Russell Tovey to curate an ambitious arts festival across Margate to mark Turner Prize 2019

Image of Margate beach with Turner Contemporary Gallery building in the background.

    Margate NOW, an ambitious and dynamic festival of art, events and performances will be held across Margate from 28 September to 13 October 2019 to celebrate the world famous Turner Prize coming to Turner Contemporary for its 2019 edition. Developed by a consortium of partners and artists, the town-wide programme will be bigger […]

Margate feature film Jellyfish, scoops four Hitchcock awards at Dinard Film Festival and is currently screening at the Charlton Cinema – Book your tickets now!

Movie Poster for Jellyfish Screening at Charlton Cinema in Westgate

Feature film Jellyfish, is a beautifully shot, indie dark-comedy set against the backdrop of Kentish seaside town Margate.  It is the directorial debut of James Gardner, a NFTS graduate. It has been doing the rounds of the festival circuit – picking up an award for best film at the Rome International Film Festival, as well as several […]

Danny Boyle: Pages of the Sea this Remembrance Sunday 2018

Director Danny Boyle's programme poster for Pages of the Sea

  On 11 November 2018, communities will gather on beaches across the UK to say thank you and goodbye to the millions of men and women who left our shores during WWI. In Pages of the Sea, film-maker Danny Boyle invites you to join him in marking the 100 years anniversary of Armistice and the […]

Emeli Sande music video Hurts filmed in Kent!

Botany Bay - sandy beach with white cliffs

  Kent Locations used: Botany Bay Hurts is the newest single and music video from Emeli Sande taken from her second album ‘Long Live the Angels’. The Scottish singer’s debut album Our Version of Events, was the biggest selling album of 2012 and the second best selling of 2013 and Emeli has to date two Number […]

Canterbury University Film Festival volunteering opportunities!

Canterbury University Film Festival is a unique film festival for the students of Canterbury’s universities that are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to join their growing team! Canterbury University Film Festival, or CUFF, was established in 2014 as a platform for students from the University of Kent, Canterbury Christ Church University and the University of Creative Arts […]

Kent Film Office interview with Dover Community Radio

The Kent Film Office Manager Gabrielle Lindemann was interviewed by Jacques Frances for Dover Community Radio at The Grand in Folkestone in August 2016. The piece explores Gabrielle’s career history, the work of The Kent Film Office including the locations database, sourcing local trainees, and how we celebrate the county’s filming history with the Kent Movie Map. The interview aired on […]