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17 October 2017
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A feast of short film screenings – for free! PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 10 October 2017 14:03

The free Shnit International Short Film Festival – which promotes the best of international short film with screenings in very small venues such as front rooms and church halls – returns on Saturday, October 28.

 

This year’s event presents a unique 90-minute selection of shorts, none of which are available to view online.


Shnit trailer

Organiser Tim O'Riordan from sponsor zemedia, said: "This is the sixth year we’ve run this festival and we love it. It keeps getting better every year. This year we’re featuring award winners from Ireland, USA, and Poland, as well as Sundance and Cannes nominees. It's a real treat for the eyes and mind."

For more information click here. To book free tickets click here.

Details
Date: Saturday, October 28, 2017
Time: 7pm
Venue: Immaculate Conception Church Hall, Portswood Road, Southampton, SO17 3SB (Map).
Ticket Price: FREE
Event Information: Recommended 15+
Organisers say the venue is accessible to disabled guests.

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