Strawberry Fields is another offering from the highly successful Film London Microwave Project which was partly filmed in Kent and after it’s cinema premiere in July this year, the film is now coming to Kent for a couple of special screenings!
Directed by Frances Lea (Fugee Girl, Everyone’s Happy), Strawberry Fields is a tale of sibling rivalry and playing of mind games set in the strawberry fields of Kent. Starring Anna Madeley (In Bruges) Christine Bottomley (The Arbor, Shameless) and Emun Elliott (Prometheus, Game of Thrones). The film tells of the sexual awakening of Gillian during a long, hot British summer picking strawberries, where she meets and falls in love with fellow picker Kevin. But her idyllic new life is jeopardised by the arrival of her sister Emily.
The first screening is on Tuesday 2nd October, at 18:30, at the Gulbenkian Cinema, Canterbury, followed by a special Q&A session with director Frances Lea.
The second screening will be on Sunday 7th October, at 17:00 in the Trinity Theatre, Tunbridge Wells.
Making the most of what Kent has to offer, Strawberry Fields filmed at various Kent countryside locations such as Foxbury Farm in Sevenoaks, Groombridge Railway Station and the Isle of Sheppey.
To book the Canterbury screening please visit: http://www.kent.ac.uk/gulbenkian//day.html?d=2012-10-02&date=20120901
To book the Tunbridge Wells screening please visit: http://www.trinitytheatre.net/