Keswick Film Festival


Thank You

We hope you all had a great time at the 15th Keswick Film Festival. All of the film pages on the website have a comments section so you can share your views or if you'd like to leave us feedback you can still contact us or find us on Twitter or Facebook.

¡Vivan las Antipodas!
The Gold Rush
The Act of Killing
5 Broken Cameras
The Crash Reel
Television

We hope to see you again next year for the 16th Keswick Film Festival


Thursday 26th February to Sunday 1st March 2015



Audience Awards

We've counted up all the votes and are delighted to announce that this year the Keswick Film Festival Audience Award goes to...

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


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Osprey Short Film Awards

Osprey Short Film Awards

There was a huge turnout for the Osprey Short Film Awards, the prizes were awarded as follows:

Winners


Visit the Osprey page for more details on all the films and watch many of them online.

2014 Brochure

2014 Programme

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Festival Planner

The full programme of films, shorts, discussions and interviews.

2014 Guests

Dame Jane Suzman
Dame Jane Suzman

This year we welcome Dame Janet Suzman, directors and producers including Charlie Cattrall, Erik Knudsen, Adam Dawtrey and Dan Hartley.

UK Talent

The Raven On The Jetty
The Raven On The Jetty

A showcase of new directors such as Charlie Cattrall (Titus) , Dan Hartley (Lad: A Yorkshire Story) and Erik Knudsen (The Raven on the Jetty).

Best Of The Fests

The Forgotten Kingdom
The Forgotten Kingdom

We have selected seven films that have impressed and entertained festival audiences around the world.

Documentaries

A Story of Children and Film
A Story of Children and Film

Our documentaries this year are an eclectic mix that will both chill and thrill and charm and dazzle.

Janet Suzman

Nicholas and Alexandra
Nicholas and Alexandra

As a tribute to our special guest, Dame Janet Suzman, we are showing two films from her illustrious past and opening the festival with her latest film Felix.

Alhambra Centenary

Gone With The Wind
Gone With The Wind

In 1914, the Keswick Alhambra Cinema opened its doors for the first time. To celebrate this marvellous centenary, we are screening the best films of each decade.

Cannes In Keswick

Like Father, Like Son
Like Father, Like Son

A selection of the best films from the Cannes Film Festival including Blue Is The Warmest Colour and Heli.

Bangladeshi Arthouse

The Clay Bird
The Clay Bird

There is more to films from the sub-continent than Bollywood!

Alhambra Centenary

Cinema Paradiso
Cinema Paradiso

The centenary celebrations continue until the 6th with screenings at The Alhambra from the 1950s through to 2012.




Supported by the National Lottery through the BFI and Creative England

Creative England BFI Supported by the National Lottery