Film Festivals

Wheels and Fins International Film Festival – Awards

The Wheels and Fins International Film Festival has independent filmmaking and action sports at its heart. Whether it be adrenaline fuelled action, inspiring documentaries or captivating drama, this short film festival had it all.

Taking place on Saturday 19th August at the beautiful Palace Cinema in Broadstairs, a truly independent cinema run by Simon and Corinna Downing, the festival featured entries from 13 countries spanning 5 different continents. With such a wealth of local and international filmmaking talent on offer, it made sure that the first ever Wheels and Fins International Film Festival inspired, excited and entertained.  Continue reading

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Wheels and Fins International Film Festival – Official Selection

Kent’s first ever Wheels and Fins International Film Festival is all set to announce the inaugural Official Selection to be screened at the Palace Cinema in Broadstairs on August 19th.

Kent’s premiere surfing destination Joss Bay has hosted the Wheels and Fins Festival on it’s beaches for many years, this year for the first time (on top of action sports surf, music and soapbox racing) is a unique film festival.

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Bridge – Ramsgate International Film & TV Festival

Bridge is a life affirming and heart warming story of the chance meeting of two suicidal strangers on a Bridge over the Ganges, both experiencing immense emotional distress. Set in Bally is a suburban town just outside Kolkata where the 82 year old Bridge crosses the majestic Ganges.Bridges all over the world have a history of visitations of men and women, victims of misfortune, with the resolve to end their lives. For some, fortunately, the attempt remains unsuccessful. Continue reading

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The Alley Cat – Ramsgate International Film & TV Festival

The Alley Cat Race is an alcohol-fueled competition that is put on by bike messengers for bike messengers in deserted downtown streets of Chicago in the middle of the night. The Alley Cat focuses on Jasper (Jenny Strubin) who seems to be carrying a painful and emotional secret as she looks to use this race as a way of escaping from the problems in her life. However, after the night takes an unexpected tragic turn, it causes Jasper to take to the deserted streets and embark on a physical and spiritual journey of reflection. In the solitude of the night, with nothing more than her bike and a painful secret, she hopes to find some sort of resolution by the time she reaches her final destination. Continue reading

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Flytrap – Ramsgate International Fim & TV Festival

From writer director Stephen David Brooks comes an intelligent and unnerving science fiction drama – Flytrap. When reserved Englishman, James Pond (Jeremy Crutchley), is on his way to a new teaching job in Los Angeles his car unexpectedly breaks down in the middle of suburbia. With no reception available on his phone, he knocks on the door of the closest house to use their phone only to be greeted by a beautiful woman named Mary Ann (Ina-Alice Kopp). After being invited in, it’s clear that Mary Ann has her own seductive motive and despite James’ feeling that something isn’t quite right, he can’t resist the temptation. Little did he know, he has walked straight into a trap. Now held captive in the house, James slowly uncovers that the mysterious Mary Ann and her equally creepy housemates are not from this world and have their own sinister designs on what they want with humanity. Continue reading

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By Any Means – Ramsgate International Film & TV Festival

It sounds like a familiar premise ‘beautiful female kidnapped and held hostage for ransom’, but what By Any Means comes with is a little more between the ears. This directorial debut from Leighton Spence offers up a thrilling tale of sinister motives, desperate measures and tainted reputations. But By Any Means doesn’t just stop there as it also manages to provide a social commentary on the current celebrity gossip driven culture that we live in and the role that the media plays in this. Continue reading

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