A popular annual film festival is set to return to High Wycombe this month.

The fourth annual Fisheye Film Festival, supported by Bucks New University, takes place in and around High Wycombe from October 11 to 21.

The Festival, named after the fisheye wide-angle lens, features films ranging from well-known titles to foreign and independent movies, as well as an international short film competition.

Mariko Francombe, filmmaker at Bucks New University, said: “We are very excited to offer a great selection of film events this year and we really hope people find something they want to be a part of.

“Our theme is the ‘IMPACT of Sound and Silence’. We have a ‘Creative Challenge’ which is focused on silent film and soundtrack creations, and which you can see exhibited on October 20-21 at Bucks New University’s campus in Queen Alexandra Road, High Wycombe.

“It is also the subject of another event at Trinity United Reformed Church in London Road, High Wycombe, Film Fantasia, in which international concert pianist, John Lenehan, will be accompanying some silent movie classics and other films which have been inspired by classical music.

“Fisheye Film Festival is indebted once again to Bucks New University for hosting many events.”