Seven Days a Week (Tal Amiran) For the last 36 years, Paul has opened his North London paper stall at 4.40am, seven days a week, every week of the year. Now 66, and with his time selling papers nearing an end, Paul reflects on his life in the paper booth and what the future holds for…
Accrington & Rossendale College with The Pennine Film Festival is using the Coppice Theatre as a cinema to the public.
Reel Cinema in Burnley was the venue to a special screening of Jerusalem or Bust with a special introduction by filmmaker, artist and musician Nick Breakspear.
The Pennine Film Festival hosted a special Q&A with 2000AD comic book writer John Smith and comic book illustrator Tim Perkins.
The Pennine Film Festival is a premiere event at the heart of Lancashire that develops and inspires young and new filmmakers. Here are the details of the screenings for 2016
Movie fans enjoyed the 1980’s hit Ghostbusters when the paranormal comedy was projected on a giant screen in Accrington town centre.
Read and download the official programme for the 2015 annual event. The Pennine Film Festival is a premiere event at the heart of Lancashire that develops and inspires young and new filmmakers.