PFS Autumn Season is delayed

 

PFS is pleased to announce their limited autumn season program focusing on their most popular annual events; Recovery Festival, Short Cuts Local Film Festival and our I Am Only Human II film screenings and Art Awards Ceremony, thanks to support from Portsmouth Guildhall and Kings Theatre.

Keep on the lookout for the upcoming drive-in season.

Last year, PFS delivered their first autumn indoor program during the challenging COVID 19 transition period and launched Southsea Community Cinema while investing in state of the art film screening equipment for Southsea Community Cinema.

PFS is actively engaged in securing a permanent home and looking forward to bringing you a full program in the near future.

They thank you for your support.

 

Please see the PFS autumn season here: https://www.portsmouthfilmsociety.org.uk/autumn-2021/

 

Portsmouth Film Society is proud to present the 2021 Local Short Film Festival on 23rd October at 2 pm at Portsmouth Guildhall.

Portsmouth Film Society will show the local filmmakers short films. This year we are in partnership with Film Crew 4u and Portsmouth Guildhall. The festival program is here: https://www.portsmouthfilmsociety.org.uk/shortscut/ The festival Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/600355288066703.

Tickets: https://filmfreeway.com/PortsmouthShortCutsFilmFestival/tickets

 

ROCKS at Kings Theatre

The date: Friday 5th November 7 pm

Dir: Sarah Gavron UK 2019 93 mins 12A

The heart-breaking but life-affirming story of 15-year-old Shola, who seeks to avoid being taken into care by fending for herself and her younger brother. Vibrant, gritty, but optimistic.

I am Only Human Students Award Ceremony before the screening.

 

4th RECOVERY FESTIVAL at Kings Theatre

The date: Saturday 6th November 7 pm

ANOTHER AROUND

Dir. Thomas Vinterberg Cert 12A 116 mins Denmark | 2020

Winner of the Oscar for Best International Feature Film at the 93rd Academy Awards and winner of the Best Film Not in the English Language at the 74th British Academy Film Awards.

There is an obscure philosophical theory that humans should have been born with a small amount of alcohol in our blood; that modest inebriation opens our minds to the world around us, diminishing problems and increasing creativity.

The film tackles the subject of alcohol abuse, but please be aware that if scenes of alcohol consumption are a trigger for you, then please only join us for the Q&A session afterwards at 9 pm (free entry)

After the screening, there will be a Q&A session about addiction and mental health with Toni Mason from TLM Counseling Services. Toni has nine years of experience and knowledge on various issues, including trauma, anxiety, depression, PTSD, substance misuse, mental health, and physical health. http://tlmcounsellingservices.com

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