Some 17 employees from cinemas across the UK have been presented with awards totalling over £7,000 for their efforts in preventing illegal recordings taking place.
Film projects in the English regions outside London can apply for between £2,000 and £50,000 from Creative England’s Film Culture Fund.
Cornwall reviewer Stuart McColl takes a trip to Martin Scorsese’s Shutter Island, and finds things are not all they seem in the paranoia-inducing film
It’s 1954 and US Marshals Teddy Daniels (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Chuck Aule (Mark Ruffalo) are dispatched to Shutter Island, home to Ashecliffe hospital for the criminally insane. Their goal is to investigate the disappearance of child murderer Rachel Solando, who has managed to apparently ‘vanish’ from out of her cell.
The Aeon Festival is calling for films for its sci-fi-themed extravaganza, which takes place in Crediton, August 28 -30.
To catch the latest in 3-D films, pop along to the Vue cinema in Plymouth for a week of eye-popping action. And 3-D films have moved on a long way since Jaws 3-D (although how can you compete with Denis Quaid in 3-D shorts?).