Offshore Tin: environment versus economy on the coast of Cornwall

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The current affairs film Offshore Tin, which looks at the seabed extraction of formerly discarded tin, is shortlisted at the Celtic Media Festival

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Stepping back into Cornwall's history with Stories in Stone

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The exploration in Cornwall’s past, Stories in Stone, is up for a Celtic Media Award

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The same worries, fears and thoughts of death: The Undertaking

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Ed Emsley’s documentary The Undertaking, which follows two independent undertaking firms, has been shortlisted by the Celtic Media Festival

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The mundane brutality of Parkinson's disease: My Brother Hughie

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My Brother Hughie is Senara Wilson Hodges’ film about her brother’s Parkinson’s disease

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An antidote to disconnection: The Valley of the Stag

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Alban Roinard’s The Valley of the Stag, which is up for Celtica Media award, explores a relationship with the landscape in a world of disconnection

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Bowling towards the end of the world: Last Friend on Earth

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Last Friend on Earth, a film about the end of the world, has been shortlisted at the Celtic Media Festival 2014

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Celtic Media Fest celebrates the media industry of the Celtic nations and regions at St Ives

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The media industry in the Celtic nations and regions is once again hailed in the Celtic Media Festival, now in its 35th year, and from St Ives

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Get your virtual super powers with latest Captain America morphsuit

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There’s a new type of hero in town – one that has the latest augmented reality Marvel Morphsuit, that’s who

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Hollywood dreams turned into a nightmare… for your viewing pleasure

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Help! I’m Trapped in a Movie is a film about a man trapped in a movie, and it needs your kickstarter support for the dream to become a reality

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From Page To Screen Bridport's literary film fest returns with Ronson at the helm

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This year journo and one-time keys player Jon Ronson is guest curator of Bridport’s Film Festival, which explores adaptation, From Page To Screen

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The Merry Gentleman: retrospective review

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Michael Keaton explored familiar ground with his directorial debut The Merry Gentleman. Simon Roger Key revisits the movie

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Michael Keaton: The Dark Knight Returns

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Simon Roger Key takes a closer look at Michael Keaton’s meaningful undercurrent of mood, which has been too little used in recent years

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Sex, Leins & Videotape #176. Tom Leins reviews Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Ender's Game

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Tom Leins judges the battle of the teen franchises in this week’s DVD round-up.

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My Stuff shakes off the consumerist shackles of 'stuff' to look for something deeper (review)

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Documentary My Stuff explores what you really need in life. Is it best to be tied down with all your pointless ‘stuff’ or have a meaningful relationship?

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Special preview of Richard Ayoade's The Double at the Exeter Picturehouse

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Exeter Picturehouse has a special preview of Richard Ayoade’s The Double followed by a satellite-linked Q&A with the director

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