Nexus Film Festival

Sunday 12 May 2019

10:30 am : Main stage

16+

Tickets

General admission All day Ticket: £10.00
Individual screening Ticket: £4.00

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Nexus, the East Midlands Film Network (previously known as Film & TV Tweetup) are hosting their first ever short film festival. The all-day festival will showcase films from all genres: drama, comedy, horror, documentary, animation and more, all submitted by local filmmakers.

You can expect a total of 54 amazing short films to be screened here, followed by an Awards Ceremony on Thursday 16 May at Antenna, where there are up to 25 Awards up for grabs!

Get ready for three packed sessions and plenty of time to mingle at the bar.

Session 1 11am – 1:30pm
Documentaries, Comedies, Animations and Music Videos

Session 2 2:30pm – 5pm
Drama

Session 3 6pm – 8:30pm
Horror, Thriller, Sci-fi and Fantasy

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Nexus Film Festival

Nexus, the East Midlands Film Network (previously known as Film & TV Tweetup) are hosting their first ever short film festival. The all-day festival will showcase films from all genres: drama, comedy, horror, documentary, animation and more, all submitted by local filmmakers.

You can expect a total of 54 amazing short films to be screened here, followed by an Awards Ceremony on Thursday 16 May at Antenna, where there are up to 25 Awards up for grabs!

Get ready for three packed sessions and plenty of time to mingle at the bar.

Session 1 11am – 1:30pm
Documentaries, Comedies, Animations and Music Videos

Session 2 2:30pm – 5pm
Drama

Session 3 6pm – 8:30pm
Horror, Thriller, Sci-fi and Fantasy

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