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THE BRANCHAGE FESTIVAL in Jersey came to a spectacular close last Sunday night with Zombie Zombie performing live to BATTLESHIP POTEMKIN from the back of a tug boat anchored out in St Helier harbour, with 300 excited people watching from the harbour-side. Check out this photo at http://www.flickr.com/photos/branchagefilmfestival/5036406718/ plus all the Branchage 2010 photos at http://www.flickr.com/photos/branchagefilmfestival/ • We'd like to thank the following filmmakers and film gu...

Branchage Film Festival 2009 1st - 4th October

Branchage Festival 2009

Jersey film festival to screen The Wizard of Oz in magical drive-in cinema experience

- The Wizard of Oz screened People’s Park Oct 3rd

- As part of Branchage, taking place Oct 1st – 4th

Branchage Jersey International Film Festival is coming back to the island in October, screening an incredible selection of films in breathtaking

and unusual locations.

Highlights for 2009’s festival will include a spectacular drive-in-cinema showing seminal Judy Garland classic The Wizard Of Oz, a screening of this year’s most shocking film Lars Von Trier’s Antichrist and British Sea Power performing their poignant soundtrack to the renowned 1934 fisherman film Man of Aran.

Branchage Jersey International Film Festival has an unbeatable range of films being screened in truly breathtaking locations, including a beautiful drive-in screening of The Wizard Of Oz at People’s Park on the island, a truly terrifying screening of Antichrist in a scary hut in the Jersey woods and an incredible performance by British Sea Power to the classic black & white fisherman film Man of Aran.

The festival launched in 2008 as a vibrant cross-arts film festival that transformed a number of Jersey’s well recognised landmarks and changed them into unusual screening venues.

Venues secured for the 2009 festival include: Mount Orgueil Castle, Jersey Museum Cinema, The Town Hall/Magistrates Courts, The War Tunnels, Victoria College Boys School Hall, Jersey Opera House. There’ll also be screenings inside the spectacular Barclays Wealth Spiegeltent, plus an incredible drive-in screening at People’s Park.

Branchage aims to create new cinema-going experiences by holding screenings at unusual, atmospheric locations - bringing people into environments they wouldn't usually associate with film, and hand-picking the perfect films to screen in these breathtaking locations.

The festival is also giving a total of £10,000 in awards for filmmakers, across a range of categories.

Festival director Xanthe Hamilton said: “Rolling off the success of the first year Branchage is back in 2009 with even more gusto. This year we have really honed our programming style, and with even more unusual venues we will be taking films into fitting and interesting spaces, offering our audiences a whole new cinema experience.

“The film programme is vast and diverse, and this year we have a very strong educational and industry strand and in true Branchage style a heavy helping of live music and party madness. This year we are proud to be inviting several filmmakers from around the world to present their films in Jersey, and we are exited about our new partnerships with the US based True/False Documentary Film Festival and a radio show coming live out of the festival on air in New Jersey and New York.”

Branchage Film Festival 2009 1st - 4th October

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Branchage Festival 2009 Jersey film festival to screen The Wizard of Oz in magical drive-in cinema experience - The Wizard of Oz screened People’s Park Oct 3rd - As part of Branchage, taking place Oct 1st – 4th Branchage Jersey International Film Festival is coming back to the island in October, screening an incredible selection of films in breathtaking and unusual locations. Highlights for 2009’s festival will incl...

Highlights for Branchage 2009 include...

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Branchage Jersey International Film Festival is coming back to the island in October, screening an incredible selection of films in absolutely breathtaking and unusual locations. Highlights for 2009's festival will include British Sea Power performing their poignant soundtrack to the renowned 1934 fisherman film Man of Aran; an Icelandic band performing to a classic silhouette fairytale from 1920s Germany and the latest Andrew Kotting film. Branchage Jersey International Film Festiva...

Highlights for Branchage 2009

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Branchage Jersey International Film Festival is coming back to the island in October, screening an incredible selection of films in absolutely breathtaking and unusual locations.Highlights for 2009’s festival will include British Sea Power performing their poignant soundtrack to the renowned 1934 fisherman film Man of Aran; an Icelandic band performing to a classic silhouette fairytale from 1920s Germany and the latest Andrew Kotting film.Branchage Jersey International Film Festival launched i...

Branchage Jersey International Film Festival wrapped

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The 1st Branchage Jersey International Film Festival www.branchagefestival.com came to a spectacular close on Sunday night. From the stunning Thursday opening in St Helier’s opulent Opera House where award winning UK documentary MAN ON WIRE was met with acclaim and amazement, to the final walk up the 144 steps of medieval Gorey Castle stopping for cider on the battlements, to finish with the hilarious new British rom-com FAINTHEART. To try and even start to mention highlights from the literall...

selective highlights from Branchage Jersey Film Fest

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It’s just one week to go before the inaugural BRANCHAGE JERSEY INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL (25 – 28 September). The Festival team (Xanthe Hamilton, Philip Ilson, Laura Smith, Jenny Horwell, India Hamilton, Warren Holt and Nina Herve) are all holed up at the headquarters at Vinchelez Manor de Haut in the rural west of the island, planning the final stages of the four day Festival. www.branchagefestival.com If, as a filmmaker or film industry person, you are interested in attending the Festiva...

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