The Norwich Film Festival is back this November and we couldn't think of a better way to kick off the festival then bringing the iconic actor, writer and renowned traveller Michael Palin to the Norwich Film Festival. Michael Palin explained “It’s always good to come up to East Anglia. My father and grandfather were both Norfolk men and for them Norwich was the centre of the world. I’m sure they would have appreciated how much of Monty Python was filmed in and around the city. And Private Function is, of course, a quintessential portrait of Yorkshire, where I grew up”. [Read more...]
Date: Wednesday 26th July at 7:30pm
Venue: The John Hurt Centre, Cinema City Education, St Andrews Street, Norwich.
Tickets: FREE! (However, we ask if you purchase a ticket you make a commitment to attend as spaces are limited)On the lead up to the Norwich Film Festival in November, we are trying hard to showcase some local talent and we are pleased to be screening this little beaut! Directly, from our friends over the border in Suffolk, they have brought this film to life. With Love From...Suffolk is a feature film comprised of eight short romantic tales, that celebrates love in all its guises. Set entirely within Suffolk, it is not just a funny and tender exploration of relationships - it's a love letter to Suffolk. Check out this lovely little trailer:
Run time: 85 Mins Rating: 12A
On the lead up to this year's festival in November, we thought we'd showcase a small collection of short films previously shown at Norwich Film Festival. We would love for you to join us for this screening to see how awesome short films are. Plus we have the pleasure of screening in the comfort of The John Hurt Centre, Cinema City Education, St Andrews Street, Norwich. ( The screening will take place in The Marchesi Room). Tonight's films include: [Read more...]