Keswick Film Festival

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Search and browse over 460 films from 18 years of Keswick Film Festival.

History

Festival History
The History of KFF

Former Keswick Film Club Chairman, Rod Evans, takes you on a journey through the past

2017 Festival

Swallows and Amazons
Swallows and Amazons

Join Visual Effects Supervisor, Simon Hughes and Producer Nick Barton for a special screening...



17th Keswick Film Festival

Revisit 2016 Festival

KFF17
17th Keswick Film Festival

This year our themes covered jazz, memory and we celebrated female filmmakers with three directors joining us for Q&As.

Audience Award

Still Mine
Still Mine

The highest rated film was the documentary My Love Don't Cross That River and the highest non-documentary was Still Mine.

2016 Programme

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16th Keswick Film Festival

Revisit 2015 Festival

KFF16
16th Keswick Film Festival

Take a look back as we celebrated Dogme, told you to Get On Yer Bike and welcomed the makers of the Cumbrian-based film Radiator, plus much more...

Audience Award

Come As You Are
Come As You Are

The audience rated Come As You Are the highest but there was also lots of love for One Crazy Ride, Radiator and The Dark Horse.

2015 Programme

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15th Keswick Film Festival

Revisit 2014 Festival

KFF15
15th Keswick Film Festival

We welcomed Dame Janet Suzman to Keswick to show her new film and look back at her career. Plus much more...

Audience Award

Lad: A Yorkshire Story
Lad: A Yorkshire Story

Lad: A Yorkshire Story was narrowly followed by The Crash Reel, The Rocket and 5 Broken Cameras.

2014 Programme

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14th Keswick Film Festival

Revisit 2013 Festival

KFF14
14th Keswick Film Festival

We welcomed John Hurt back as our patron, enjoyed lots of films and much more...

Audience Award

McCullin
McCullin Wins

McCullin was narrowly followed by Chasing Ice and The Wave; the Osprey Audience Award went to New Deal.

Programme

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13th Keswick Film Festival

Revisit 2012 Festival

KFF13
13th Keswick Film Festival

Unlucky for some but not KFF as some of our biggest audiences came to see John Hurt and much much more...

Audience Award

Cell 221
Cell 221 Wins

Cell 211 (with 89.88%) narrowly beat A Separation (89.58%) to pick up the 2012 Audience Award.

Programme

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12th Keswick Film Festival

Revisit 2011 Festival

KFF12
12th Keswick Film Festival

In 2011 we were joined by Kay Mellor and Jack Gold, celebrated Film4 and Agnès Varda and had a sing along to Frankenstein.

Audience Award

Cameraman
Cameraman Wins

With an audience score of 92% director Craig McCall was "seriously proud that Cameraman won the Audience Award at Keswick."

Programme

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11th Keswick Film Festival

2010 Festival

KFF11
11th Keswick Film Festival

In 2010 we were joined by Jan Dunn and Tony Grisoni, the Gardner sisters provided live music and Departures won the Audience Award.

Audience Awards

Departures
Departures Wins

Keswick audiences agreed that Departures was a worthy winner of the 2009 Best Foreign Language Film Oscar.

CSFA 2010

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Short Film Awards

The Cumbrian Short Film Awards recognise and reward the talented film makers from, or working in, the region. Read all about the 2010 entries and winners.



10th Keswick Film Festival

2009 Festival

KFF10
Revisit KFF10

The 10th Festival is over but you can still read all about it on the website.


Audience Awards

Young@Heart
Young@Heart Wins

The feelgood Young@Heart was the winner of the first KFF Audience Award, narrowly beating Four Minutes and Lemon Tree.

Accelerate

Accelerate
Our very own short film

Filmed in and around Keswick and starring local people Accelerate was made by Northern Soul Productions to celebrate our 10th birthday.



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