The Nottingham International Film Festival is excited to announce the official line-up for the fourth edition of the festival.Read More
For the first time Nottingham International Film Festival will be hosted by the Nottingham Contemporary, the city’s most unique, thrilling and inspiring venue.Read More
Nottingham International Film Festival will close on Thursday 15th November with a screening of documentary film Laddie: The Man Behind The Movies, about industry renowned producer Alan Ladd Jnr.Read More
Nottingham International Film Festival will be screening the Nottingham premiere of short documentary film Sheku Kanneh-Mason: Homecoming as part of Opening Night.Read More
60 Minute Short Film Showcase and feature film double bill at The Nottingham Arts Theatre for just £7.50!Read More
Nottingham International Festival is delighted to be partnering with Cineworld Nottingham and to celebrate we are offering the Cineworld Pass.
The pass will get the holder into all SIX of the screenings taking place at the Cineworld for just £24 or £20 for Students.Read More
Nottingham International Film Festival will open with a screening of documentary The Ballad of a Righteous Merchant, about the acclaimed director Werner Herzog. The film will screen at 4PM on Sunday 11th November at Cineworld Nottingham.Read More
After two successful years the festival is expanding in length and will be spread across two venues with Nottingham’s city centre cinema Cineworld and stalwart of Nottingham’s arts scene The Nottingham Arts Theatre hosting a mix of feature and documentary films, short films, experimental, music videos and animations.Read More
Telling the story of a private detective who has his stakeout ruined by his meddling sister Cul-De-Sac is a comedy with unexpected emotion. We chatted to Director Nick Flügge about his film.Read More
The second year of this fledgling festival has now set it in good stead to carry its partnership with Showcase Lux forward and continue on bringing some of the best independent films to Nottingham year on year.
The full list of award winners from NOTTIFF2017 can be foundRead More
The 2nd annual Nottingham International Film Festival is taking place next weekend (6th to the 8th of October) at The Showcase Cinema de Lux, plus a special bonus screening at the National Videogame Arcade on Thursday the 5th.
One of the best parts of the festival is the ability to meet the filmmakers and this year we have a stellar line up of talent who will be attending the festival to take part in audience Q and A’s after their screeningsRead More
The Nottingham International Film Festival is pleased to announce the line-up for this year’s second annual festival. Taking place over the weekend of the 6th to the 8th of October, this year’s event is being held at the recently renovated, state of the art Showcase Cinema de Lux and is set to see the festival grow in stature after a successful first year in 2016.Read More
NOTTIFF 2016 Best UK Short winner Operator has gone on to win the BAFTA award for Best British Short Film 2016. Rebecca Morgan the producer of the short attended the 2016 Nottingham International Film Festival and took part in a Q and A after the screening. Rebecca who studied at the University of Nottingham was delighted to be back in the city to show her film.Read More
Promotion for the inaugural Nottingham International Festival engaged over half a million people in the Nottingham area. This included great local press support from publications such as The Nottingham Post, Left Lion Magazine and Notts TV as well as the two main student publications, Platform and Impact magazines.Read More
In keeping with Nottingham’s rich story telling histrionics, NottIFF 2016, in partnership with Savoy, will host its very first edition in the only pre-second world war cinema to exist in the city.Read More