University of Portsmouth, Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries, PhD student, and Portsmouth Film Society Coordinator, Ayse Epengin, hosts a special premiere to celebrate the success of the I am Only Human After All film making course.
A superior film watching experience that transcends with the musicals and outdoor settings – after seven years, Portsmouth Film Society is again presenting open-air screenings, featuring musicals, comedies, science fiction, adult films and family films. Among the highlights will a screening of A Clockwork Orange will be screen at Eldon Building’s Courtyard, University of Portsmouth. Three of this summer’s musicals (the original Willy Wonka, The Sound of Music, and West Side Story) will have live vocals added by students of The Fine Voice Academy.
The School of Creative Arts Film and Media and Portsmouth Film Society are delighted to present award winning Mexican film ‘Post Tenebras Lux’ and American Indie film ‘Frances Ha’. Both screening will be shown at the Portsmouth Guildhall and free to university students with a valid Student ID card.
The Winter programme (January to April 2013) of films presented by Portsmouth Film Society has been revealed. There is a great mixture to suit all tastes. Check out the programmes below for screenings at the Omega Centre and for the pop-up film venues.
SHORTS::CUT is now part of Portsmouth Film Society, who are calling for short films by film and video makers based in the local region. Entries by Friday 6 July please. For the past six years Shorts Cut has showcased the work of local filmmaking talent and Portsmouth Film Society hope to take the event to a on to greater heights.
Portsmouth Film Society (PFS) have organised the Green Film Festival on 17th -19th May 2012. You are invited to submit a 1 minute short film responding to environmental themes of water, air and earth. The best entries will be screened as part of the Green Film Week screenings. Deadline for entries 10 April 2012.