Big Screen in the Park is back for 2017 and with seven nights of open air screenings, cinema is bigger than ever!
A filmmaker got in touch in a bid to find a sandy beach that would be suitable for a short film shoot. We thought we’d draw on the knowledge and expertise of the D&CFilm community to see what we could come up with.
When we caught up with Owain Astles about his new micro short, an Exeter Phoenix bursary film, he was telling us how impressed he was with the work experience people he was mentoring.
Get Digital! is Cornwall Film Festival‘s new BEACON project, funded by the Big Lottery Fund. A brand new digital media project that aims to provide young people, aged 11-24 with better access to media training in Cornwall.
Budding filmmakers across Plymouth and the South West will have the chance to learn from industry-leading figures in a new intensive short course designed to provide young artists with practical skills and confidence in creating moving image, thanks to a partnership between Plymouth College of Art and the British Film Institute (BFI).