Peckham & Nunhead FFF 2021

The 12th Peckham & Nunhead Free Film Festival kicks off on 9th September at the Ivy House with a medley of short films curated by our friends at Deptford Cinema. It runs through to 19th September when we’ll be collaborating with Peckhamplex to screen unique documentary Alien on Stage as part of an inaugural international tour.

In between we’ll be visiting various venues including pubs and community centres. We’ll be returning to Nunhead Cemetery to show a rarely seen gothic version of Beauty and the Beast. Environmental questions are explored in 2040, screening at the Veolia Waste Management Centre, and Life’s a Beach at Peckham Riviera. Music is very much on the agenda with the London premiere of Art Terry’s Self Isolation Songbook at the Old Nun’s Head, the award-winning Ray at the Copleston Centre and a rare screening of The Devil and Daniel Johnston at the Ivy House. Determined young women are at the centre of our double bill Riding a Dream and Wadjda showing at The Green. For all ages there’s Song of the Sea at Rye Hill TRA Hall and One Bum Cinema will be located at The Market, Rye Lane throughout most of the festival. Plus you can get together a team and display your film knowledge at a pub quiz at the Old Nun’s Head on 12th September!