Led by Epsom resident and professional producer Chris Hastings, this years Satisfied Eye International Film Festival is hosted in the iconic flying saucer shaped Bourne Hall in Ewell. The Festival is sponsored by The Epsom and Ewell Times.
Starts tomorrow (Friday 26th May) through to Sunday. There is something for everyone. Here is a synopsis of the main action:
List of events …
Friday 26th May: 7.30 People’s Choice (our best films as selected by local judges) (already sold out)
Saturday 27th May
12.30 Amazing Animations (our best animated shorts)
1.45 All Blood Runs Red (selection of shorts celebrating diversity)
3.15 Stranger than Fiction (selection of documentary shorts)
4.30 Still Working 9 to 5 (full length documentary that looks at the cultural impact of the 80s movie starring Dolly Parton, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin)
6.15 The Darker Side (a selection of twisted shorts)
Sunday 28th May
12.30 Best of British (a selection of our best home grown films)
1.45 The Lighter Side (a selection of comedy shorts)
3.15 Sobs, Sniffles & Smiles (a selection of shorts focusing on the human condition)
4.30 Wonder Women (a selection of our best shorts directed by women filmmakers)
6.00 Finding Her Beat (full length documentary about the attempt to put on the world’s first all female taiko concert)
There are also a number of additional events:
Saturday and Sunday 12.30-4.30 Free Kids Animation
All weekend, several photo ops including The Iron Throne, Back to the Future DeLorean, a working Johnny 5 from Short Circuit
Sunday 7.30 a live taiko drumming performance and workshop (Finding Her Beat ticket holders only)
The Satisfied Eye International Film Festival (SEIFF) returns to Epsom for its 4th season this May.
SEIFF, which rated in the top 100 festivals in the world within its first year, returns with a selection of the best independent features, shorts, documentaries and animation from around the world; as well as free animation screenings for children.
With a high-quality programme including Oscar and BAFTA nominees and winners, premieres, familiar faces ranging from Hollywood legend Jane Fonda to A list regular Oscar Isaac, comedies and cartoons, horror and sci fi, world cinema to the best of British, there is guaranteed to be something for everybody.
Tickets are £5 per screening or a full festival pass costs £25 allowing full access to the entire festival (festival passes at the Early Bird price of £20 until the end of April).
Full event details and tickets at www.satisfiedeye.com/tickets
The Times to award film festival passes has come (tickets already won).