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Bromley film club returns

PUBLISHED: 12:03 21 August 2018 | UPDATED: 12:03 21 August 2018

he festival, which is taking place at the Beckenham Place Mansion, aims to celebrate the local community and all things cinematic Picture: Ciaran O'Fathaigh

he festival, which is taking place at the Beckenham Place Mansion, aims to celebrate the local community and all things cinematic Picture: Ciaran O'Fathaigh

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The Bromley Family Film Club will be hosting its second free film festival for local children and families on September 2.

The Bromley Family Film Club will be hosting its second free film festival for local children and families on September 2. Picture: Ciaran O'FathaighThe Bromley Family Film Club will be hosting its second free film festival for local children and families on September 2. Picture: Ciaran O'Fathaigh

The festival, which is taking place at the Beckenham Place Mansion, aims to celebrate the local community and all things cinematic. Highlights at the event include feature films, animation, art in the park with local business Splattermake, live film music and delicious street-styled food provided by local vendors.

The festival has been made possible thanks to support from the Lewisham Council, Beckenham Place Mansion, local supporters and the charity Free Film Festivals.

The Bromley Family Film Club was set up in 2015 in order to create a safe and relaxed environment for children and young people with additional needs, allowing them to enjoy a cinematic experience together with friends.

Festival organiser Saskia van Roomen said: “With this festival we want to share our passion for cinema with children and young people from across the borough, and bring people together to enjoy great movies and celebrate their local area. Our choice of films will speak to families from all backgrounds and nationalities, and provide a perfect introduction to our programme this coming year.”

The festival will take place on September 2 from 10.30am to 6pm.

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