Over The Fence
The acclaimed Australian film festival, Over The Fence, celebrates its 16th birthday by making its UK debut in Digbeth tomorrow.
Over The Fence aims to celebrate new and independent filmmakers, a mission which fits perfectly within Digbeth.
Hosted by Friction Arts, the official festival programme will be proceeded by an evening of West Midlands-made comedy films and performance, including screenings of Evil Resident, cult classic The Westerner, and the newly-discovered Battle of the Lickey Hills – a comedy documentary screened for the first time in the city.
Exploring the themes of death, love and desire, the selected films being screened in Digbeth include movies from Australia, America, Europe and the UK:
When: Friday 4 July 2014, 18:30 until late
Where: The Edge, 79-81 Cheapside, Birmingham B12 0QH
Tickets: £2 available on the door only
A selection of films by local filmmakers with live-action interludes. Part of Digbeth First Friday.
When: Saturday 5 July 2014, 19:30 onwards
Where: Custard Factory Theatre, Gibb Street, Digbeth, Birmingham B9 4AA
Tickets: £5 available on the door
International short films direct from the 16th Over The Fence Film Festival, including Perth 2014 Audience Choice, the Birmingham-made Titanic Love.