Movie Making Manual/Short Films/Fresh Films Cafe
Fresh Film's independent, film café 2005 programme is here. All events from Fresh Films London Ltd are not for profit. Look out for:
- Regular screenings on Tuesdays
- Children’s Film Festival and a Music and Film season both to be held in March and April 2005. This season is generously funded by Film London and New Cross Gate New Deal for the Community. The above programme is subsidised, supported by the National Lottery through the UK Film Council and Film London Regional Investment Fund for England. Full details to follow shortly. We are now open for submissions for shorts and B movies
February 8th 2005:Edit
- L’homme Du Train: 2002. Patrice Leconte, starring Jean Rochefort and Johnny Hallyday.
- ‘A charming melancholic divertissement’ Time Out. It’s a beautiful
and touching film. Paths not taken and lives not tasted are meshed in this part western, part odd couple film which manages to be funny and subtle whilst never straying into farce. As Hallyday cases the local bank his host prepares for surgery and the two develop an unspoken interconnection. A film to be savoured over wine.
- February 22nd: La Haine (second in our online film poll)
- March 8th:Delicatessen (winner of the online film poll)
£5.00 gets you a hot meal and entrance. The Café is fully licensed; bottled beer and wine available plus Fair Trade tea and espresso/ hot chocolate. Fabulous cake.
Films start at 8.00, café open from 7.00. Call Chris for more info: 07905 961 876. Or phone the café on: 020 8320 2317. Tickets can be bought in advance from the café. Early arrival advised, it gets packed.
More info: www.freshfilmslondon.com
Where is it?Edit
Café Crema, 306 New Cross Road. Close to New Cross and New Cross Gate tube stations on the East London Line. Easy on the bus.