The 2015 Fisheye Film Festival is about to begin in the High Wycombe area.
Running from Thursday 24th September to Saturday 10th October 2015 the festival is a celebration of film and screen arts for people living in and around High Wycombe.
Local film maker’s group the Ellipsis Network came up with the idea for the festival after talking with the Wycombe Heritage and Arts Trust about the local arts scene. An opportunity was identified for film and screen to be represented among the local festivals, some of which are long established.
Named after the ultra-wide angle Fisheye lens, the festival aims to be open to all, drawing involvement from across the community and bringing new perspectives.
During the festival film screenings are scheduled to take place at the village halls in Naphill, Widmer End, Hughenden Valley and Kingshill. Screenings will also take place at Cineworld in the Eden shopping centre, Angelika Studios in Leigh Street and the Arts4Every1 centre in Desborough Road.
The first film to be shown will be ‘Kajaki the true story (15) (aka Kilo Two Bravo)’ which will be shown at Cineworld, High Wycombe at 8.30pm on Thursday 24th September 2015.
Further information on the events, tickets and a schedule of times for films being shown at the festival can be found on the Fisheye Film Festival website.