And that's a wrap
Robyn O'Mahony
Tuesday, October 04, 2016

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  1. First wave of films announced for EFF 2018
    29 Jun, 2018
    First wave of films announced for EFF 2018
    Eastleigh Film Festival, curated by The Point, returns for a fifth year, Monday 25th to Saturday 29th September. The popular event has garnered a reputation for putting the fun back into going to the movies by screening cult, classic and iconic movies in unique locations to match. Featuring indoor and outdoor cinema with a twist, the festival is now in its fifth year following a successful week in 2016 which saw hundreds of people flock to Eastleigh for film fun. Curators at The Point will
  2. 2018 festival dates revealed!
    19 Apr, 2018
    2018 festival dates revealed!
    We are delighted to announce that Eastleigh Film Festival will return for its fifth year this 24th to 29th September. 2017 was the final year for our seasoned Festival Director Dan, so this year's festival has been programmed using a different approach. Our curators at The Point have collaboratively searched high and low, far and wide across the Borough of Eastleigh, for locations that perfectly match a whole bunch of handpicked films.  We aren't quite ready to announce our line-up for this
  3. Pop-up Film Fest launches February 2018
    12 Dec, 2017
    Pop-up Film Fest launches February 2018
    We're excited to announce a new-for-2018 Pop-up Film Fest series, launching in February. Focusing in on cult and classic cinema, the new series will screen different films in Secret Locations throughout the year. Launching on Monday 12th February with Ridley Scott’s iconic sci-fi Blade Runner, all tickets are priced at just £10. In September we welcomed over 500 people to sold-out film screenings in unique venues around the borough, and now we focus on expanding to bring film fun to our loyal
  4. Southampton General Hospital hosts Charity Film Night
    13 Nov, 2017
    Southampton General Hospital hosts Charity Film Night
    On Thursday 23rd November Southampton General Hospital (SGH) Charity will host a Meet the Director Film Night to raise funds for healthcare professionals supporting patients in mental health crisis. They were born against a backdrop of economic turmoil and global conflict. Some came from a rural lifestyle unchanged since the 19th century, while others grew up in a gritty, blue-collar America of mines and smoke stacks. They ranged from students straight out of college, to soldiers toughened by