Born To Be Mild (A brief insight into the dull men’s club), is the latest from Screen 3 Productions… take a walk on the mild side
Continue reading Get excited! It’s the Born To Be Mild trailer!
The National Lottery has been supporting the British film industry since 1994, with some top films under its belt. Watch the Billy Elliot animation
Continue reading Flick book Billy Elliot highlights role of National Lottery in UK film
The The Nightman of Nevermoor demonstrates skill and craft on a small budget in an engaging film that is reminiscent of Spielberg
Continue reading The Nightman of Nevermoor: a Spielbergian-romp from Devon’s talented and passionate filmmakers
She Sells Seashells by Orson Cornick is a short film which follows a young girl who makes an alliance with a Teddy Bear
Continue reading She Sells Seashells: Orson Cornick’s charming short
Tom Leins reviews Filth and This Ain’t California in this week’s DVD round-up.
Filth (Lionsgate) tells the story of Detective Sergeant Bruce Robertson (James McAvoy, Welcome To The Punch), a corrupt, drug-addicted cop who finds himself in line for an unlikely promotion and will stop at nothing to get what he wants. Tasked with
Continue reading Sex, Leins & Videotape #174. Tom Leins reviews Filth and This Ain’t California
Half-Cut Cinema, West Cornwall’s , community film and screening project, is back by popular demand!
Continue reading New and accomplished filmmakers called to Half-Cut Cinema, Porthleven
Working Title Films’ internship programme Action! 14 is an excellent opportunity to boost your chances of a career in film. Apply now, and never look back
Continue reading Action! Working Title Films’ intern programme accepting applications
The Nightman of Nevermoor is a 50-minute sci-fi mystery that was shot at some of Devon’s picturesque settings. It will get its first screening in Torquay
Continue reading The Nightman of Nevermoor: Torquay premiere
Devon filmmaker Arthur Caulty’s first feature documentary aims to understand why the UK has such a drinking culture. Russell Brand offers some insights
Continue reading Russell Brand leads line up in new British documentary: A Royal Hangover
Quirky comedy, art-house sci-fi and post-apocalyptic chills are on the agenda in this week’s DVD round-up, with In A World, Piercing Brightness and The Colony
Continue reading Sex, Leins & Videotape #173. Tom Leins reviews In A World, Piercing Brightness and The Colony
The Exeter Phoenix, friend to the filmmaker, is offering three strands of short film commissions for 2014, including crowdfunded short flicks and art films
Continue reading 3 new film commissions from the Exeter Phoenix for 2014
We’re excited about the forthcoming first ever Plymouth Short Film Festival. Here’s what to look forward to
Continue reading First ever Plymouth Short Film Festival! (submit your films!)
There is blood on the tracks in this week’s DVD round-up. Tom Leins reviews The Tunnel and Last Passenger
Continue reading Sex, Leins & Videotape #172. Tom Leins reviews The Tunnel and Last Passenger
Tom Leins takes to the DVDs to review The Great Train Robbery, Vendetta and Lords of London
Continue reading Sex, Leins & Videotape #171. Tom Leins reviews The Great Train Robbery, Vendetta and Lords of London.
2013 saw the end of Blockbuster, but it is the ‘rental experience’ that Simon Roger Key will truly miss
Continue reading RIP: Blockbuster Video, 1985-2013, and the ‘rental experience’