The Charlton and Woolwich Free Film Festival is returning for its fourth year and here is everything you need to know.

This year the festival will be running from September 6 to September 14 and is completely run by volunteers.

CWFFF is part of the wider family of free film festivals, that began in 2010 in Peckham and Nunhead, and there are several in South London (Charlton and Woolwich is the newest).

All the Free Film Festivals are completely run by volunteers, and the basic idea is to bring people together not just to enjoy films but to also see those films in community venues across the locality.

For example, many of the films will be shown in venues such as Charlton House, Shrewsbury House and the Royal Arsenal.

CWFFF is part funded by RBG, and volunteers will rattle buckets after the films to raise the remainder of our core costs, this year they also have a sponsor from the company Berkeley.

Some highlights this year include a big opener and closers, Black Panther and First Man, on September 6 and 14 at Artillery Square, Riverside.

First time venue Charlton Manor Primary will show the Greatest Showman on September 7 there are so many more events - Click here to see a full list.

All films are free to attend, but if space is limited then places are allocated on a first come first served basis.

People can bring their own food and drink unless the venue is a commercial premises such as a pub or restaurant.

You can check out their Facebook page for regular updates HERE.