British Horror Film Festival to Show A Serbian Film Uncut!

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A brand new film festival in England called The British Horror Film Festival is about to make it's debut this October 30th with the controversial film A Serbian Film which was already pulled from the Film 4 FrighFest earlier this year. They are going to be showing it, in all it's uncut glory.

The event is going to be held at Bournemouth, England in the Pier Theatre, and tickets are said to be going fast and booking in advance is recommended and the event is strictly for over 18's only!

A Serbian Film has also been nominated for Best Feature Film and Best Actor (Srdjan Todorovic) at the festival and the award ceremony will be shown at the end of the evening.

Check out the Official Press Release below:

"As the first ever British Horror Film Festival looms, tickets are already starting to be snapped up for this exciting event! On Saturday 30th October from midday until midnight Bournemouth pier is going to be home to vampires, ghouls, zombies and werewolves! A perfect place for a thriller!

The controversial movie ‘A Serbian Film’ has been nominated for Best Feature Film and Best Actor (for Srdjan Todorovic) at the festival, which culminates in an awards ceremony at the end of the evening.

Festival Director Stuart Brennan has said that having the first UK public screening of the movie was a tough decision: “The film has received a lot of controversial press and hype recently, but our team watched it and considered it as an important film, with a powerful message behind it. We’re proud to have it open the festival, uncut.”

There are only a limited number of tickets on sale, so booking in advance is essential.

Directors from Australian horror films Needle and Voodoo Lagoon have confirmed their attendance, as has the British director of Devil’s Playground, who will all be on hand to do Q&A sessions after the films and introduce their movies.

The event and all screenings have been rated as over 18’s only and will be held in the Pier Theatre in Bournemouth. The schedule is as follows:

  • 12pm - 2pm - A Serbian Film
  • 2pm - 4pm - Short & Student Horror Film Screenings
  • 4:15pm - 6:15pm – Needle
  • 7:30pm - 9:15pm – Voodoo Lagoon
  • 9:35pm - 11pm - Devil’s Playground
  • 11pm - 12am Awards Ceremony"

 

Tickets and more information for the event can be purchased at www.filmfestivalguild.com

 

 

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