THE BIG Picture Festival returns to Warwick later this month.
After moving online due to Covid restrictions in 2020, organisers Live & Local, a local arts not-for-profit organisation, have a packed programme prepared for the third festival running from November 27 to December 5.
Highlights include a Q&A with local filmmakers, the newly-released film adaptation of hit musical ‘In the Heights’, and short films and a programme of feature length films screening online throughout the week.
The ‘Small Voices Big Impact’ theme highlights stories of inspirational individuals and communities from around the globe making a difference to their lives and those around them.
There is something for everyone at this year’s festival, from family adventure ‘Big Hero 6’ for the young and young at heart, to inspirational tales from around the globe, from blockbusters and musicals to thought-provoking independent and short films.
The short film offering includes the winner and runners up to the festival’s short film competition, highlighting the best of Coventry & Warwickshire’s filmmaking talent.
Tickets are available on a pay what you can afford basis. The options are various – individual tickets for films at the Bridge House Theatre, an online only ticket, a pass that allows access to everything, together with a group option.
Big Picture Festival are also looking a team of enthusiastic volunteers to help with the running of the festival at Bridge House Theatre on Saturday November 27. Volunteers must be 18 plus. Anyone interested should contact [email protected].
Live & Local thanked funders and sponsors who had made Big Picture Festival possible. The festival has also been granted funding from the British Film Institute (BFI) through Film Hub Midlands.
Visit www.bigpicturefestival.org.uk for the full programme line-up.
Visit www.ticketsource.co.uk/livelocaltix/t-qlaapj for tickets.