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Saturday 01st April 2017

48 hour Film Challenge Gala

Free (No ticket required - First come first served)
7:00PM (Doors open 6.30pm)
INDOOR: The Portico Gallery

The winners of the 48 hour film challenge will be announced here at the Portico Gallery, judged by a panel including experts from the BFI and Picturehouse Cinemas.

After the gala, there will be a screening of Ken Loach’s 2016 film I, Daniel Blake (admittance to those over 15 years only).

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West Norwood Free Film Festival
The Portico Gallery
23B Knight's Hill, West Norwood , London, United Kingdom

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