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Beeston Film Festival returns for its seventh year

8 March 21 words: Jamie Morris

Beeston Film Festival is set to return for its seventh year.

The festival - which is to go ahead in an online format again this year - will feature a selection of over 140 short films from over 80 different countries.

It will take place from Monday 22 to Sunday 28 March.

Festival director John Currie said: “Turn off Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, HBO, iPlayer for a week and spend the time watching an amazing international collection of short films.”

“There is something for everyone.”

Stars such as Vicki McClure, Dame Maureen Lipman and Helen Lederer will appear in the films alongside new and emerging talent.

A wide selection of genres are also promised, including horror, comedy and drama, as well as films celebrating LGBTQ+ pride and women’s voices.

The festival costs £10 plus a booking fee, with individual session tickets available for £2.50.

Tickets for Beeston Film Festival are available to purchase via Eventbrite

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