If you fancy running your own neighbourhood cinema there’s no time like the present, and the new BFI Neighbourhood Cinema site is there to help you on your way.
Cinema’s super baddie Mark Strong leads the cast in the Young Vic’s magnetic, electrifying, astonishingly bold” production of A View From The Bridge, which will be live on the big screen in Exeter.
There’s been plaudits galore for the wonderful Maxine Peake’s Hamlet, and you can get to see the theatre piece on screen at the Exeter Picturehouse.
This actress was launched on the film scene at the age of 11, playing the great Dorothy Gale in Disney’s Return to Oz. As a teenager, she starred in the arthouse hit Gas Food Lodging and Milos Forman’s Valmont before joining Neve Campbell and Robin Tunney in school-based witchy thriller The Craft. Her name is Persian for ‘turquoise’, which could also describe her striking eyes.
A Brixham-based non-profit theatre company specialising in historical drama, breaks into film, with a internet film series, based on Victor Hugo’s unabridged novel, starring an amazing local cast from around Devon.
Into Film, a lottery funded charity has given students at a Devon school the opportunity to become more involved in film. The Into Film Inclusion Project aims to help children aged 5–19 years old by using film as a discussion for ‘cultural, creative and personal development’. Students from disadvantaged backgrounds are given opportunities they wouldn’t normally have access to, such as making films and even meeting industry professionals.
Delight, a film about passion and pain, is calling into Exeter head of the movie’s London dates.
The third part of the unplanned Status trilogy – It’s Christmas and It’s Complicated – is brimming with seasonal expectation.
One of our D&CFilms founders does an astounding Terrahawks impression, so we were chuffed when news of a free Terrahawks Christmas episode will be online.
A film influenced by the responses of its audience and a graduate who completed his studies despite contracting meningitis were among the Plymouth University winners at the 2014 Media Innovation Awards.
Flirting, Sirens and Lawn Dogs (to name but three) director John Duigan has been linked to helm the teen surf story Bluer Than The Sky by Cornwall-based writer Lisa Glass.
Entries for Celtic Media Festival 2015’s Bronze Torc Awards for Excellence have exceeded previous years’ figures, with a record-breaking 500 entries submitted to festival organisers.
You’ll have to wait to March 2015 to catch the war-time romantic drama Suite Française, starring Michelle Williams and Matthias Schoenaerts.
A Plymouth University composer has made a film which reads the minds and bodies of its audience.
A Dark Tale, a film which brought tighter a host of creative talents from across the South West, is due to go online for all to see.