Hothouse Theatre's Nottingham Film Festival III


The festival has reached the online- semi-final stage!

After being snowed under with over 1,000 entries to this year's film festival we have finally whittled them down to 80 semi-finalists over the 8 categories!

The matchsticks we used to keep our eyes open over the last few weeks will be auctioned off to help pay for next year's festival!

Anyway, now it's your turn to get involved.

Vote for your favourite films.

The top 2 with the most votes from each category, plus a judges favourite, will go forward to the final on Sunday 8th July @ Bulwell United Reformed church Broomhill Rd, Nottingham NG6 9GJ

The films will be taken down at midnight on Saturday 30th June.

To find out more, watch the films and vote ... click here

The Final will be on Sunday 8th July at Bulwell United Reformed church Broomhill Rd, Nottingham NG6 9GJ

As part of the Bulwell Arts Festival



About Hothouse Theatre

Hothouse Theatre is a charity working in greater Nottingham.

We work with individuals of all ages and abilities as well as with community projects. We use the creative process involved in producing theatre, drama, film, music and art to help develop confidence, aspiration and to address issues within the community.

Hothouse was formed in 1998. Became a Company Limited by Guarantee in 2008 and a Registered Charity 2013.

In that time we have run many and varied projects including:

• an online magazine to engage disadvantaged young people and showcase their work.click here

• fringe theatre productions including taking a show to the Edinburgh Fringe. click here

• film clubs where young people get involved with making films. click here

• film festivals organised and run by young people giving them an insight into how community projects and planned, advertised an organised. click here

• showcase theatre projects allowing people of all ages and abilities to have-a-go at all aspects of theatre production using 10 minute scripts to help build confidence

• production of promotional videos for community projects with young people involved in the production of the videos thereby exposing them to the work of projects in the voluntary community sector

Currently we are working with; disadvantaged young people of all abilities producing an online magazine, adults on fringe theatre projects, community groups to help develop the skills and confidence of volunteers, young people with support needs to help them integrate with other young people, and community projects to help them highlight issues and promote their work.