Come to WSFF for the ultimate film experience and join us to watch the best that independent cinema has to offer by filmmakers from around the world in both London and Berlin.
Held at Watermans, West London’s most prestigious arts centre, WSFF is an international film festival that offers a unique opportunity to discover new and innovative filmmaking. Watermans, situated overlooking the river Thames with its iconic views onto Kew Gardens, offers the perfect setting for this year’s diverse and compelling WSFF programme: 14 plus feature films, a collection of short films, film industry-related workshops, lectures and Q&A’s. The mission at WSFF is clear and simple: ‘to screen outstanding independent films from around the world, focusing especially on filmmakers’.
Apart from showing a diverse, inspiring and thought-provoking programme, they will also run film industry-related workshops, lectures and Q&As.
Nacho Video’s David Bowie is The Man Who Fell to Earth (Documentary Redux 2021), Slávek Horák’s Havel (2020), Wei Wei’s Good For Nothing, Mary-Noël Niba’s Partir?, Dmitriy Shpilenok & Vladislav Grishin’s Sockeye Salmon and many more.
For the full programme click here.
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