Third Window Film Festival 2011: An Introduction

From February 11th to 13th 2011, Third Window Films in conjunction with the Coventry University East Asian Film Society (CUEAFS) present the East Winds: A Third Window Film Festival. The festival’s goal is to raise awareness of Asian cinema to a university crowd who might normally not have much chance to catch Asian cinema on the big screen.

With a 220-seater cinema, cheap ticket prices and a variety of films from all over Asia being shown, Third Window Films and CUEAFS hope you can all enjoy a new type of cinema and let us help you explore a window to the East!

CineVue editor Daniel Green will be one of the guest panel members alongside Asian cinema expert John Berra, Electric Sheep’s Virginie Selavy, New Korean Cinema’s Martin Cleary and CUEAFS founder Spencer Murphy.

The Venue
We’re going to be at the brilliant Warwick Arts Centre for the second weekend in February 2011

The Screenings
Festival-goers to East Winds screenings will enjoy a Dolby digital sound, air-conditioned 220-seater cinema.

Tickets are priced at £6.60 (£5.35) per screening, or a festival ticket at £20 allowing entry to 4 films (inc booking fees). For some of the films there will be Q&As with the director of the film

Getting There
University Of Warwick, Gibbet Hill Rd
Coventry, West Midlands CV4 7AL

For more information, call the Box Office on 024 7652 4524 or check the Warwick Arts Centre website.

Daniel Green