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Portobello Film Festival 2014
28 Aug - 14 Sept



 

 


   

Portobello Film Festival 2013
Impressions


See you this year!


Photos by Matthew Buxton

Watch all impressions as a short slide show


 


 

 


   

Portobello Film Festival 2013 Golden Trellick Awards & Nominations


Special West London Film Network Award of £1000 for Best London film


Winner: Birds Fly South (Wade Baylis)
Trash (Nicole Alberelli)
Homeboy 2 (Gary Lee Haynes)
Crosswords (Steve Simmons)
Consuelo (Paul Johnson)


Best Film


Winner: Sacrifice (Ryan Claffey)
Isobel's Last Day (Jonathan Gibbins)
Double Top (Gus Alvarez)
Homebrew (Paveen Ilangoran)
Chinese Burns (Alan Ronald)


Best Newcomer

Winner: Killer Heels (Amanda Foster)
Home Sweet Home (Sinitta Monero)
Untouchable (lana McIver)
David & Mary (Lisa Higgins)
The Days Inbetween (Stephan George)


Best World Cinema


Winner: Domestico (Adrian Sitaru)
The Last Cry Of The Dragon (Jamil Hendi)
Casa Luiz (Navina Katib & Alexandria Weltz)


Best Comedy


Winner: Voodoo Moustache (Louis Paxton)
Television (Graham Gunner)
PMS (Fiona Moore)
They Call Me Clifton (Michael Byrne)
Tyres R Us (Tito Saachi)
The Church Of Sexual Purity (Nic Sanchez)
This Cod Earth (James Dethick)
Santa's Blotto (Patrick MIles)
Evil Urges (Callum Carver Jones)
A Bit Older, A Little Bit Taller (Manilio Roseano)


Best Music/Rock And Roll


Winner: Bob (Oliver Smith)
The Promoter (Ed & Sam Edwards)
How To Make A Video On Your iPhone (J.c. Carroll)
LIvin Out Rock And Roll (Paolo Sedezzario)
Big In LA (Norman Cambridge)
Streets Of Sorrow (Nick Fletcher)
Back In The House (Farid Slimani)


Best Documentary

Winner: Squaring Up (Hamilton & Lamb)
What Is Hidden May Be Found (Jonathan David Holmes)
La Badoil (Dominic Brown)
Lappings, Lemels, and Sweeps (Digitalworks)
Top Ten LDN (Tara Manandhar)
Poems By Heathcote Williams (Alex Cox)
The End Point Of A Circle (Dominic Wade)
1 Squat, 38 People, and a Mum's Visit (Daisa Raimanova)
Hitching The A1(Mcquiggan & Igwe)
From Cable Street To Brick Lane (Hazuan Hashim)


Best Local (W10)

Winner: Circles (Spencer Hudson)
Sorry We Don't Help Darkies (Travis Watson)
Notting Hill '58 (Piers Thompson)
'58 Riot Tour (Thomas Vague)
Carnival '73 (Tony Auguste)
A Right Pair (Anabel Herbert)


Best Drama

Winner: Molly Crows (Ray Wilkes)
Communion (Greg Hall)
Benny Loves Kiiling (Ben Woodiwiss)
The Chess Game (Paul Laight)
Darling (Thomas Paul Martin)


Best Art/Experminental

Winner: The Undream (Alexander Thomas)
Mind Junk (Rebecca Summerfield)
The Search For Inspiration Gone (Ashley Briggs)
Mictlan (Augustin Gimel)
Rep 5091(Robert S. Smith)
CTRL (Mat Waruszinski)
The Power And The Freedom (Dominic Pillal)






 




Many of the Award Winning and Nominatied films can be viewed here on the West London Film Network site
www.wlfn.org/film-archives/

Photos of Art Events and Film Makers at Portobello 2013 can be seen here
www.flickr.com/photos/99418495@N06/



 

 


   

The 18th Portobello Film Festival
Grand Awards Ceremony

This was our Grand Awards Ceremony - see you next year!

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3



  15 September 2013
6pm - 10.30pm

Pop Up Cinema
3 Acklam Road
London W10 5TY


 

 


   

Portobello Film Festival 2013
28 August - 15 September


download full programme (PDF)


It's another FREE feast for independent film lovers – the 18th Portobello Film Festival. And this year it comes with a generous helping of art at the Louise T Blouin Gallery from Wednesday 28 August to Sunday 1 September.
Wednesday 28th August, Festival opening night at Louise T Blouin, includes the world premiere of Anarchist, Phil Strongman's Malcolm McLaren situationist biopic, featuring the Sex Pistols, Vivienne Westwood, Tracy Emin and McLaren himself.


Alternative London Film Festival
at the Portobello Pop Up Cinema



And here's another treat for indie film buffs – the Alternative London Film Festival section of the Portobello Film Festival. All films are showing at the Portobello Pop Up Cinema and the Grand Opening Ceremony (FREE ENTRY) is at 6pm on Thursday 29 August. Featured film that night is The Promoter, directed by Ed Edwards and produced by Sam Edwards.

Shows run every night except Mondays from Thursday 29 August to Sunday 15 September from 6pm to 10.30pm. Entry to all shows is free.

The Portobello Pop Up, set in a bay under the Westway Flyover, is Britain's most unusual cinema. There's a relaxed club atmosphere there with a bar and food, and plenty of room to meet the London independent film scene's movers and shakers, or just chill with your mates.
Pop up programme



Portobello World Cinema Festival


30 Aug - 15 Sep: Westbourne Studios, 242 Acklam Road, W10 5JJ featuring the latest and best independent cinema from around the world with a special focus this year on Germany.
westbourne programme





 




Selected highlights from
the Pop Up programme


Sat 31 August
Homage to Hitchcock.
New independent thrillers.

Sun 1 September
Out of this World.
The latest sci fi and fantasy.

Fri 6 September
Are You Local?
Films from around Portobello Road.

Sat 7 and Sunday 8 September Having A Laugh.
Two nights of comedy.

Fri 13 September
The horror, the horror!
It's the right date for a night of fear...

Sun 15 September
Grand Awards Ceremony.
Golden Trellicks for the best films and a £1000 CASH PRIZE for London Independent Movie of the Year, sponsored by West London Film Network.


Portobello Urban Art Festival #1: Pop Modern


The list for the street-art event is a who's who of contemporary artists:
Joe Rush, Teddy Baden, Sickboy, Cosmo Sarson, Code FC, Lucy Sparrow, Dotmaster, Peter Dunne
more pop modern information

 

 


   

SCHEDULE 2013
ENTRY TO ALL EVENTS IS FREE AND OPEN TO ALL OVER 18!


download full programme (PDF)




WED 28 Aug

LOUISE BLOUIN
Launch Event
Pop Modern Private View &
Anarchist - The Malcom McLaren Generation
(PROGRAMME)



THU 29 Aug

POP UP CINEMA
Grand Opening Ceremony.
Films & Fun featuring The Promoter by Sam Edwards
(PROGRAMME)



Fri 30 Aug

LOUISE BLOUIN
5 PM-1 AM
An Evening Of How Jamaica Conquered The World
An evening of Jamaican cultural success. Come and celebrate the Island and the podcast How Jamaica Conquered the World.
(programme)

POP UP CINEMA
6-10.30 PM
Music Be The Food Of Love
Rock And Roll films inc. Lovers Rock by Menalik Shabaz, Livin Out Rock And Roll by Paolo Sedazari, and How To Make A Music Video On Your Iphone by JC Carroll.
(PROGRAMME)

WESTBOURNE STUDIOS
6-11 PM
Drama
(PROGRAMME)



Sat 31 Aug

POP UP CINEMA
2 PM
Family Film Show
Wreck It Ralph
(programme)

POP UP CINEMA
6-10.30 PM
Homage To Hitchcock
Hot off the edit suite London thrillers inc. Greg Hall’s Communion and Ryan Claffey’s Sacrifice
(PROGRAMME)

WESTBOURNE STUDIOS
12-11 PM
Documentary
(PROGRAMME)



SUN 1 SEPT

POP UP CINEMA
2 PM
Family Film Show
Oz The Great And Powerful
(programme)

POP UP CINEMA
6-10.30 PM
Out Of This World
The latest Sci Fi and Fantasy inc. Darling, Roots, Rep 5091, Four Nerds & A Bird, and Hardeep Giani’s Rose Mary And Time.
(PROGRAMME)

WESTBOURNE STUDIOS
12-11 PM
German Films
(PROGRAMME)



MON 2 SEPT

WESTBOURNE STUDIOS
6-11 PM
Thriller & Drama

(PROGRAMME)



TUE 3 SEPT

POP UP CINEMA
6-10.30 PM
Just For You London 1
New London movies – dramas, romances and docs, including From Cable Street To Brick Lane.
(PROGRAMME)

WESTBOURNE STUDIOS
6-11 PM
Art Documentary
(PROGRAMME)

EARL OF PORTOBELLO
7 PM
Anachron Film Evening
In Memory Of Jess Franco The Maestro Of Pulp Cinema
(programme)



WED 4 SEPT

POP UP CINEMA
6-10.30 PM
The Advance Guard
Featuring art films and experimental work by Stuart Pound, Christinn Whyte and Alan Dogend.
(PROGRAMME)

WESTBOURNE STUDIOS
6-11 PM
Spanish Films
(PROGRAMME)



THU 5 SEPT

POP UP CINEMA
6-10.30 PM
Animation Station
Non stop animated shorts & 2 feature films: Spiritual Contact: The Movie and Chinese Burns.
(PROGRAMME)

WESTBOURNE STUDIOS
6-11 PM
USA & German
(PROGRAMME)



FRI 6 SEPT

POP UP CINEMA
6-10.30 PM
Are You Local?
Films from W10/W11 inc. Roughler TV, Tom Vague, and honorary expatriate Grover Heathcote Williams.
(PROGRAMME)

WESTBOURNE STUDIOS
6-11 PM
German Films
(PROGRAMME)



SAT 7 SEPT

POP UP CINEMA
2 PM
Family Film Show
Ice Age 4: Continental Drift
(programme)

POP UP CINEMA
6-10.30 PM
Having A Laugh 1
First night of two showcasing the latest London Comedy Films inc. City Slacker with Tom Conti and Fiona Gillies.
(PROGRAMME)

WESTBOURNE STUDIOS
12AM-9 PM
Drama
(PROGRAMME)









 


Venues and dates –
all events FREE



28 Aug - 1 Sept
Louise T Blouin Institute
3 Olaf Street, London W11 4BE

29 Aug - 15 Sept
Portobello Pop Up Cinema
3 Acklam Road, W10 5TY

30 Aug - 15 Sep
Westbourne Studios
242 Acklam Road, W10 5JJ

3 Sept - 15 Sept
The Muse
269 Portobello Road, W11 1LR

11 Sept - 13 Sept
The Tabernacle
Powis Square, W11 2AW



SUN 8 SEPT

POP UP CINEMA
2 PM
Family Film Show
Hotel Transylvania
(programme)

POP UP CINEMA
6-10.30 PM
Having A Laugh 2
Second night showcasing the latest London Comedy Films inc. Homeboy 2 by Gary Lee Haynes.
(PROGRAMME)

WESTBOURNE STUDIOS
12AM-11 PM
Spanish Films
(PROGRAMME)



MON 9 SEPT

WESTBOURNE STUDIOS
6-11 PM
South America
(PROGRAMME)



TUE 10 SEPT

POP UP CINEMA
6-10.30 PM
All Human Life Is There
Documentaries including What Is Hidden May Be Found, revelations from South American Archaeology.
(PROGRAMME)

WESTBOURNE STUDIOS
6-11 PM
Comedy
(PROGRAMME)



WED 11 SEPT

POP UP CINEMA
6-10.30 PM
The Revolutions Will Be televised
Activist documentaries from Dean Puckett, Roadworks Media and others.
(PROGRAMME)

WESTBOURNE STUDIOS
6-11 PM
USA
(PROGRAMME)

TABERNACLE
6 PM
Caribbean Film Corner
(programme)

YAA CENTRE
6 PM
Caribbean Film Corner
(programme)



THU 12 SEPT

POP UP CINEMA
6-10.30 PM
Just For You London 2
More new London movies, including tonight a Showcase of work by young directors from the National Film And Television School.
(PROGRAMME)

WESTBOURNE STUDIOS
6-11 PM
Documentary
(PROGRAMME)

TABERNACLE
6 PM
Caribbean Film Corner
(programme)

YAA CENTRE
6 PM
Caribbean Film Corner
(programme)



FRI 13 SEPT

POP UP CINEMA
6-10.30 PM
The horror, the horror!
A celebration of the latest London low budget horror movies inc. Ray Andrew Wilkes’ Molly Crows.
(PROGRAMME)

WESTBOURNE STUDIOS
6-11 PM
French Night
(PROGRAMME)

TABERNACLE
6 PM
Caribbean Film Corner
(programme)

YAA CENTRE
6 PM
Caribbean Film Corner
(programme)



SAT 14 SEPT

TABERNACLE
10 AM
Caribbean Cartoons
for the kids and entire family

POP UP CINEMA
6-10.30 PM
Just For You London 3
More London dramas and docs including Benny Loves Killing
(PROGRAMME)

WESTBOURNE STUDIOS
12 AM-9 PM
Feature Film & Shorts

(PROGRAMME)



SUN 15 SEPT

WESTBOURNE STUDIOS
12AM- 6PM
Video Cafe
(video cafe selction)

POP UP CINEMA
6-10.30 PM
Grand Awards Ceremony including prizes of Golden Trellicks and £1000 Cash Prize for our favourire London Movie this year sponsored by West London Film Network.
(PROGRAMME)




 

 


   

Hollywood West 10
History of West London Film 2013
by Tom Vague
www.wlfn.org/history-west-london-films/

 

 


   

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