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  1. Interview: Neil Mcenery-West talks Directing
    16 Aug, 2017
    Interview: Neil Mcenery-West talks Directing
    In 2016 Eastleigh Film Festival welcomed British director Neil Mcenery-West to The Point to screen his celebrated independent survival thriller Containment. We've invited him back to the festival to share his industry expertise in a Directing workshop as part of our Film Careers event. We caught up with him to find out what he's been up to and what participants can expect at this year's EFF Careers Morning. Can you tell us a bit about yourself? I'm a writer and director working in film. I have
  2. Guest Blog: Carrie's Legacy
    31 Jul, 2017
    Guest Blog: Carrie's Legacy
    Beware, spoilers ahead... If you asked a horror fan for ten movies they would recommend to a non-horror fan, then I would expect Carrie to be on every list. Considered as a classic by genre lovers and general movie fans alike, Carrie is one of those movies with so many points of interest, that you will instantly want to talk to someone about it as soon as it's finished. It's easy to forget that Carrie was released two years before the original Halloween film and it has had a massive influence
  3. Did you Know...
    25 Jul, 2017
    Did you Know...
    We here at Eastleigh Film Festival have carefully selected hand-picked movies and unique locations in which to screen some of cinema’s best-loved gems. This year we (kinda’) have a sport-themed Friday as British classic Bend it Like Beckham and the genre-defining Rocky take to two sporty venues, but did you know…. Bend it Like Beckham’s director Gurinder Chadha was the first British Asian woman to direct a feature length film with Bhaji on the Beach, released in 1995 Rocky was the highest
  4. Eastleigh Film Festival returns
    12 Jun, 2017
    Eastleigh Film Festival returns
    Summer has arrived (well, kind of) and we're busy in the Eastleigh Film Festival office confirming details for more unmissable cinematic experiences, coming this September 25th – 30th. We've selected a whole bunch of brilliant films from not-to-be-missed cult cinema to contemporary classics and modern day masterpieces. These great movies, as usual, will be screened in locations to match in and around Eastleigh as this year we expand our territory and explore the Borough. It's our fourth year