BFI Academy Film Premiere: The Game & Flowers in Autumn

Two short films created by Young Storyhouse's BFI Film Academy! Running from
Last event: Saturday 5 December 2020 at 7.45pm

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BFI Film Academy is a week-long course for young people ran by British Film Institute at Storyhouse. The course was ran in-person in October (before the national lockdown). During the course, the young people had masterclasses from leading film industry professionals and then worked together to produce, write, film and edit two short films in 360: The Game and Flowers in Autumn.

BFI Short Film Premiere: The Game and Flowers in Autumn:


About the films:

The Game
A Cluedo inspired 360° short film, from the BFI Film Academy delivered to you by Storyhouse & Reel Solutions.

Flowers in Autumn
“I’m so glad The Father chose you…”
A 360° Midsommar-inspired short  horror film from the BFI Film Academy delivered by Storyhouse and Reel Solutions

The films will premiere on Saturday 5 November at 7.45pm on BFI’s YouTube.

Find out more about BFI Film Academy here.

The Game

Flowers in Autumn

On Stage Kit De Waal
Garret Theatre

Author of international bestseller My Name Is Leon, Kit De Waal, comes to Chester Literature Festival.

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On Stage An Evening with David Harewood
Storyhouse Theatre

Birmingham born David Harewood discusses his first book Maybe I Don’t Belong Here. Part of Chester Literature Festival.

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On Stage Joanne Harris #Storytime
Garret Theatre

Intimate, engaging, quirky and darkly magical, appealing to audiences of all ages, but especially lovers of folklore, fantasy and fairytale. 

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On Stage Lemn Sissay: My Name is Why
Storyhouse Theatre

This is Lemn’s life story: a story of neglect and determination, misfortune and hope, cruelty and triumph.

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On Stage Patrick Gale: Mother’s Boy
Storyhouse Theatre

From the bestselling author of A Place Called Winter comes Mother’s Boy, a superb historical novel of Cornwall, class, desire and two world wars.

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On Stage An Evening with Graham Norton
Storyhouse Theatre

Hilarious and heart-warming, don’t miss the chance to spend an evening with one of the UK’s most loved personalities. 

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On Stage How to put on an Open-Air Theatre Show
Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre

Join producer Helen Redcliffe, along with others from the Storyhouse team, for a post show talk about everything that’s involved in making Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre.

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On Stage Meet the Creatives
Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre

Join director John Young and designer Jess Curtis as they take to the stage to talk about what it’s like creating a show at Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre.

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Pre-drinks in the Tepee
Sat 6.45pm
Grosvenor Open Air Theatre Tepee

Enjoy a free drink on us and an enchanting acoustic performance inside the magical setting of the tepee before the performance of Romeo and Juliet.

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On Stage How to Be Amazingly Happy!
Garret Theatre

A big hearted, big thinking show of storytelling and physical comedy as our heroine searches for joy, identity and belonging.

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