Wells Festival of Film

Wells Festival of Film

Welcome to our second Wells Film Festival page. Here you will find all the information you need for the upcoming festival.

The Festival brochure will be available from Wednesday 15th March for a sneak preview please click on the link:

https://issuu.com/super8media/docs/festivaloffilm2017

Anyone who wishes to register interest for the Festival can email their details to wellsfilmfestival@aol.co.uk. This will ensure that you'll be the first to hear about the latest festival news and exciting events, and keep up to date with the latest information.

 

The times below are the start of the main film, adverts and trailers are shown before the times stated

Stones [18]

Stones [18]

Feature Length 120 minutes

Tickets 8.50 each includes tea/coffee in the interval

A great Sunday afternoon treat, not only do you get to see 'Stones' which is a true life story based on the experiences of singer Alexander McKay but after a short interval (where there is tea & coffee), you get to have a Q&A with Alexander and the Director Roydon Turner afterwards.

More Info 30th April 2:30pm

The Secret Scripture [12A]

The Secret Scripture [12A]

infrequent strong language, moderate sex, violence  BBFCinsight

Feature Length 108 minutes

Tickets 10.00 each for The Mayor's Charities

We are raising money for The Mayor's Charities, Arthritis Care (Wells Branch), & The Little Theatre Wells, tickets include either a tea or coffee or a glass of wine (wells it is a Sunday afternoon).

A woman keeps a diary of her extended stay at a mental hospital.

Vanessa Redgrave and Rooney Mara play older and younger versions of Rose Clear, a woman out of place and out of mind in WWII Ireland. The film is based on the novel of the same name.

More Info 30th April 3:00pm

The Levelling - Film Festival [15]

The Levelling - Film Festival [15]

strong language, sex references  BBFCinsight

Feature Length 83 minutes

Tickets 7.20 each

Somerset, England. Trainee veterinarian Clover Catto (ELLIE KENDRICK) returns to the farm where she grew up after hearing news that her brother Harry (JOE BLAKEMORE) has died - in what appears to be a suicide. Finding the family home in a state of horrendous disrepair following the 2014 floods that devastated the area, Clover is forced to confront her father Aubrey - about the farm, the livestock and, crucially, the details surrounding Harry's death. Clover's discoveries send her on an emotional journey of reckoning - with her family, her childhood and herself.

More Info 30th April 6:00pm

It's A Wrap [TBC]

It's A Wrap [TBC]

Tickets 5.00 each

What better way to finish the festival but with a party?

The Swan Hotel, Wells who is our main sponsor of Wells Festival of Film is very kindly hosting this 'It's A Wrap' party.

Tickets include a welcome drink and nibbles.

Also, The Swan Hotel has a hot deal to fuzz your mind, quote Wells Festival of Film and enjoy 10% off B & B rates from 26-30 April 2017 (subject to availability). Tel 01749 836300 www.swanhotelwells.co.uk.

More Info 30th April 7:30pm