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Winchester Film Festival 2015 - Welcome

We are delighted to introduce the programme for the Winchester Film Festival 2015. This will be the sixth edition of the Festival (which started in 2010) and, this year, we are pleased to be working in partnership with Theatre Royal Winchester.

We screen an exciting range of classic films across a number of atmospheric venues to offer you a truly unique movie watching experience. Rediscover some wonderful films in unusual settings or perhaps catch up with a ‘forgotten’ classic for the very first time. Either way, this will be a new experience that you will be glad to be a part of.

The Winchester Film Festival continues to be a not-for-profit event where proceeds are donated to charity.So, by attending the Festival, you can enjoy great films and help worthy causes at the same time!

Winchester Film Festival - Hobson's Choice poster

HOBSON'S CHOICE

RUSSELL & BROMLEY
Fri 16 October
7.30pm

David Lean's charming Romantic Comedy stars the great Charles Laughton as the Victorian shoe shop proprietor Henry Horatio Hobson. John Mills also stars in this British classic. More about this screening

Winchester Film Festival - Tickets

Winchester Film Festival - Footsteps in the Fog poster

FOOTSTEPS IN THE FOG

ST JOHN'S HOUSE
Sat 17 October 7.30pm

Stewart Granger and Jean Simmons star in this atmospheric crime thriller. A cocktail of murder and blackmail, and a succession of thrilling plot twists all add to the tension. More about this screening

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Winchester Film Festival - Stage Struck poster

STAGE STRUCK

THEATRE ROYAL WINCHESTER
Sun 18 October 7.30pm

Susan Strasberg plays an actress who heads to New York with hopes of becoming a broadway star. Henry Fonda and Christopher Plummer star in this story of dreams and sacrifice. More about this screening

Winchester Film Festival - Tickets

THE TRAIN

THE CHESIL TUNNEL
Fri 20 November 7.30pm

Burt Lancaster stars as a French railway worker who mobolises his group of resistance fighters in a bid to stop French art being shipped back to Berlin towards the end of World War 2. More about this screening

Winchester Film Festival - Tickets

ODD MAN OUT

THE CHESIL TUNNEL
Sat 21 November 7.30pm

Carol Reed directs this British film noir set in an unnamed Northern Irish city during republican unrest. James Mason plays Johnny McQueen who's on the run after escaping prison. More about this screening

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The Winchester Film Festival is an annual not-for-profit event organised by the Faculty of Arts at the University of Winchester in partnership with Winchester Theatre Royal.

Winchester Film Festival - University of Winchester

Winchester Film Festival - Theatre Royal Winchester

Winchester Film Festival - The Great Hall

Winchester Film Festival - Russell and Bromley

Winchester Film Festival - YMCA Winchester

Winchester Film Festival - Film Hampshire

Winchester Film Festival - Cancer Research UK

Winchester Film FEstival - Mayor of Winchester Charity

Winchester Film Festival - Theatre Royal Winchester Trust

Winchester Film Festival - Walking With the Wounded

 

 

 

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