St Albans Film Festival in the Press

St Albans Film Festival 2015 Press Coverage

St Albans doesn't even have a cinema, but its exciting film festival and fine movie heritage makes it a haven for film lovers

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Is this town Britain's answer to Hollywood?

St Albans doesn't even have a cinema, but its exciting film festival and fine movie heritage makes it a haven for film lovers

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Swimmers to watch Jaws by the poolside

Swimmers in a brand new pool in St Albans will have the chance to watch Jaws while they swim as part of the second St Albans Film Festival.

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St Albans Film Festival 2014: Itís a wrap!

After hosting more than 50 events across four days the second St Albans Film Festival drew to a close on Sunday night with its awards ceremony finale.

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Swim-along cinema pop-ups

There's no cinema in St Albans (yet) but it has a film festival this weekend, with screenings in interesting locations including the cathedral, the medieval clock tower and, excitingly, the new swimming pool.

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Jude Law and Sadie Frost's boy Rudy is a relative superstar

Rudyís performance is brave and exciting and itís super heís following in his parentsí footsteps,í says festival director Leoni Kibbey.

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