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N21 FILM FESTIVAL 16-22 June 2012

Tuesday 12 June 2012, by Abla Kandalaft

Commemorating the centenary of Henrietta Cresswell’s book,“Winchmore Hill : Memories of a Lost Village”, and bringing cinema back to the leafy suburbs of Winchmore Hill for the first time in 53 years.

Featuring short films, documentaries and features, Q&As with film industry professionals, live music and a varied selection of food, these unique cinematic events are taking place across N21 between the 16th -22nd June.
This event is not-for-profit. The Charities to receive money raised from the festival are: The Alzheimer’s Society, Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice and The National Autistic Society.

Screenings :
The Burbs
Saturday 16th June 2012, 5:45pm
Waterhouse Hall, N21 3NU.
Introduction by Helen Cox, Editor in Chief of New Empress magazine plus
pre-recorded interview with director Joe Dante and 1 slice of pizza included with every ticket + live music.

Local History on Film
Sunday 17th June 2012, 2pm.
Winchmore Hill Friends Meeting House, N21 1LE.
Piano accompaniment + cakes sole by Baskervilles Tea Shop.

Future Shorts Festival Summer Programme.
Monday 18th June, 6:45pm
3rd Southgate Scout Group HQ, N21 1BL.
A selection of 7 award winning short films from around the world. Featuring themed fairy cakes.

Dreams of a Life
Wednesday 20th June 2012, 6:45pm.
United Reformed Church, Compton Road, N21 3NU
Introduction and Q&A from producer Cairo Cannon. Featuring
Mediterranean artisan foods on sale from Palmavera Fine Foods + a short film about the impending closure of the G Matthews, the Gun, Fishing Tackle and Motorcycle shopshop on Silver Street, Enfield Town. With intro from Michael Taylor.

Sleep Furiously
Thursday 21st June, 6:45pm.
3rd Southgate Scout Group HQ, N21 1BL.
Introduction and post screening discussion hosted by Pamela Hutchinson, editor of Silent London + Winning films from the MyStreet Film competition 2011 will be screened beforehand.

Village/Suburb/City
Friday 22nd June, 6:45pm.
3rd Southgate Scout Group HQ, Wilson Street, N21 1BL.
A selection of short films exploring Winchmore Hill’s transformation from a village to a suburb. Including episode 1 of the 90s TV cult classic, Eerie Indiana.
Featuring pre-recorded interview with Joe Dante. Director of Eerie Indiana episode 1.
+ live music from cellist Marianne Tyler Brown

To purchase tickets visit:
www.n21filmfestival.eventbrite.com

Tickets can also be purchased directly through Hunters Newsagents. 2 The Green, N21 1AY.
Twitter: @N21FilmFestival
Email: filmfestival@n21.net
More info: http://www.N21FilmFestival.net

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