Sunday 22 January 2012

Borderlines 2012 Brochure now online!

View here or download. Print version available from usual outlets or by post from Thursday 26 January. Sign up to our mailing list to receive a copy (UK only).

Wednesday 18 January 2012

Borderlines Film Festival website temporarily unavailable

Please bear with us; our website is currently experiencing server problems. Normal service will be resumed as soon as possible.

Full programme details coming shortly. In the meantime, some highlights:

Friday 24 February to Sunday 11 March 2012

We’re celebrating 10 years in 2012
10 years of bringing glorious film to the gorgeous hills, plains and valleys of Herefordshire, Shropshire and the Marches.

More than 10
17 days of non-stop cinema in steel and glass arts centres, stuccoed assembly rooms, the back rooms of pubs and innumerable village halls.

10 Highlights
The Artist; Resistance-related walks in the Olchon Valley; BAFTA presents Bruce Robinson in Conversation at Moccas Village Hall; Think Global, Act Rural; the Hereford premiere of Tune for the Blood, the documentary that follows Herefordshire Young Farmers through a working year; Behind the Scenes at The Archers; My Week With Marilyn; Whisky Galore! at Leintwardine’s Sun Inn; The Well-Digger’s Daughter; Once Upon a Time in Anatolia; War Horse.

10 and beyond
Things don’t come to a halt on Sunday 11 March. Watch out for a series of extraordinary Borderlines films and events in some very special locations in Herefordshire in May: the elegant, pink sandstone courtyard of Berrington Hall, a historic World War 2 hangar at Shobdon Airfield and the half-timbered Great Barn at the jewel-like Hellens, near Much Marcle.

10 plus
To enhance your festival experience, find out about the rich variety of unusual things to do and see in 20 of the Herefordshire villages and market towns where we screen – from one of Britain’s few remaining parlour pubs to llama trekking in the Black Mountains – visit our subsidiary website  Borderlines in the Villages.