Did you enjoy the London Short Film Festival back in January?
Rather than wait a full year for the next one, you can join us in the summer sun (yes, itâ€™s gonna be a hot one, so weâ€™ve been told!) in the English countryside for a boutique short film â€˜mini-breakâ€™ from Friday 31st May - Sunday 2nd June 2013. Join a host of 70 participants alongside filmmakers, industry partners and live entertainment for a weekend of film, discussion and networking, all in the beautiful idyllic surroundings of the Darent Valley.
Taking place at the Quadrangle Trust, just outside Shoreham in Kent, which is a short, inexpensive train ride from London, but feeling a million miles away! The Victorian farmstead buildings, including a majestic timber roofed hay barn for the sessions, are surrounded by peaceful countryside and beautiful gardens. Accommodation is camping, or there are local hotels and B&Bs.
Confirmed for sessions:
Inspired by the Quadrangle Documentary Film Festival (taking place for the third time at the same location, 6 â€“ 8 September), and the Binger Film Lab in Amsterdam, as well as drawing on LSFF Director Philip Ilsonâ€™s work with the rural aspects of the Branchage Film Festival in Jersey using alternative sites to create new film experiences.
Tickets are priced at Â£80 and can be purchased on Eventbrite (price includes 2 nights of camping, 15 events, networking drinks and Saturday night Networking Dinner).
This event is kindly supported by the Quadrangle Trust