival).

Also on Friday night there was a cycle powered outdoor screening of the last Harry Potter film at Somerville Adventure Playground.

On Saturday night, rain failed to stop Sherlock Holmes in Fordham Park thanks to a couple of gazebos. Tonight's Alice in Wonderland was moved from Sandbourne Road Community Garden to the Hill Station Cafe.

Plenty more coming up this week at Sanford Housing Co-op, the Big Red Pizzeria, Goldsmiths Student Union, Telegraph Hill Park, the Deptford Lounge, St Nicholas Church and other venues. Full programme here.

Please note that tomorow's (Monday) Lost Cinema of Deptford and New Cross history talk starts at 7:30 at The Big Red Pizzeria, not 8.00 as stated on some flyers.

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