Chichester International Film Festival

Following on from the last three years of Sold Out Priory Park Screenings, we bring you the hit film of the year ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’; Disney’s...

We are proud to present two Special Galas to open and close the Film Festival.
Both with meals at Chichester's Brasserie Blanc.

(Food 18:30 / Film 20:30...











A wonderful collection of classic international cinema presented as never seen before, in stunningly restored new digital prints that need to be experienced on the...

Along with Alan Bates and Tom Courtney, Albert Finney was one of a trio of young Northern-born, working-class actors who in the early 60s, and...

Hirokazu Kore-eda’s receipt of the Palme d’Or last year for ‘Shoplifters’ cemented his reputation as the most critically and commercially successful - domestically and globally...

From Ida Lupino to Agnes Varda. A selection of 14 films by international women film directors, accompanied by an illustrated talk by Isabel Stevens from...

Michael Radford was born on 24 February 1946, in New Delhi, India, to a British father and an Austrian Jewish mother. After teaching for a...



He wanted to be a poet, was side-tracked into film, apprenticed with some of Italy’s greatest directors, produced some of the most iconic works of...

The Festival offers a tribute with a single film to the following outstanding directors/actors/musicians who sadly left us in 2018 and 2019.

All films have a start, middle and end. But for British filmmaker Nicolas Roeg, there were never any rules stipulating that they had to appear...