Worcester film festival returns for another year  - The Worcester Observer

Worcester film festival returns for another year 

THE Worcestershire Film Festival is back for another exciting year, solidifying its status as a favorite among filmmakers and film lovers.

This renowned festival celebrates the burgeoning film industry in Worcestershire, creating a dynamic platform for independent filmmakers from around the world to connect, network, and collaborate, making it an international melting pot of the industry.

The 2024 festival promises to be as thrilling as previous years, featuring screenings at ODEON Cinema, filmmaker Q&As, special screenings, workshops, a pitch event, industry talks, a launch event, an awards gala, film socials, and more exciting announcements to come.

Kelly Mikulla, founder and managing director of the Worcestershire Film Office, said: “Worcestershire is rapidly becoming a hidden gem in the film industry, offering everything from historic landmarks and quaint villages to modern urban settings and a variety of large, empty buildings of all shapes and sizes.

“Conveniently located in the heart of the country with easy access from the M5, Worcestershire is an ideal and accessible destination for filmmakers.

“The Worcestershire Film Office is dedicated to providing production support and location research to all types of productions, ensuring a fast turnaround and within budget.”




With around 300 films showcased from 40 countries in ODEON Cinemas across the West Midlands, the festival provides an excellent opportunity for independent filmmakers to launch their projects.


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