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With one-off interactive cinematic experiences and classic films in our town centre, Eastleigh Film Festival puts the excitement back into the movies.

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  1. Audience Presents - Your chance to programme a night at Eastleigh Film Festival 2019!
    26 Apr, 2019
    Audience Presents - Your chance to programme a night at Eastleigh Film Festival 2019!
    The Point, Eastleigh has announced dates for the seventh annual Eastleigh Film Festival. Running from Monday 23rd to Saturday 28th September, Eastleigh Film Festival will again create memorable cinematic adventures, showcasing much-loved films in locations across the Borough to put the fun back into going to the movies. With thanks to support from BFI Film Audience Network and the National Lottery, Eastleigh Film Festival is pleased to hand over the curation of the programme to audiences for
  2. Eastleigh Film Festival 2018 welcomed more than 750 people to the borough
    01 Oct, 2018
    Eastleigh Film Festival 2018 welcomed more than 750 people to the borough
    Eastleigh Film Festival (EFF), curated by The Point, celebrated a successful fifth year. EFF 2018 ran from Monday 24th to Saturday 29th September. Screening 13 films at 10 venues across six days, the festival welcomed more than 750 people to the borough for screenings of cult and iconic films at unique venues including independent restaurants and shops, a refurbished Victorian chapel and a church, and even deep in the woods after dark. The festival closed with a sold-out screening of 80’s
  3. William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet: why we love it
    06 Sep, 2018
    William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet: why we love it
    The penultimate night at this month's festival sees us returning to Eastleigh Baptist Church for one of our most exciting screenings to date. If you need any convincing as to why you should join us for our screening of Romeo + Juliet, here's why we love it. In 1996 Australian director Baz Luhrmann – a relative unknown amongst Hollywood heavyweights – grabbed Shakespeare and made it into an MTV spectacle. Luhrmann decided that the Bard could – and would – talk to a contemporary audience of moody
  4. 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