Dates: 6th– 8th September 2013
Price: £80/£60 concessions
Returning for its third year in September 2013 is the Kent-based Quadrangle Film Festival which showcases local filmmaking talent and brings together both emerging documentary filmmakers and established field professionals in a shared space to discuss creative projects, be inspired and experiment with new ideas away from commercial and financial pressures.
The event will involve creative production, discussions as well as film screenings and special guests who will contribute to the discussions and present their own work.
The intimate weekend festival will be held, once again at The Quadrangle, a collection of 19th century farm buildings in the idyllic countryside village of Shoreham in Kent. This farmstead is partly owned by The Quadrangle Trust supporting creative, environmental and educational projects such as this.
The farm’s barns, stables and granary will be temporarily converted into cinemas and discussion spaces. Tents will also be raised in the meadow for discussion spaces, accommodation, food and music for the weekend festival.
Seeing huge success in its first two years the festival is soon becoming the annual event for documentary filmmakers, amateurs and professionals alike, and a thrilling weekend for lovers of the genre. Don’t miss out!
For more information about The Quadrangle Trust: http://thequadrangletrust.com/