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Thursday 17th March 2022
Charlton & Woolwich Free Film Festival 2022 – first public planning meeting – come along
The Charlton and Woolwich Free Film Festival is back in 2022 and we need you! We are having a public meeting on Thursday 17th March 2022 from 7pm to 9pm in the Prince Henry Room at Charlton House and anyone interested in finding out more about the film festival is encouraged to attend and welcome to become part of our pool of volunteers.
Perhaps there’s a film you’d like to screen (we’ll help you!) or maybe you’d like to help set up the screen and the sound system.
Or if you like social media and are keen to help us tell more people about the free films they can watch this September, come along.
When and where is the public meeting?
Charlton & Woolwich Free Film Festival – Public Meeting
Date: Thursday 17th March 2022
Time: 7pm to 9pm
Venue: Prince Henry Room at Charlton House (upstairs, there’s a lift and venue is wheelchair accessible).
Since 2016 we’ve screened over 70 films including Black Panther, Dean Spanley, They Shall Not Grow Old, Yellow Submarine, Sisters With Transistors, One Cut of the Dead, Do The Right Thing and Free Solo in more than 20 venues including artFix, Tramshed, Charlton Assembly Rooms, St George’s Garrison Church, Royal Artillery Square, Shrewsbury House and quite a few pub gardens.
When and where is the actual festival?
This year the Charlton and Woolwich Free Film Festival will run from Friday 9th to Saturday 17th September 2022 in various venues (yet to be determined) in SE7 and SE18.
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Life of Brian starts at 8pm at @SwanPubSE7 as part of @CWFilmFestival. Beards not compulsory, but they may keep you warm. Outside bar too! #cwfff19 pic.twitter.com/alzYEdOk8S— The Charlton Champion (@CharltonCSE7) September 8, 2019
I always enjoy this film. Even better watching it at @Severndroog castle this evening. @CWFilmFestival pic.twitter.com/E0XY2bLlVQ— Andrew Holloway 🥁 🇪🇺🏴☠️ (@handronicus101) September 14, 2018