• Save The Tower Theatre

    The Tower Theatre is in danger of being lost due to the Covid-19 lockdown. We at Hellfire Film Festival are desperately hoping you can help save this iconic community theatre.

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  • Submissions closed

    The submissions process has ended and the films have been selected

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  • Hellfire@Home Film Festival

    We’re in unknown territory with Covid-19 so we launched a brand new festival geared towards those staying in their homes. This is the Hellfire@Home Festival and every Saturday we’re watching some amazing movies.

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  • Hellfire Film Festival & Coronavirus

    As the coronavirus disease continues to spread throughout the world we have made the decision to postpone all public events indefinitely.

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Promoting, showcasing, supporting and empowering your creativity

Stay Safe, Stay Home

The Hellfire Film Festival, established in 2014, is a multi-event organisation that hosts several film-related events in Folkestone and the south east of the UK including Kent’s largest free-to-attend short film competition Hellfire Short Film Awards.

The organisers all have vast experience in the film industry and are using this experience to promote, showcase, support and empower the creativity of the very best of independent filmmakers around the world.

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Burt Lancaster in "The Train"

Hellfire Classics

Let’s go back to the golden era of cinema and watch your favourite classic movies on the big screen.

Hellfire Specials

Special screenings of feature films including premieres and Q&As with film industry professionals.

Hellfire Short Film Festival 2020 Update

We apologise for being silent over the past week, this…
The Family

The Family - Hellfire@Home

While all cinemas and theatres in the UK are closed due to the lockdown we will be watching movies and theatre performances from the comfort of our living rooms. We’re happy to say that on Saturday 9 May we will be watching The Family.
Goodfellas

Goodfellas - Hellfire@Home

While all cinemas and theatres in the UK are closed due to the lockdown we will be watching movies and theatre performances from the comfort of our living rooms. We’re happy to say that on Saturday 25 April we will be watching Goodfellas.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Hellfire@Home Film Festival
Date: Ongoing
Venue: Your living room

Hellfire Short Film Awards
Date: Saturday 4th July 2020

Hellfire Horror Film Festival
Date: TBA
Venue: The Tower Theatre, Folkestone

SUBMISSION DEADLINES

Hellfire Short Film Awards
Final Deadline: April 30, 2020