Festival Strands


A Rural Media Company initiative

Welcome to the Borderlines Film Festival 2004

Starting on Friday 19 March Hereford's Borderlines Film Festival features a selection of the funniest (Wilbur), most delightful (Wondrous Oblivion), powerful (16 Years of Alcohol, In This World) and beautiful British movies of the year (Girl With A Pearl Earring, Rivers & Tides).

The UK's biggest rural film festival, Borderlines runs until Wednesday 31 March with 100 screenings of 40 different films in 16 different cinemas throughout Herefordshire and the Borders. As well as a series of talks and events featuring local productions such as Regency House Party, there's a strong world cinema line up of the very best films from around the world that have all won prizes at top international film festivals, including the wonderfully warm-hearted The Last Train, the hilarious Mango Yellow screening for the first time in England, and the stunning Osama.

And just so you can get into the Festival spirit all early evening screenings tickets only cost 3!

I hope you enjoy the Festival.

David Gillam
Borderlines Film Festival Director