Friday 14 October 2016

The 2016 Misty Moon International Film Festival!

Come and celebrate Halloween while watching some classic films – and be part of this year’s film festival. Set the atmospheric surroundings of The Cinema Museum, Misty Moon presents a day celebrating film and filmmaking.

Throughout the day we will be screening some cult horror films with Q&As from the actors and directors:

12pm – Halloween (1978)
2pm –
Mum & Dad (2008) followed by a Q&A with Perry Benson
4pm –
Seize The Night (2016) followed by a Q&A with Emma Dark
5.30pm –
Before Dawn (2013) followed by a Q&A with Dominic Brunt

The main festival starts at 7pm. The final short films will be screened with the judges giving their verdicts between each film. At the end of the screenings the audience will be asked to vote for their winner. The winner will then receive the trophy from the judges.


This year’s judges include:
  • Judy Matheson – Actress (Twins of Evil, Lust for a Vampire)
  • Perry Benson – Actor (This is England, Sid and Nancy)
  • Brian Murphy – Actor (Last of the Summer Wine, George & Mildred)
  • Dominic Brunt – Director/Actor (Bait, Inbred, Emmerdale)
  • Nina Muschallik – Actress (The World Is Not Enough, Knife Edge)
  • Emma Dark – Director/Actress (Seize the Night, Island of the Blind Dead)
  • Linda Regan – Actress/Author (Hi-De-Hi, Quadrophenia)
There will be a chance to meet the judges during the evening.
The finalists are:
  • The Tour – Directors Damon Rickard, Alex Mathieson
  • Rats – Director Mark Logan
  • The Barber’s Cut – Director Mark Brocking
  • Ghost Nets – Director Mark Bousfield
  • Surgery – Directors The Clemens Bros
  • Cowboy Ben – Director Scott Rawsthorne
  • Hada – Director Tony Morales
  • Nasty – Director Prano Bailey-Bond
  • Cold Caller – Director Philip Cook
  • The Werewolf’s Greatest Hit – Director Jim Zounis 
Plus a very special cast and crew screening of The Neighbours – Director Mark Vella
Watch a promotional video recorded by Henry D.C. Williams at the 1st Misty Moon International Film Festival in 2012.
Refreshments will be available in our licensed cafe/bar.


Tickets for the first three film screenings in the afternoon are £5 per film.
The screening of
Before Dawn and the main evening film festival are free.
Advance tickets may be purchased from Billetto, or direct from the Museum by calling 020 7840 2200 in office hours.

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1 comment:

  1. Have fun... a lot of Talent there on the Panel and Film!! :-)