Capitol Shorts - An Evening Of Independent Films

Capitol Shorts – An Evening Of Independent Films

The Capitol, Horsham are delighted to confirm they will be hosting an evening of short independent films, each with its own connection to Horsham and the district on our big theatre screen on Tuesday 28th January from 7pm.

The programme will feature four short films:

  • Unforgettable (12A) Directed by Freddie Hill (45 minutes)
  • Missing a Note (U) Directed by Beth Moran (15 minutes)
  • The Wider Sun Directed by Sophie Carr-Gomm (15 minutes) and
  • 7 Days – The Story of Blind Dave Heeley (PG) starring Jack Lane (45 minutes)

Following an interval, there will be the chance to see the ten prize winning short films from The 2019 Silvertip Horsham Film Festival including: Horsham Park Run, Til Tomorrow, Sussex Sites, Project Kino, Prey, The Waters Edge, Sticks, Flicker, The Dark Triad and The Bridge.

All of these films either have a local Director, feature a local actor or have been filmed at various locations in and around Horsham including Sedgwick House and Farlington School.

Lauren Morley, Sales & Marketing Manager at The Capitol, said “Horsham is gaining a great reputation for producing some wonderfully talented film professionals and we are absolutely delighted to be showcasing a selection of their work.

Tickets for The Capitol Shorts event are FREE and early booking is advised either on line www.thecapitolhorsham.com or via our Box Office on 01403 750220”

If this event interests you, The Silvertip Horsham Film Festival 2020 will be a “must see” to be held at The Capitol on Thursday 13th February at 7.30pm. Tickets £10.

Tickets available for both events on line: www.thecapitolhorsham.com or via The Capitol Box Office 01403 750220