Three regional festival for you to enter your films
Both SERIAC and the counties within our region hold their own festivals for all film makers within that county. These festivals are in addition to national festivals, and provide an invaluable opportunity to meet fellow film-makers and to show movies to a wider audience - with the added challenge of winning certificates and trophies.
Entries get critiques from experienced movie makers.
11th May 2018
Go to SERIAC 2018 page for winning entries. Click here.
We will be back at the Oast Theatre for the 2019 Festival and SERIAC AGM. Doors open 1.30pm for 2pm start.
28th September 20192019lementum Vitae
Kent holds its annual festival for film-makers within the county, at the Powell Theatre, Christ Church University. Canterbury. For over 40 years the Kent Film Festival has provided amateur film-makers with the opportunity to show their films to appreciative audiences.
The Sussex Film Festival is an annual competition of films and videos made by people without professional resources. They may be members of clubs in Sussex and the Channel Islands or just groups and individuals living in these areas. The Festival is held in the Autumn of each year in Mid Sussex, and is open to members of the public to come along and view the movies.
An amateur film or video is deemed to be one that is made with no profit motive involved and without professional assistance.