Creatabot is a project that connects, promotes and supports creativity. Based in Medway, UK.

Medway Visions Film Festival – 7th to 12th September 2013

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A new film festival is taking place in Medway between the 7th and 12th September.

Medway Visions will promote independent filmmaking with a big emphasis placed on local upcoming filmmakers who have produced a short film or music video that needs to be seen!

The film festival is a new venture by Rochester filmmaker Mr Young, himself a indie filmmaker who has seen his short films and his debut feature film screened  at festivals around the world and broadcast on television.

The festival, however, takes a unique collaborative approach with a whole host of Medway arts providers taking control of a screening or series of screenings:

Medway Eyes – Music Videos

Creatabot – Independent features and short animated films

Rochester Film Society – Independent features

Sun Pier House – Short films and guest directors

TEA Medway – Experimental film

To enter your short film please email

Medway Visions Independent Film Festival 2013 7th-14th September

Full Programme

Saturday 7th September
Event: ‘Shaking the Sky…’ a new film by Mr Young
A special film release event. The new short film from Mr Young is expected to be a further glimpse into his surreal, dreamlike world view and is going to be released in a very unusual way. See for more details. (Presented by The Moon The Eye)
Venue: All over Medway
Time: All day

Saturday 7th September :
Event: Music Videos by Stuart Turner & Flat Earth Society
Showcasing their brand new album release. The band commissioned a number of local filmmakers to produce films for all of their songs for their new album. This will be followed by a blistering live performance by Stuart Turner & the Flat Earth Society. Supporting films and live performances TBA. (Presented by Medway Eyes)
Venue: Nags Head Pub, Nags Head Lane, Rochester.
Time: 7.30pm

Sunday 8th September :
Event: Animated Shorts.
A selection of local and international animation short films. (Presented by Creatabot)
Venue: CoFWD, 161 High Street, Rochester.
Time: 2pm

Sunday 8th September :
Event: Short films by local filmmakers plus Q & A and screening with indie filmmaker Paul Williams.
A selection of short films but up and coming local filmmakers. Paul Williams concludes the evening with a Q & A and a screening of his horror comedy short ‘The Furred Man’ which was screened on Channel 4 in 2012. (Presented by The Moon The Eye, Sun Pier House and Sunrise Community Solutions)
Venue: Sun Pier House, Sun Wharf , Chatham. Time: 7pm

Thursday 12th September :
Event: Otherness: Forty Five Days on the Isle of Beauty.
A documentary by David Wise. Filmmaker David Wise documents life on a remote Island in the Medway Estuary. (Presented by Creatabot)
Venue: Gillingham Library, High Street , Gillingham. Time: 7.30pm

Friday 13th September
Event: Judex, Director: Georges Franju, starring: Channing Pollock, Francine Berge, Edith Scob
Synopsis: Faceraux, an unscrupulous banker, receives a threatening note, signed by ‘Judex’, demanding that he pay back the people he has swindled.
Film introduction and post-screening discussion, hosted by Nick Walker. (Presented by Rochester Film Society)
Venue: Nucleus Gallery, 75 Rochester High Street. Time: 6pm
FREE ENTRY but please email to confirm your place:

Saturday 14th September
Event: La Notte, Director: Michelangelo Antonioni, Starring: Marcello Mastroianni, Jeanne Moreau, Monica Vitti
Synopsis: A day in the life of an unfaithful married couple and their steadily deteriorating relationship.
Film introduction and post-screening discussion, hosted by Nick Walker. (Presented by Rochester Film Society)
Venue: Nucleus Gallery, 75 Rochester High Street. Time: 6pm
FREE ENTRY but please email to confirm your place:

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