Fisheye Film Festival 24.09 - 10.10.15

A Film and Theatre project High Wycombe, United Kingdom

Inspire more film-making and a wider appreciation of film through an annual community festival. We need funds to publicise it more widely.

They did it!


On 13th Oct 2015 we successfully raised

£360

with

10 backers

in

35 days


Project owner

Project aim

We need funds to help publicise a new community film festival for the Wycombe area to promote and  inspire more film-making and a broader appreciation of film locally.

About the project

We want to make a difference by stirring our talented local population of filmmakers to creativity, and by inspiring more people to make films. Film is a current and now a much more accessible medium of expression for everyone in the community, and can be used to promote understanding, raise awareness, tell stories and create identity. We would like to see a raft of projects developing from the festival’s existence -youth culture, heritage, social issues – stories both factual and fictional.

 

Everyone can enjoy watching films and we wish to offer a programme reflecting our local cultural mix, and inviting audiences to broaden their experiences of film. We wish to encourage communities to bring back the social element of cinema by coming together to watch films in village halls and pop-up venues around the local area.

 

For this year, your support would go towards publicising and promoting our events for example contributing to posters, merchandise and promotional activities. We would like to be able to host a launch event and involve the press to get more people talking about what we are doing. 

Thank you for supporting us. www.fisheyefilmfest.uk

 

Fisheye On Film-making

 

 

Ida (2013) an award-winning Polish film