Making Waves Film Festival

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The Making Waves Film Festival will come to a close this Sunday after more than 30 screenings and events taking place in the city and beyond.

Over the weekend, filmgoers will be able to watch a variety of screenings and take part in film experience events.

Tonight you can watch Das Boot on the historic Second-World-War-era submarine HMS Alliance at the Royal Navy Submarine, Gosport.

At the Historic Dockyard you can watch the 100 Year Old Man at the No. 6 Cinema or discover the history behind the African Queen at the National Museum of the Royal Navy.

Tomorrow’s highlights include a costume exhibition at 11am at the Groundlings Theatre, Portsea, and the Big Screen in Guildhall Square, Portsmouth, has a variety of international film shorts from Italy, France and Egypt.

On Sunday, the final day of the festival, lovers of the Disney film Frozen can join Anna and Elsa for a Frozen-themed dance party and watch the blockbuster film.

The festival finale will take place in Fratton Park, Portsmouth Football Club, where the winners for this years’ Making Waves Short Film Competition will be anounced.

The winning films will be screened at partner international film festivals in Italy and France.

Many events are free or otherwise ticket prices start from £2 but to avoid disapointment, booking is required.

For the full programme visit or call the Kings Theatre Box Office (023) 9282 8282 for more information.