No Sophomore Slump for the Deep Cut Film Festival

The coolest independent films will be on display at the Deep Cut Film Festival on July 14, 2018.

This is the second year for the fest, and it all takes place at the Registry Theatre in Kitchener.

They will be premiering the documentary feature Radio Waterloo, which is the story of CKMS, Waterloo’s community/college radio station throughout its history.

There will also be four film blocks, featuring dramas and comedies from around the world. The final block of films is the KW Creep Show, a block of films that bring the fear….100% horror.

The films are short films, organized into feature length blocks.

"The lineup is stellar, with a variety of films from around the world," says festival founder David Briggs. "There are some incredible works being screened at the Registry. I’m proud to bring such a lineup of amazing talent to Kitchener. Everyone involved in these films has done and amazing job, and the talent on display is truly remarkable."

People are encouraged to bring food and drink, as there is no concession stand.

Entry to each block is by donation/pay what you can as they hope to attract as many people as possible, without price being a concern.

"There really is something for everyone," says Briggs. "I hope to have as many people join us as possible to see the work of these up and coming filmmakers."