Borderlines Film Festival 2017 Back
Mar 12, 2017
As Borderlines Celebrates 15 Years, I'm celebrating taking photographs at four wonderful film festivals. Borderlines Film Festival is the largest rural film festival and is shown in venues in Herefordshire, Shropshire, Worcestershire and The Marches.
This year's festival was held over 16 days, with 33% of the programme as films on preview, giving audiences a chance to see great films before they go on general release.
The festival screens a diverse range of films from a silent films from the 1900's to films pre-released films of 2017. You can watch films with live accompaniment, the 5 hour 30 minute Napoleon, and a host of F-rated films.
If that doesn't wet your whistle you can engross yourself into the work of Mash Cinema and the Run Wrake Retrospective with live music and the amazing Psychonauts.