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Cinema announces opening of film festival
12:38pm Friday 4th October 2013 in News
A FILM festival featuring titles from around the world and a wide range of genres will hit Richmond cinema screens next week.
The Station Cinema is hosting its fortnight-long film festival from Friday, October 11 until Thursday, October 24, and will include dramas, thrillers, documentaries and comedies.
The 15 films to be screened have never been showed at the Station before.
Snowboarding documentary The Crash Reel, espionage thriller The East and French-Canadian comedy Starbuck are a selection from this year's line-up.
Station Cinema owner Rob Younger said: “This year the Station Film Festival is proud to announce that Vince Woods and Arthur McKenzie, director and script-writer of Harrigan, will be attending a question and answer session following the screening of their film on Friday, October 18.”
Mr Younger added: “This is a great opportunity for film festival audiences to engage with the creators of this superb piece of local cinema and tickets are selling very quickly.”
Secondly, Two Jacks, a comical Tolstoy adaptation charting the Hollywood successes and misfortunes of a roguish father and son, will have special preview screenings at this year's festival.
Audiences will be able to watch this film prior to its general release in the UK.
A full programme and tickets are available from the Station Cinema Box Office, 01748-823062 or www.stationcinema.com
Before Friday, October 11, customers can buy four tickets and get one free.
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