The Blair Witch Project (Cert 15)

Three film students set out into the Black Hills Forest to make a documentary on the legendary Blair Witch. Armed with a 16mm camera, a Hi8 video camera, and a DAT recorder, every step, word and sound is captured. After wandering around the Black Hills Forest, Heather, Josh, and Mike are cold, lost and hunted. Finally, one night after the last ray of light had left the forest black, they were never to be seen again. Despite thousands of hours searching the Black Hills area, neither of the filmmakers or any trace of their gear was found, and the search was called off. One year later, a bag full of film cans, DAT tapes, and video tapes were found. The behind the scenes, video footage and the film, are cut together to make a fictional movie which seems more than real.

Event Information

(1999) Duration 1h 21 min. Advance bookings or cash payments at the gate only.

Doors open at 7.30pm and film at 8.30pm. Please park in the main car park and all cars £2 – a steward will direct you to the venue. There are very limited toilet facilities in the glade, but there are toilets at the Learning Centre, near the car parks which will be open throughout the evening.

There is a 20 minute level walk from the castle to the performance area. Please contact Durlston Country Park for accessibility information on 01929 424443.

Picnics are welcome and please feel free to bring your own wine or drinks.

Please bring a blanket and/or mats to sit on and an umbrella (just in case!). Please bring a torch for the walk back.
Event is weather permitting and if not able to go ahead, refunds will be issued for advance bookings. Information will be posted on the day on this website, on our social media and on the telephone enquiry line.

Please contact Durlston Country Park for accessibility information on 01929 424443.

Additional information

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Durlston Castle

Photo identification to verify age may be requested at the venue