The 2015 Camberwell Free Film Festival runs 19-29 March. Various Venues.
All events free. No tickets required.
The 2015 Camberwell Free Film Festival runs from 19-29 March. Eleven days of free film events across London SE5. Full programme below. All events free. No tickets required. One of the many film festivals springing up in South London, in fact there are so many there is a website entirely devoted to them all (it covers the rest of the Uk too).
Thur 19 March - THE PUNK SINGER at the Joiners Arms looks at the life of Kathleen Hanna, who formed the feminist punk band Bikini Kill
Fri 20 March - NEXT GOAL WINS, documentary about the worst international football team in the world, at Dulwich Hamlet Football Club
Sat 21 March - THE LEGO MOVIE, screening at Sceaux Gardens Tentants and Residents Association Hall
Sat 21 March – NORTHERN SOUL is an uplifting tale of two friends whose horizons are opened up by the discovery of rare black American soul music records, at Longfield Hall
Sun 22 March – ALL THIS MAYHEM - raw, unflinching documentary about legendary Australian skateboarding brothers Tas and Ben Pappas, at Cycle PS
Sun 22 March – FINDING VIVIAN MAIER, about one of the best street photographers of the 20th century, at the Pigeon Hole Cafe
Sun 22 March – PRETTY IN PINK, arguably the finest of the John Hughes produced "Brat Pack" flicks from the 1980s, at the Cool Cats Cafe
Mon 23 March – TWO DAYS, ONE NIGHT, Sandra, a young Belgian mother, discovers her workmates have opted for a significant pay bonus, in exchange for her dismissal, at the Crooked Well
Tues 24 March – NO, a young, daring ad executive comes up with a campaign to defeat Augusto Pinochet in Chile's 1988 referendum, at The Cambria
Weds 25 March – THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER, classic supernatural gothic horror, at St Giles Church
Thurs 26 March - DEATH LINE, rarely shown 70s British cult horror and zombie film classic, at St Giles Church crypt
Fri 27 March - ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE, at the Camberwell Arms
Sat 28 March, FROZEN, Satruday morning cinema at Lyndhurst Primary School
Sat 28 March – SELL OFF and STILL THE ENEMY WITHIN, an afternoon of socially-conscious documentaries about the privatisation of the NHS and the British miners strike, at Salvation Army, William Booth College
Sat 28 March - PRIDE, at The Flying Dutchman
Sun 29 March - THE LONDON NOBODY KNOWS and HOW WE USED TO LIVE, old London on film at Salvation Army, William Booth College
Sun 29 March - THE GLEANERS AND I, an intimate, picturesque inquiry into French life as lived by the country's poor and its provident, at The Remakery
All events free. No advance booking. Arrive early to be sure of seat.