BRINGING BRIDGWATER BACK TOGETHER
With everything that is going on in the world right now, and none of us being able to leave our houses, unless we are buying potatoes or exercising for the first time in years, we felt that it would be good to provide everybody with an event where we can all get together, as soon as we are allowed to do so.
We have the Bridgslaughter Horror Film Festival taking place in December, but we felt that this calls for something that would be of interest to everybody, and that is why we are going to be running the two Bridgwater community film festivals on the same day, one which is suitable for families, and the other which is suitable for those who are 15+.
Another problem that many have right now is money, or a lack of it, and that is why we are making both of these events free entry but, if you want to, you can give a donation and this money will be donated, just as all ticket proceeds are, to the Bridgwater Arts Centre as they push forward and find new ways to entertain you.
Bridgwater has always had a way of pushing againzt anything that we feel is taking away the freedoms of others, whether this be royalty, slavery or, as we are now facing, Covid-19. Together we are strong, and together we will become a stronger community.
All of the films being shown are short films, up to 45 minutes, and they are from all over the world. These are the films that you would normally have to visit the big film festivals to see, but we are bringing them to you here, in Bridgwater.
Stay Stong everybody, together we will beat this