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Sep
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Screen Your Story Winners 2017 @ Olympic Studios,
Sep 29 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Screen Your Story Winners 2017 @ Olympic Studios,  | England | United Kingdom

Five short films will be shown all made from original stories from children – the theme is ‘horror’ and very spooky some of them are! Two of our directors, Hollywood film director John Irvin (‘Tinker Taylor’ ‘Hamburger Hill’ ‘Turtle Diary’ ‘Mandela’s Gun’) and BBC drama director John Gorrie (‘Doctor Who’ ‘Edward V11’ ‘Morse’) – will be there to answer questions along with the films’ editor George Clemens. Some of the crew and cast will also be there. Any one interested in the business of film making should definitely be there.

Barnes Film Festival 2017 Opening Gala Evening @ Old Sorting Office OSO
Sep 29 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Barnes Film Festival 2017 Opening Gala Evening @ Old Sorting Office OSO | England | United Kingdom

Be a part of the second Barnes Film Festival launch evening supported by The European Nature Trust. This year we are privileged to host a Q&A with Steven Moffat, writer and executive producer of BBC’s Sherlock and Dr Who, and Sue Virtue, producer of Mr Bean and Coupling. There will be music from rising star Willow Robinson, as well as a drinks reception and a selection of film shorts.

Sep
30
Sat
Project Wild Thing @ Olympic Studios
Sep 30 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Project Wild Thing @ Olympic Studios | England | United Kingdom

Filmmaker David Bond tries to get his children to spend more time in the great outdoors. Suitable for all ages, but please note there is occasional use of mild bad language.

 

Before the Flood @ St Paul's School
Sep 30 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Before the Flood @ St Paul's School | England | United Kingdom

Fisher Steven’s critically acclaimed documentary sees actor Leonardo DiCaprio meet with Scientists, Activists and World Leaders to discuss the dangers of climate change and possible solutions. Target Age 12+

 

Under 12 Animation Film Morning – Short film Screenings @ Old Sorting Office OSO
Sep 30 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Under 12 Animation Film Morning - Short film Screenings @ Old Sorting Office OSO | England | United Kingdom

A morning of environmentally conscious animation including; 

Star Stuff – the story of Carl Sagan. 10 mins. Directed by Ratimir Rakuljic. A boy who loves stars sets off on a voyage to see what he can discover.

Screening of last year’s 19-25 winner – Perched – directed and introduced by Liam Harris. 9 mins. A submarine commander struggles with lack of rainwater.

Fern Gully  – Crysta is a fairy who lives in Ferngully, a rainforest in Australia, and has never seen a human before. 1hr 16 mins.

Inconvenient Truth Sequel @ Olympic Studios
Sep 30 @ 12:15 pm – 2:15 pm
Inconvenient Truth Sequel @ Olympic Studios | England | United Kingdom

A decade after and Inconvenient Truth brought climate change into the heart of popular culture comes the follow-up that shows just how close we are to a real energy revolution.

Short films from the Tate’s Art in the Age of Black Power @ St Paul's School
Sep 30 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
Short films from the Tate's Art in the Age of Black Power @ St Paul's School | England | United Kingdom

A series of beautifully powerful films made by exciting young Black directors about African American artists from this time. For instance, Zawe Ashton directs a film profiling Lorraine O’ Grady an artist whose installations, performances and texts address issues black female subjectivity.  Cecile Emeke is profiling artist and author Faith Ringgold whose paintings and quilted narrative pieces show the racial, political and social tensions she experienced as an artist working in Harlem in the 60s and 70s and Andy Mundy-Castle directs a film profiling painter William T. Williams whose work spans five decade. Finally there will be a fourth film directed by esteemed director Kahlil Joseph (known for working with Beyoncé, Sampha, FKA Twigs and many more) who will be focussing on the works of renowned fine art photographer, Roy DeCarava, who was known for documenting lives of African Americans and jazz artists in Harlem. Collectively the films will elegantly portray the lives and works of these incredible artists.

Paddleboarding and Litter Pick & A Plastic Ocean Screening MULTIPLE EVENTS @ Kew Bridge Arches - W4/Drill Dock - SW13
Sep 30 @ 1:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Paddleboarding and Litter Pick & A Plastic Ocean Screening MULTIPLE EVENTS @ Kew Bridge Arches - W4/Drill Dock - SW13 | England | United Kingdom

Learn how to Stand Up Paddleboard on The Thames! SUP boarding is fun, easy to get the hang of and a popular watersport taking off all over the world. Active 360 have been organising river cleanups of our local waterways since 2011 and are the hosts of the Plastic Oceans Festival. Under 16’s must be accompanied by a guardian. Board, paddle & bouyancy aid provided. Bring drinking water, quick-dry clothing and shoes that can get wet, such as plastic sandals or old trainers. All paddlers must register with Active360 prior to this event at active360.co.uk

Event 1: Beginners Paddleboarding Lesson Kew to Barnes Film Festival / Paddle and Pick / Plastic Oceans Screening

When: Saturday 30th September, 1.30pm – 7pm

Where: Starts at Kew Bridge Arches, Strand-On-The-Green, London W4 3NG

Cost: £40

The highly experienced crew at Active360, based at the Brentford Arches, will lead this session from Kew to Barnes Film Festival. Beginners will receive around 1.5 hours instruction on the river. You will paddle with the tide to Barnes and join a plastic clean-up in The Thames in Barnes near Lonsdale Road. At 5pm, make the short walk with your group to the OSO in Barnes for the Q+A and screening of the documentary Plastic OceansEvent starts at 1.30, for a 2pm start on the river.

Event 2: Paddleboarding Kew to Barnes Film Festival for Paddleboarding veterans / Paddle and Pick / Plastic Oceans Screening

When: Saturday 30th September, 1.30pm – 7pm

Where: Starts at Kew Bridge Arches, Strand-On-The-Green, London W4 3NG

Cost: £15

Join this event from Brentford Arches in Kew to Barnes Film Festival. This ticket price does not include a lessons and is only for those who have paddled with Active360 in the past. (If you are a Beginner, please join the Beginners events instead.) You will paddle with the tide to Barnes and join a plastic clean-up in The Thames in Barnes near Lonsdale Road. At 5pm, make the short walk to the OSO in Barnes with your group for the Q+A and screening of the documentary Plastic OceansEvent starts at 1.30 for a 2pm start on the river.


Event 3: Beginners Paddleboarding Lesson Kew – Barnes – Kew twilight return / Paddle and Pick / Plastic Oceans Screening

When: Saturday 30th September, 1.30pm – 8pm

Where: Starts at Kew Bridge Arches, Strand-On-The-Green, London W4 3NG

Cost: £45

The highly experienced crew at Active360, based under the Brentford Arches, will lead this session from Kew to Barnes and return to Kew at twilight. Beginners will receive several hours instruction on the river. You will paddle with the tide to Barnes and join a plastic clean-up in The Thames in Barnes, near Lonsdale Road. At 5pm, walk into Barnes with your group for the Q+A and screening of the documentary Plastic OceansAt the end of the screening at 7pm, return to the river for the return journey to Kew on the incoming tide, arriving at Kew at around 8pm. Event starts at 1.30 for a 2pm start on the river.

Event 4: Paddleboarding Kew – Barnes – Kew twilight return for Paddleboarding veterans / Paddle and Pick / Plastic Oceans Screening

When: Saturday 30th September, 1.30pm – 8pm

Where: Starts at Kew Bridge Arches, Strand-On-The-Green, London W4 3NG

Cost: £20

Join this event from Brentford Arches in Kew to Barnes return. This ticket price does not include a lesson and is for those who have paddled with Active360 in the past. (If you are a beginner,  please sign on to the Beginners event instead.) You  will paddle with the tide to Barnes and join a plastic clean-up in The Thames in Barnes. At 5pm, walk into Barnes with your group for the Q+A and screening of the documentary Plastic OceansAt the end of the screening at 7pm, return to the river for the return journey to Kew on the incoming tide, arriving at Kew at around 8pm. Event starts at 1.30 for a 2pm start on the river.

Event 5: Beginners Paddlboarding mini-lesson / Paddle and Pick / Plastic Oceans screening

When: Saturday 30th September, 3pm – 7pm

Where: Drill Dock on Lonsdale Road, meet outside Barnes Sports Club, The Club House, 261 Lonsdale Rd, Barnes, London SW13 9QL

Cost: £11 adults / £9 students

A mini-taster session to learn how to Stand Up Paddleboard on The Thames!  The highly experienced crew at Active360 will provide 1 hour tuition at low tide at the Drill Dock area near Lonsdale Road. You will also be joining a plastic clean-up session in The Thames in Barnes. At 5pm, walk into Barnes with your group for the Q+A and screening of the documentary Plastic Oceans.

Event 6: Beginners Paddleboarding Lesson Barnes Film Festival to Kew at twilight for Beginners & Paddle and Pick & Plastic Oceans screening 

When: Saturday 30th September, 3pm – 8pm

Where: Drill Dock on Lonsdale Road, meet outside Barnes Sports Club, The Club House, 261 Lonsdale Rd, Barnes, London SW13 9QL

Cost: £35

The highly experienced crew at Active360, based at the Brentford Arches, will lead this session from Barnes at Lonsdale Road to Kew, ending at twilight at the Brentford Arches. Beginners will receive instruction on the river. You will begin this event at 3pm where you will receive instruction at low tide and join the Paddle and Pick near Lonsdale Road in Barnes. You will then make the short walk to the OSO in Barnes for the screening of  Plastic Oceans  then walk to the river to paddle with the tide back to Kew at twilight.

Event 7: Paddleboarding  for Paddleboarding veterans Barnes Film Festival to Kew & Paddle and Pick & Plastic Oceans 

When: Saturday 30th September, 3pm – 7pm

Where: Drill Dock on Lonsdale Road, meet outside Barnes Sports Club, The Club House, 261 Lonsdale Rd, Barnes, London SW13 9QL

Cost: £10

This ticket price is for those who have paddled with Active360 in the past. (For beginners, please see ticket options that include a lesson).  You will begin this event at 3pm  near Lonsdale Road in Barnes where you will join a Paddle and Pick session. You will then make the short walk to the OSO in Barnes for the screening of  Plastic Oceans  then walk to the river to paddle with the tide back to Kew at twilight.

Youth Filmmaking Competition – Under 12s Film Finalists @ Old Sorting Office OSO
Sep 30 @ 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm
Youth Filmmaking Competition - Under 12s Film Finalists @ Old Sorting Office OSO | England | United Kingdom

Come and view the shortlisted films for the under 12 age group category of our film competition. This will include a special screening of two short documentary films made by students of the Barnes Film Academy.

North of the Sun @ The Harrodian School
Sep 30 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
North of the Sun @ The Harrodian School | England | United Kingdom

Director Inge Wegge spent 9 months on a remote island to surf some of the world’s finest waves.