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Peckham and Nunhead Free Film Festival 2013

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‘Free Films Festivals’ is a community group formed in 2010, bringing free neighbourhood screenings to local communities throughout the year. The project is non-for-profit and entirely organised by local volunteers and supports.

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The ‘Free Films Festivals’ aim to promote a sense of community and neighbourhood interaction, while creating a safe and fun environment to enjoy what a diver array of films. Every event is free, and no booking is required. Each film is shown at varying locations around Peckham from afternoon to late night showings. The films featured include recent blockbusters like Skyfall, childhood classics such as James and the Giant Peach, and even international animated films such as The girl Who leapt through Time. There is a vast and diverse line-up of films to watch, giving any and all visitors something they would enjoy. As well as all the free films to watch, ‘Free Films Festival’ have also managed to arrange a few free talks and workshops with the aim of helping aspiring filmmakers. For complete details of the complete line-up, download their programme or visit their site.

 

The fourth Peckham and Nunhead Free Film Festival is running from September 5-15 2013. While the second New Cross and Deptford Free Film Festival took place between April 26-May 5. The first Camberwell Free Film Festival took place in March 2013. And the first Herne Hill festival ran from April 19-June 1.

 

Be sure to follow them on Twitter and Facebook to know when and where the next free festivals are being held. Don’t miss out on this rare opportunity and let us know when you’re going.

 

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