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Short Film Night

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Our hugely popular Short Film Night with Candle & Bell returns after a summer break with another great selection of short films from up and coming filmmakers.

Tickets £3 each.

Short Film Night frequently sells out so please book your tickets in advance to avoid missing out.

Short Film Night is our monthly get together where we showcase some of the latest short films being made by the region’s top talent, if you’re a filmmaker you can submit your own short films to us for possible inclusion in our programme.

Please send information on your film and a link to view it online (including any passwords) to: shortfilmnight@candleandbell.com

In association with Candle & Bell.

 

  Year: 2016  
BBFC Advice: 15 No children under 15 may watch this film.  

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October 2016
Mon 17
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C : Classic , E : Electra , G : Gallery , R : Roxy

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