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
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
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.