TwitterGoogle+0Facebook0This year’s snappily-titled Royal Television Society Annual Programme Awards For Devon, Cornwall And The Channel Islands was held at the Duke of Cornwall Hotel in Plymouth last month. The glamorous event saw ITV Westcountry picking up three awards – aw, Gus Honeybun would’ve been so proud (yes yes, we know that was TSW).
TwitterGoogle+0Facebook0Follow the main cinema links for dates, times and matinee screenings. Follow the title links for movie details, friendship and maybe more. PLYMOUTH ARTS CENTRE Red Road (18) Director Andrea Arnoldís newie was hugely acclaimed in Cannes, almost eclipsing her fantastic work in the Saturday morning kidsí show No 73. Wot no Sandwich Quiz? Tsai […]
TwitterGoogle+0Facebook0It’s hard to believe, but there are movie-type shenanigans happening outside D+C, you know. Indeed, just last month stars and leading figures of the British film industry turned out to celebrate the British Independent Film Awards at Hammersmith Palais, London.
TwitterGoogle+0Facebook0Chagford’s own harp-playing filmmaking inspiration Elizabeth Jane Baldry has also been on the podium, figuratively speaking. With her newest film Childe Rowland being edited, she’s played on the soundtrack of 37 Uses Of†A Dead Sheep, which won best documentary at Berlin, and has subsequently gone on to pick up plenty more.