Keswick Film Festival


16th Keswick Film Festival

Thursday 26th February to Sunday 1st March 2015

The Idiots
Class Enemy
Cathedrals of Culture
Janapar
The Infinite Man
The Babadook

Things are shaping up for the fantastic 16th Festival. We will open with "the best film to come out of New Zealand for over 20 years" on Thursday at the Alhambra with free drinks for all.

Then we have films fitting this year's themes of disABILITY, On Yer Bike, and A Celebration of Dogme. The films at Rheged are going to really exploit the big screen this year and the KP&HR Group have selected the themes of North Korea and UK Poverty for their films with speakers.

We've found a great collection of Best of the Fests this year, there's a free family film and some late night horror! And then there are the great guests.

So if you've been before I'm sure you will be coming back for more. If you haven't been before - give us a try but watch out, people have such a good time at the "friendly festival" they keep coming back time and time again!

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Ann Martin
Festival Director

Documentaries

Cathedrals of Culture
Cathedrals of Culture

Our Documentaries strand this year has something of a British flavour tackling subject such as poverty, volunteering, prison camps and architecture.

Best Of The Fests

The Infinite Man
The Infinite Man

We have selected films that have impressed and entertained festival audiences around the world.

disABILITY

Come As You Are
Come As You Are

A selection of recent films that explore different elements of disability.

On Yer Bike

One Crazy Ride
One Crazy Ride

A celebration of life on two wheels, whether it is powered by pedal or engine.

Dogme Celebration

Festen
Festen

It is now 20 years since Lars Von Trier and Thomas Vinterberg established the Dogme school of film making.

Guests

Shongram
Shongram

Our guests include Munsur Ali and Dilruba Yasmeen Ruhee from Shongram, Pip Piper from Bicycle, and Tom Browne, Richard Johnson and Gemma Jones from Radiator

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