Plymouth Film Festival returns bigger and better than ever, with another outstanding selection of entertaining short films, informative workshops run by industry professionals, and fun networking parties, says the press release.
Cinema fans will be able to see an eclectic mix of movies and gain advice from industry experts at the third annual Plymouth Film Festival.
Over the past two days the Exeter Phoenix have shown international shorts, documentaries and even award winning contemporary short films.
Each year the team behind Exeter Phoenix’s Two Short Nights film festival go out of their way to put together an eclectic mix of contemporary cinema’s finest shorts.
Fun, thrills, and the occasional chill are coming to Devon in the form of the Optimus Halloween Horror Convention.
Cornwall’s very first Green Film Festival will screen thoughtful films about sustainability and host discussions in St Ives.
Mountains give rise to inspiration, exhilarating and unforgettable adventures, which is also just what you’d expect from the movies. The Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour combines the two for big stories on the big screen. And you’ll be able to share in the finger-number, breath-taking (literally, the air is rarified people!) films in Truro and Torquay.
The Chagford Film Festival has announced two big names for 2015. Renowned filmmaker Kevin MacDonald, director of The Eagle, Last King of Scotland, State of Play and Touching the Void has confirmed his attendance, and Michael Murpurgo famous writer of The War Horse and When the Whales Came will also be there.
Plymouth Film Festival returns to the Plymouth Arts Centre for a weekend of entertaining short films, informative Q&A, helpful filmmaking workshops and networking.
Transition Town Totnes Film Festival, which is due to take place in November 2015, us seeking submissions from young and emerging filmmakers.
The Down To the Woods trailer has been released in advance of the Aveton Gifford film festival – Surf Hams.
Plymouth Film Festival 2015 has extended from a one-day event to a full weekend of film fun to take place at the Plymouth Arts Centre.
The Surf Hams Film Collective – where film making and digital democracy meet – are celebrating their FilmFest 2015 with a call for films.
Approaching Lines International Festival of Surf presented by Reef hits Newquay. Bringing to the South West three nights of the very best surf films from across the globe, says the blurb.
There are reasons to be cheerful, TTT Film Nights have transformed into a full-blown Transition Film Festival in Totnes.
Hayao Miyazaki’s stunning Oscar-winning film Spirited Away has been chosen by film fans to close a major international festival set on the banks of the River Tamar.
The press release for the British Film Festival in the chic French resort of Dinard popped into our in-box with aplomb.
This November, Exeter Phoenix presents a season of Scandinavian and Nordic cinema. Featuring films from Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Iceland, audiences will journey through snowy landscapes, confront troll-infested forests, consume surreal assignments and experience moody Nordic noir.
Tickets to meet filmmakers at this year’s Chagford Film Festival have been selling out within hours of the box office opening.
An exclusive screening of Severn and Somme about the effects of war on the musician and poet Ivor Gurney is at the Barbican Theatre in Plymouth.
The future of films is here! Independent, experimental and eclectic films are ready to take over in Exeter!
Exeter Phoenix will receive funding for a Season of Scandinavian and Nordic cinema. Scandiland will involve a variety of events at alternative venues across the city, and will feature full length films, documentaries, short films and popular examples of Scandi noir from Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Iceland and Finnland.
Bridport’s Film Festival is the only film festival to focus of film adaptations.
Plymouth is to have it’s first ever short film festival – huzzah!
We stray a little from our usual stomping ground for this story of an unexpected find.
Two lost films from Peter Sellers’ early career have been found in a London skip and will be shown to the public for the very first time in 50 years at the Gala Opening of the 2014 Southend Film Festival.