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Future Shorts, the world’s biggest pop-up film festival, is coming to Warrington’s Pyramid Centre on the 13th October, a unique opportunity to see some of the year’s best short films.
On the 13th October, Pyramid will be alive with film making, with a day packed full of activities for lovers of all things film. Between 1 and 3pm, admission is free to Pyramid’s Film Festival. Drop in to see screenings of the work of local and regional filmmakers brought to you by Longshot Film Festival. If you’re a budding artist or filmmaker, there is also an opportunity to pick the brains of expert filmmakers Fuzzy Duck, the creative folk at WAcreative, and this year’s Photography Open Exhibition judges at our exciting ‘Ask the Expert’ event. Portfolios are welcome!
The Future Shorts Festival will take place between 4 and 6:30pm and celebrates the best and most innovative short films from around the world, connecting global stories with global audiences. Future Shorts creates a platform for film-makers that allows millions of people around the world to engage with their work. By broadcasting online, in theatres, public spaces, and even airlines, Future Shorts creates a cross-platform experience that breaks boundaries and borders. The Guardian has said that Future Shorts are ‘the true pioneers of petit cinema’. The Future Shorts experience is designed to be enjoyed by film enthusiasts, adventurers, entrepreneurs, and dreamers alike.
Between 1 and 3pm, entry to the Pyramid’s Film Festival is FREE. The Future Shorts Festival will take place between 4 and 6:30pm on Saturday 13th October. Entry costs just £4 and (because even the most unique cinema experience wouldn’t be the same without it!) includes free popcorn.