The Renwick Winter Film Festival will run again over three weeks in June, when each Thursday evening a series of short films plus a feature will screen in the Renwick Church Hall on High Street. Veteran filmmaker Paul Davidson has curated the festival, which he says will be of much interest and enjoyment for Marlborough audiences. Every film is either about Marlborough, or is made by Marlborough filmmakers.
The Festival kicks off of June 15 with the 40th anniversary screening of that classic Marlborough comedy “Carry Me Back”. Three Seddon farmers head to the Capital in support of the Red Devil’s shield challenge – and things don’t go as planned. The film’s producer, Graeme Cowley, has given permission for this special screening and will be in attendance to introduce his film and explain the background.