The British Independent Film Festival is a celebration of the rich diversity of independent British film, and is coming to the Gulbenkian Theatre in Canterbury on Saturday 25th May 2013!
This year is the fourth festival and promises to be the most exciting yet as for the first time, it is being simultaneously hosted at different venues across the UK including The Gulbenkian Theatre in Canterbury.
The programme consists of a variety of short films in the morning followed by screenings of Saving the Titanic directed by Maurice Sweeney, Stefan Georgiou’s Dead Cat, Norah McGettigan’s Sanctuary and Geezas directed by Simon Kassianides and Mark Jackson.
In 2012, the festival had over ninety per-cent attendance at all screenings and this year’s expansion will ensure that the festival is bigger and more impressive than ever by bringing independent film to a wider cinema audience.
The BIFF also provides the opportunity for independent film to be fully acknowledged through the world famous Awards Ceremony which takes place as the festival draws to a close.
Don’t miss the British Independent Film Festival at The Gulbenkian Theatre in Canterbury on Saturday 25th May 2013.
For the full line-up of this year’s films please visit: http://www.thefilmfestivalguild.com/