Dates: 24th – 27th September 2015
The Swale Film Festival returns for its seventh year, starting with the opening ceremony on the 24th September 2015. The four day festival will screen a variety of films in Swale, prices ranging from free to just £5.
The opening ceremony at the New Century Cinema in Sittingbourne begins at 8pm and features a red carpet followed by a showing of Mr. Holmes, which was partly filmed in Kent.
On Friday 25th September, there will be a showing of David Nicholas Wilkinson’s intriguing documentary feature The First Film, arguing that a Yorkshireman beat both Edinson and the Lumiere Brothers to producing the first short film. This is followed by a Q&A with the director himself. The event will cost £5 and will be held at the Avenue Theatre in Sittingbourne.
On Saturday 26th September there will be a party night at the New Century Cinema in Sittingbourne, costing £4, where there will be a screening of Dirty Dancing, followed by live singing and stand-up comedy.
There is also a terror triple bill on Sunday 27th September at the New Century Cinema in Sittingbourne for horror fans which costs just £2.
Some of the other films included in the festival are: Into the woods, Everest, Jaws, The Sound of Music, Tinkerbell and the Legend of the Neverbeast, Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 and the Blair Witch Project.
For more information about the event: http://www.swalefilmfestival.org.uk/