December 2013 Screening!

So, here we are. The final Portsmouth Short Film Night of 2013 is upon us and we are super excited about what we have lined up.  Portsmouth Short Film Night will take place at White Heron Tea & Coffee on Friday, December 13 at 7pm.  White Heron will be open for people to grab a drink and some food from 6pm, so make sure you get there early and bag yourself the best seat in the house.

Portsmouth Short Film Night is an event for independent filmmakers to screen and discuss their work and for cinema lovers to get a front-row seat to emerging and established talent. We’ve been running this event since the beginning of the year and we’ve been delighted with the both the response from filmmakers and movie goers – so what are you

photo credit: John Steven Fernandez ( cc (

photo credit: John Steven Fernandez ( cc (

waiting for? If you haven’t checked us out before then here’s your chance.

This will be a special PSFN because not only will it be another packed evening of shorts from local, national and international filmmakers but we also have an exclusive screening of Shoot the Pier from local filmmaker Brian Goding.  As well as the regular Q&As with the filmmakers, the evening will be capped off with an intimate performance by Tiger Belly and an opportunity to meet the filmmakers and grab a hot drink or a snack from our fantastic hosts, White Heron Tea & Coffee.

What: An evening of watching and talking film

When: Friday, December 13 @7pm (Grab a drink, snack and good seat from 6pm)

Where: White Heron Tea & Coffee, 601 Islington Street, Portsmouth NH 03801

How much: Free!

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