EFN Short Film Festival presents “Best of EFN”, a free screening & networking event at the new Garden Cinema in Covent Garden (18 FEB 19:00).
Submitted by EFN Short Film Festival
- “Best of EFN’ Screening & Networking Event
- 18 FEB 2022 // 19:00 // The Garden Cinema // WC2B
- Tickets: £FREE // BOOKING NOW!
EFN Short Film Festival hosts a “Best Of EFN” screening and networking event on Friday 18th February at the Garden Cinema in London, Covent Garden. Join for free and enjoy a screening of all the award winning films of the past editions.
Don’t miss the opportunity to network with like minded people and a chance to win submission vouchers and free tickets to EFN’s next edition in September 2022!
EFN Short Film Festival presents “Best of EFN” screening & networking event at the new Garden Cinema in Covent Garden (18 FEB 19:00), booking now!
Featured image: Crashing Waves Dir: Emma Gilbertson (2018).
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