The Repton Filmfest ’22 is a two-day event held in the height of summer. It will be hosted at the pre-eminent Repton School, which cemented its place in cinema history as the location of the 1939 Oscar winning film Goodbye Mr. Chips. The festival weekend will include screenings, workshops, Q&A sessions, and guest talks featuring industry professionals such as County Lines director Henry Blake, BAFTA winning documentarian and master storyteller Antony Thomas, BAFTA nominated screenwriter Nigel Douglas and Hellraiser cinematographer Robin Vidgeon.


Repton Filmfest ’22 is a great opportunity for new and established filmmakers to showcase their projects in six different competition categories, with prizes of up to £500 to be awarded, as well as an ‘Archie’ award named after the famous stone arch at Repton School. Furthermore, the festival is a great opportunity to network with industry professionals, meet like-minded creatives, and to enjoy a summer weekend in one of the most beautiful and historically significant villages in the United Kingdom.


Filmmakers of the world, Repton Filmfest ’22 invites you to submit your work for consideration by our panel of experienced industry professionals. Visit FilmFreeway to enter the competition for your chance to be an inaugural winner of the ‘Archie’ Award. (Final deadline for submissions is 10 June 2022)

See the programme for the festival with details on each event here

Click here to read more about each event and to book tickets

See the gallery of photos and videos for the event here