Berwick Film and Media Arts Festival

Venue: various venues, Berwick-upon-Tweed Including: Maltings Art Centre Cinema Townhall 18th century Prison cells The Ice House - historic building The Berwick Barracks Gymnasium The Black hole, a prison holding cell Barrels Ale House Shops and offices in the town centre Prices: Feature films: £3.50 Many free events. Berwick-upon-Tweed will this year host a world-class film and media arts festival showcasing some of the most dynamic moving image work to be screened in Britain, from UK and international contemporary features to video installations. The festival, which is organised with the support of the regional 2005 Alive programme, will be taking place from the 16th to the 25th of September, 2005. This year's theme is CROSSING BORDERS; our programme of feature films and artists’ videos will explore the boundaries that define and sometimes confine our lives, with work that encourages us to cross these geographical, cultural, economic, moral or artistic borders and broaden our horizons. Festival Highlights include: -An exciting programme of new UK and international feature films. -Artists film & video sited in dramatic historic venues throughout the town. -Screenings of award-winning and ground-breaking short films. -The Big M - an inflatable cinema with its new film & video programme. -A retrospective programme of classic films. -Rare and recently unearthed archival footage of the local area. Full programme will be announced 16 August 2005 For more details, visit the website or call 01289330999


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