Antelope to screen at City Eye’s Festive Films

I’m pleased to announce the Antelope will be screening at Festive Films, the annual screening of short films by Southampton-based community filmmaking charity City Eye.

Date: Monday 18th December 2017
Venue: God’s House Tower, Winkle Street, Southampton, SO14 2NY
Time: 7.30pm
Tickets: Free – advanced booking

In addition to Antelope, the event will feature a ‘Best-of’ selection of films screened throughout Southampton Film Week 2017 including:

  • Bearded Thomas 2 directed by Rachel Stephens
  • A Name That I Admire directed by Sam Smartt
  • Fred’s Shed directed by Stephen Graves
  • Formidable ​by Livvy Savage & Phoebe Gibson

Tickets are free but booking is required and can be done so here

About Festival Films
Festive Films is our way of celebrating the end of another year in the best way we know how – watching films! Presented as part of City Eye Cinema, our programme of informal screenings often hosted in a bar or cafe, Festive Films is another great opportunity for filmmakers and film goers to get together. City Eye Cinema is often used as a chance for filmmakers to get feedback on their work in a friendly and supportive atmosphere.
At Festive Films, you can be assured of good cheer, food, drink & of course plenty of short films.

Festive Films presents a programme of films will include the ‘best of the fest’ from the recent Southampton Film Week, including winners at SFW: Shorts and the annual College Filmmaking Challenge. The programme also includes short films from local filmmakers.

​We regret that God’s House Tower, a wonderful heritage building, is not fully accessible. Please contact us if you have any queries about accessibility to this venue. It can also be a bit chilly this time of year so warm clothes are advised.

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