CHELTENHAM ONLINE FILM FESTIVAL

Buy discounted tickets for Cheltenham International Film Festival Online
and support Film Bath

 

Widcombe Social Club is becoming a Virtual Screening Partner for Cheltenham International Film Festival Online. From Monday 08 June until Sun 14 June, we will bring 35 new narrative and documentary feature films, plus a shorts programme, to your living room. Almost all of these films have played at prestigious international festivals, but have not yet been released in the UK and are unavailable on any other streaming platform.

By purchasing your ticket using our unique code, you will receive a 20% discount and you will also be supporting Widcombe Social Club as we will receive a percentage of the ticket sales. Tickets are available at an early bird price of just £3.59 using the coupon code up until midnight on 07 June.

All you need to do is to go https://ciff.shift72.com/ and use our unique promo code WSC20 when purchasing a ticket for any film you wish to watch. And don’t worry if you miss any of the films, most will be available for seven days after their initial screening. 

We hope that you join us in our partnership with Cheltenham International Film Festival 2020, which is moving from the South-West region to a nationwide film festival during this time of Covid-19.

We wish you happy viewing.

Four Highlights from the Cheltenham Online International Film Festival Programme

 

Lost Transmissions – Set in the LA music scene, Katherine O’Brien’s debut feature stars Simon Pegg and Juno Temple. Lost Transmissions launches the Festival on 8 June, and will be followed by a live streamed Q+A with Simon Pegg hosted by Eye For Film’s Jennie Kermode.

 

Antigone – An electrifying new Canadian film from Sophie Deraspe, in which a talented young Algerian emigrée denies herself a glittering future to save her fallen brother. Canada’s entry for 92nd Oscars and voted best Canadian film at TIFF; it is a vibrant film seething with palpable outrage.

 

Paradise – Alfio is given a new identity and sanctuary in a village in the Italian Alps after witnessing a Mafia hit. Funnily enough, the very hitman he’s fleeing turns up, having informed on his mob mates. A wry comedy of manners from director Davide Del Degan, part of our Italian Focus.

 

White Riot - Exhilarating documentary about the emergence of Rock Against Racism in 1976. Rubika Shah’s debut culminates in 1978 Victoria Park Carnival featuring The Clash, whose rock star charisma and conviction took RAR's message to the masses. Followed by a Q+A with Shah to close the Festival.

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Richard Clarke