Sunday, 31 July 2011

Walthamstow Short Film Club

Over the past week, I had spotted several posters around town and the village advertising a short film night at the Rose and Crown, so Jon and I went along on Friday night to check it out. These events have been running on the last Friday of the month since March and are held in the red room at the back of the pub.
On Friday we saw about eight or nine short films, covering a huge variety of styles from horror to comedy, with a couple of heartwarming and thought provoking documentaries thrown into the mix too. At the end of the night we voted for our favourite film, with this months winner being 'Billie' by Ana Pinheiro, the tale of an eccentric and charismatic Big Issue seller who told the story of her life on the streets and how she managed to turn her life around. You can see a clip of the film here. At only £3.50 each with sweets or popcorn thrown in, I would definitely recommend going along to the next film evening at the end of August.
Walthamstow short film club runs on the last Friday of the month at 7.30pm. You can find more details on their Facebook page here.


  1. That is great, short films are fun
    and more realistic as compared to
    huge lengthy films...

    tv via internet

  2. we went to three of these in the R&C about 2 years ago - they were great, but then they just seemed to stop doing them!! i hadn't realised they'd started again :)