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The Festival No one younger than 15 may see a 15 film in a cinema.

BBFC


2018
15
98 minutes (1 hours 38 minutes)
14th August
The Festival

Directed by

Iain Morris

Starring

Actor
Character
Hammed Animashaun
Shane Stubbs
Claudia O'Doherty
Amy
Jemaine Clement
Robin
Hannah Tointon
Caitlin
Kurt Yaeger
The Pirate
Noel Fielding
Hammerhead
Ricky the Tattooist
Theo Barklem-Biggs
Gordy Symonds
Leigh Williams
Clive The Newsagent
Lizzy Connolly
Lucy
Hugh Coles
Rex
Chris Geere
Brother David
Anthony Adjekum
Ticket Inspector
Hilary Agostini
Festivelgoer
Toni Beard
Parent
Paul Blackwell
Police officer
Dan Burman
Arsey Festival Goer
Abbey Marise Butler
Debbie Cameron
Police Officer
Jon Campling
Officiator
Kirsty J. Curtis
Jackie (Smurf Maid of Honour)
Radovan Danley
Big Druid
Stuart Davidson
Festivalgoer
Natasia Demetriou
Bride Smurf
Ade Dimberline
Bouncer
Daniel Eghan
Police Officer
Filiz Fairweather
Police Officer
Stirling Gallacher
Vivian Taylor
Samantha E. Hunt
Smurf
Jackson Kai
Graduate
Gareth Key
Police Officer
Tom Knight
Provost
Marek Larwood
Policeman / Brother Timothy
Adrian Lukis
Brother Julian
Lewis Maiella
Angry Car Owner
Colin Murtagh
Festivalgoer
Mark Preston
Policeman
Chris Pybus
Scouse Guy
Guy Rhys
Rhys
Emma Rigby
Smurf Girl
Lou Safire
Tattooist
Bronté Terrell
Hayley Thomas
Smurf-In-Law
James Wallwork
Pissing Man
Steve Walsh
Druid
Tony Way
Queasy Steve
Kayleigh Jade West
Graduate
Jason Williamson
Policeman
Michael Christmas
Festival Goer
Jessica Danielle Cara Davies
Festival Goer
Thomas Greenhaf
Guillaume Rivaud
Festivalgoer
Clem So
Backstage Crew

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Movie details
UK total gross
£3,439,025
1627
1628
The Festival
1629

UK BBFC Certificate: 15

Genres:
Comedy

Popular in: United Kingdom and Czechia

UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 5

Weeks on box office: 2

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
5N
£1,423,410
£1,423,410
12
£458,095
£2,540,465
Other Box Office History
31 August 2018
£199,633
7 September 2018
£108,980
14 September 2018
£23,653
21 September 2018
£5,286
28 September 2018
£1,956
5 October 2018
£746
12 October 2018
£224
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