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Norwich Film Festival 2018 on Tuesday 6th - Saturday 17th November 2018
Norwich Film Festival 2018 will feature screenings of our official selection of short films, new & classic feature films and talks & workshops with industry guests and stars of stage and screen.
Special guests this year include Doctor Who actor, Christopher Eccleston; Academy award-winning actor, Vanessa Redgrave; and Olivier-winning and BAFTA nominated actor, Juliet Stevenson.
Debuts for this year include:
- Reprise of The Noverre Cinema at The Assembly House to celebrate Ridley Scott with an evening of his classic films: Blade Runner: The Final Cut, Alien and a free screening of his first short film, Boy & Bicycle. Find out more.
- Kids feature film from the makers of Pepper Pig and featuring the voices of Alexander Armstrong and Brian Blessed - The Big Knights will be screening at Cinema City. Find out more.
- A Late Night screening of our officially selected short films that promises dark comedy, horror and a serial killer or two... Read more.
- More industry sessions held at The John Hurt Centre to support filmmakers including sessions from Festival Formula on your festival strategy, Creative Enterprise networking for film and moving image businesses, and a session on securing funds to produce your film. Read more.
To see our full programme of events please visit our website.
We are hosting events at venues across the city including The Forum, OPEN, The Assembly House, Cinema City, The John Hurt Centre, The Garage and The Hostry at Norwich Cathedral.
Please note that all screenings start promptly at the time advertised and are without trailers. All ticket prices exclude booking fees.
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