Poldark to return to Cornwall, via Bristol

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Classic show Poldark will be back in Cornwall for a revamp that is coming out of Bristol’s Bottle Yard Studios

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After The Night: a claustrophobic neo-realistic gangster film (review)

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Basil Da Cunha’s debut features a non-professional cast with no screenplay. Simon Roger Key reviews this nocturnal gangster movie

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Filming location need for BFI-backed short film

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Do you know a house with a bit of ‘character’? It could be the setting for a new short film

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Baby Bird short film: call for cast and crew

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The short film Baby Bird will combine real action and animation in a touching tale of growing up, and is on the lookout for cast and crew

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Crew call: The Site Project, short film in Exeter

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The Site Project is an intimate and expansive view of Exeter, which will require specific skills from the crew. Are you up to it? Find out more

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Producer and cast opportunity on The Exam

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Have you got what it takes to be a producer or cast member on what promises to be an intriguing short film? Here are the details

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Dartington Barn Cinema launches loyalty scheme

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Like the sound of a cinema with a loyalty scheme? That’s what Dartington Barn Cinema has to offer as it celebrates its new comfy seats

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Devon filmmakers to premiere documentary The Writer With No Hands at Toronto festival

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The Writer With No Hands documents Matthew Alford’s attempts to get to the bottom of the death of scriptwriter Gary Devore

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Feature-length documentary looks at the UK's love affair with alcohol

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A Royal Hangover is a feature-length documentary for Arthur Cauty and offers an unflinching look at the UK’s relationship with alcohol

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DP extraordinaire Roger Deakins picks his top movie moment

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Film supremo Roger Deakins reveals a movie image that has stayed with him

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Sex, Leins & Videotape #177. Tom Leins reviews Homefront, Dom Hemingway and The Family

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Vigilante justice in the deep South, a London safecracker comes home and mobster carnage in France – Tom Leins reviews this week’s biggest DVDs.

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Dystopian drama and troubled romance: Divergent review

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Luisa Plaja popped along to the Divergent premiere in Leicester Square to find a bagful of fans enjoying a faithfully thrilling adaptation

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Films wanted for museum pop up cinema event

Start Watching by Marc Zimmerman one of the films at PUNY GODS! vs The Bill Douglas Cinema Museum
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PUNY GODS! is set to take on the memorabilia might of The Bill Douglas Cinema Museum in its next pop up event, and you can be part of it – films wanted!

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Win a year's free cinema with an Annual Cinema pass

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You could win free cinema for a year when you try out the Barn Cinema’s new seats at the Totnes Bookshop

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An ode to optimism: Till The Luck Runs Dry

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The film for the Ruarri Jospeh song Till The Luck Runs Dry is up for a prize at the Celtic Media Festival

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