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6TH JULY 2020 - FRIGHTFEST LONDON DATE REVEAL

 

Arrow Video FrightFest will return to the Cineworld Leicester Square and The Prince Charles Cinema with the rearranged summer event from Thursday 22nd to Sunday 25th October 2020 inclusive. More details will be announced in early September.

 

24TH JUNE 2020 - ARROW VIDEO FRIGHTFEST GOES VIRTUAL

 

Arrow Video FrightFest will go virtual over the August Bank Holiday, presenting up to twenty-five films from Friday 28th August to Monday 31st August inclusive.

 

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2ND JUNE 2020 - ARROW FRIGHTFEST POSTPONES 5-DAY AUGUST BANK HOLIDAY EVENT

 

Due to the continuing COVID-19 restrictions on social distancing, Arrow FrightFest’s traditional five-day event over the late  August Bank holiday weekend has been regretfully put on hold.

 

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2ND JUNE 2020 - GRAHAM HUMPHREYS REVEALS 2020 STUNNING MONSTER ART.

 

The pandemic hasn’t stopped graphic artist Graham Humphreys from creating this year’s stunning Monster art. In fact, it inspirationally reflects the extraordinary and unexpected turn of events.

 

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21ST MARCH 2020 - CORONAVIRUS AND THE ARROW VIDEO FRIGHTFEST EVENT IN AUGUST.

 

Many FrightFesters have been in touch asking whether FrightFest will be going ahead in August. The short answer is currently we don’t know. We plan to review the situation in early June when hopefully things are more apparent, and we can then provide concrete confirmation of our plans.

 

16TH JANUARY 2020 - ARROW VIDEO FRIGHTFEST ANNOUNCES GLASGOW FILM FESTIVAL 2020 LINE-UP

 

Thirteen is lucky for some as that’s the number of new films being presented at the iconic Glasgow Film Theatre, embracing the latest genre discoveries from around the globe, spanning four continents, including one world, two European and seven UK premieres.

 

More details here

 

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