Cameron Hall’s Four Seasons Film

An East Dulwich resident has launched a new film festival which will showcase a series of films about the seasons. Cameron Hall’s Four Seasons Film Festival is taking place at Cadogan Hall, Sloane Square, in Chelsea on February 3 and 4.

It will screen nine feature films and more than 60 short films in a cultural weekend that will have live music performances, photography and exhibitions.

Mr Hall said: “Four Seasons Film Festival brings together film, art, music and photography in a new festival for London that aims to showcase the full spectrum of human emotion. We have been overwhelmed by the response to the festival, receiving 300 submissions from 40 counties.

“The entries have been whittled down into nine features and 60 short films that reflect the annual moods of the seasons.

“Our spring section showcases films that reflect hope and new beginnings, the summer section showcases films that are joyous, vibrant, celebratory if life; autumn films are about change, transition and difference; with winter films being more about truth life and fact.

“We have some truly inspiring, heart-breaking, motivating and thought-provoking films that really span the full spectrum of human emotion and endeavour.”

Select screenings will also feature Q&A’s with film-makers. The festival is offering up eight awards as part of a special presentation evening on Monday, February 5, which  include awards for best of festival, audience favourite and best director.

Tickets for Four Seasons Film Festival are now on sale starting at £15 for individual feature film tickets, ranging up to £150 for a VIP Festival Pass.

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