London Warm Up

With our ninth festival coming up next month (19-29, if you had forgotten…), on Friday 6 March we are heading down to the Hackney Attic in London for one night only, bringing the capital a tantalising free taster of what’s in store for the full festival later in the month in Birmingham. On offer will be a veritable feast of short films, feature-snippets, archive curiosities, and a chance to create your own sticky films with analogue opto-pioneers, Sellotape Cinema and their multiple projectors (they’ll also be bringing mechanical drawing machines, making unusual works of art for you to take away).

Providing the cinematic soundtrack for the night will be Frances Morgan (The Wire). Come for the films, stay for the party, and prepare for Flatpack 9 later in the month. Find out more here.

 

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ENDORSEMENTS

"An incredible mix of film and music for all ages." - The Times
"A treasure trove of a festival" – Sight and Sound
"Magnificently eclectic" – Time Out
"This festival is really like no other, with an incredible line-up of amazing screenings and events for grown-ups and kids alike." - Anorak
"Joyously inventive" - Guardian
"Britain’s most exciting and innovative film festival" – Lonely Planet
"Like the perfect mixtape…you’re not quite sure how or why the selection works, but that is what makes it so magical" – Electric Sheep
"It's like being shown really cool stuff by a good friend who thinks you might like to see it." - Audience member
"Flatpack has gained a well deserved reputation as an innovative film festival with an imaginative output" – Film Four
"I came away totally inspired, both by Birmingham and by Flatpack. One of the best festivals I’ve ever been to." - Ken Freedman, WFMU
"The festival feels like an essential component in Birmingham’s cultural life, bringing new talent and the city itself to light." - The Quietus
"The best programming on the planet." - Canadian curator Kier-la Janisse
"Independent, quirky, intelligent, innovative, amusing and relaxed - nothing else like it." - Audience member