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Purbeck Film Festival

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The Purbeck Film Festival offers two weeks of exciting films at our favourite cinemas, arts centres, village halls, pubs, tourism venues and hotels across the Purbeck region, Poole and Bournemouth. We have more new venues and fantastic films for everyone to enjoy, ranging from the culturally diverse side of cinema to the silents and classics, to world cinema and the good old favourites.

The Purbeck Shorts Competition offers national and international filmmakers an opportunity to see their film on the big screen in front of a professional Judging Panel, who will decide on a winner at the end of the evening. There is a Jury Prize and an Audience Award.

For further information please contact Julie Sharman, Administrator on 01929 554906/07888 668420 or email info@purbeckfilm.com. Visit www.purbeckfilm.com for full festival details.

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