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.
You can’t help but see politics at work in Arthur Miller’s classic play, the Crucible. But if you couldn’t catch see the play in its run at the Old Vic – or you did, and you want to see it again – then you could pop along to the Exeter Picturehouse for a screening.
Now in it’s seventh year, the Two Short Nights 48-Hour Film Challenge is calling on the creative, the ingenious and those with endurance to join in one of the most vibrant filmmaking events in the South West.
The Need for Weed is a stoner comedy or – Stonersploitation (thank you wikipedia) – grown out of North Devon that is gaining an internet following.
Vision is a new haunting film by Scott Stevens that investigates premonition and insanity.
Back and in ‘Ultramarionation’, Gerry Anderson’s son Jamie is set to realise one of his father’s creating and explode his legacy.
In The Art of the Steal, Hollywood legend Kurt Russell stars as Crunch Calhoun, a motorcycle daredevil and part-time art thief who teams up with his no-good brother Nicky (Matt Dillon) to steal a priceless historical book from a Customs warehouse in Canada.
Thanks to Sony Pictures Home Entertainment we have three copies of The Art of the Steal on Blu-ray to give away to a handful of lucky readers. To stand a chance of winning one of these great prizes, please answer the following question:
Q: If media reports are to be believed, Kurt Russell has enjoyed local pub lunches with which Devon musician in recent years?
- a) Joss Stone
- b) Chris Martin
- c) Matt Bellamy
Please email entries to: [email protected] before 12 noon on Wednesday 5th November.
COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED
Please include your full name and postal address.
Mark your entries “The Art of the Steal Competition”.
This competition is eligible to residents of Devon & Cornwall only.
Please limit entries to one per household. Winning entries will be drawn at random.
The editor’s decision is final.
First there was David Lynch’s coffee, now Francis Ford Coppola has his award-winning wine.