A great couple of weeks of fantastic films. We are lucky to get to see so many preview films at the festival and to be ahead of the curve for a while.
Another year, another brilliant Borderlines Film Festival.
As Herefordshire's rural film fest comes to a close, here are some great pics from Hereford student ...Kieran Warburton (and a Girls on Tops spot from Independent Cinema Office thrown in for good measure).
"From the undiscovered film to the global success, Borderlines presents work that is of high quality, embraces diversity, explores rurality, promotes the local film industry and encourages debate and learning."
This year's festival featured more than 240 film screenings, from The Shape of Water and A Fantastic Woman to Human Flow and Catcher Media's Herefordshire Life Through a Lens: Stories from the Hop Yards.
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Things may have been a bit quiet on the Catcher Media FB page but it doesn't mean we've been idle. We are just starting tour our first Herefordshire Life Through A Lens film and exhibition ' Stories from the Hop Yards' beginning with three screenings as part of Borderlines Film Festival
Great night on Tuesday Malvern Theatres. Packed house with 419 tickets sold; a very responsive audience (what a lovely warm feeling when people burst into unpro...mpted applause as the credits roll - bless ‘em); fab Q&A session with farmers Will Kirby, Henry Perry-Smith, Krzysztof Stefanski from Brook House Farm, Mark Andrews from Townend Hop Farm, brewer Sarah Saleh from The Unity Brew House Ltd and our long-term volunteer and advocate Christine Patrick joining Julia and Rick from Catcher Media. There was a lively post-film panel discussion and then the audience shared stories (some very funny, especially the chicken in the toilet one) and asked questions. Thank you everyone for coming and making this the most highly attended single screening of Borderlines Film Festival Yay!
Photographs courtesy of Matthew Evans. Thanks as always to: HARC Herefordshire, Herefordshire Libraries, Herefordshire Computing Support and Heritage Lottery Fund