Only three days to go until the festival kicks off with Clockwork Orange. Don’t forget to buy your tickets from the Arts Centre!
We have also had lots of press coverage this week:
- Bridport News story on Paranoid Park re-classificaiton (Wednesday)
- Western Gazette with same on Thursday
- View From Bridport major story, including event listing of entire festival
- three national news stories in Easter weekend Sunday papers.
The lovely BBC Dorset have written an article about the festival. Click here to read it. ARTICLE
Oh dear! A rail strike right in the middle of the festival. Fingers crossed that they change their minds and go back to work.
The posters are up, the tickets are selling, the papers are talking about us and even Radio 4 gave us a mention! Come and follow us on Facebook as well. Here is the link:
FROM PAGE TO SCREEN was created in and is proud to be part of Bridport, the star attraction of West Dorset’s stunning Jurassic Coast. Bridport ranks as one of the most vibrant small towns in England, punching seriously above its weight in terms of cultural activities. FROM PAGE TO SCREEN joins the Bridport Prize, the Bridport Literary Festival, Bridport Arts Centre, Bridport Open Studios and the Electric Palace as one of the key events in the region’s arts and literature calendar. Until now Bridport did not have a film festival.
We are Bridport’s Film Festival.