Chester International Film Festival is presented by Chester Film Society.
Chester Film Society has been providing the people of Chester and surrounding areas the chance to see some of the finer films of world cinema in a relaxing and appreciative atmosphere since 1970.
Chester Film Society is a member of Cinema For All (formerly the British Federation of Film Societies), which has been representing the film society movement since 1925.
Our success is due to the loyalty and enthusiasm of our members. We are always pleased to see our friends returning as members, and we are delighted to welcome new members of all ages, to the society, with its diverse mix of film and film-related social events. Previous events include welcoming and pre-Christmas drinks, guest speakers, themed fun-nights and unexpected short films in addition to the regular programme!
Our programme provides a selection of new releases and classics, with varying themes and genres, many of which have bypassed the North West of England, but always chosen to interest, intrigue and entertain.
We show in a variety of locations within Chester, such as Chester Cathedral, Steam Mill, The Little Theatre, Grosvenor Museum or St Mary’s Centre, and in 2017 The Festival Church.
Film projection is by 16mm film or by DVD/Blu-ray projection format, using original dialogue with subtitles for the foreign films.
If you are interested in Chester Film Society and want to find out more, please visit our website www.chesterfilmfans.co.uk