Creative writing for kids, for adults and Film clubs!

Three new fantastic events at New Cross Learning in January/ February

Regular film club for adults every Wednesday, from 7pm, (the children’s film club is at 4pm each Wednesday): starts on 4 Feb

Adults’ writing workshop Saturday 31 January, 3pm-6pm with Different Skies

Half term creative writing and storytelling workshop, Thursday 19 Feb, 11am-12.30pm (for 7-10 year olds) Storytellingsmall

Film screenings Oct 13 and Oct 31

Lewisham might not have a cinema but Bold Vision offers you two ways to see films in the borough. Cinetopia screen a film per month in the winter and New X Learning has two films this month

There might not be a formal cinema in the borough of Lewisham but Bold Vision has two options. Check out the Cinetopia season at the Hill Station  and these two films at New Cross Learning

  • 13 October  (3 short films,www.facebook.com/addsoulpeople, £5)
  • 31 October (a free screening of Project Wild, a joyous documentary about getting your kids back to nature by local film-maker David Bond)

It’s a Wonderful Life Dec 19th

There will be a free big screen presentation of Frank Capra’s classic Christmas movie ‘It’s a Wonderful Life” at St Catherines Church, Kitto Road on Wednesday 19th December at 7.30pm. Mulled wine and mince pies will be served. This is a taster for things to come in next year’s 2nd New Cross and Deptford Free Film Festival.

So, come along for some seasonal feel good factor.

NXDFFF Free Films! 27.04.12 to 06.05.12

As you draw breath after the whirlwind of the Telegraph Hill Festival, get ready for the next social-cultural neighbourhood extravaganza… The first local Free Film Festival starts soon and includes events at the Hill Station, Common Growth and New Cross Learning.

NXDFFF full event programme at www.freefilmfestivals.orgFor more information contact Cinetopia@hotmail.co.uk.

From Friday 27 April to Sunday 6 May the NXDFFF will be screening films in some very unusual places including two parks, an adventure playground, the walls of the tiny white-tiled prison cells at Deptford Old Police Station and from a 40ft lorry turned mobile cinema. Events include bike-powered open-air family screenings, film-based discussions on topics of local/global concern, and screenings of local filmmakers work. The New Cross and Deptford Free Film Festival is organised and run entirely by volunteers with guidance and support from the Peckham and Nunhead Free Film Festivals group. If you would like to support us please make a donation at http://www.sponsume.com/project/new-cross-deptford-free-film-festival

 

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