A Totnes-based shoot for the music video Belfast-based band is in need for a crowd-load of extras, but you best be quick.
As a follow-up to The Town, Ben Affleck has ventured into the world 1980s CIA. His latest film Argo is based on the true story of combined CIA and Canadian operation to ‘extract’ American diplomatic personal out of revolutionary Iran.Cue dodgy fashion and facial hair, along with taut nerves and an explosive situation.
The eye’s have it – here’s the latest short but sweet trailer to the sci-fi feature They’re Coming, shot entirely in Torbay and currently being edited.
They’re Coming, John Tomkin’s action thriller, starts shooting in Torbay on March 24, and to keep up-to-date with how the production’s going, the filmmakers have started weekly video blog.
You could be forgiven that throughout the whole of Devon and Cornwall there is only one person who’s making the lion shares of music videos. But for a change, we’ve taken our lead from Teignmouth band The Quails, who are set to play Istandbul on June 25 – but before they embark on their Turkish Tour, you can catch them in Teignmouth on Sunday, June 21.
The Aeon Festival is calling for films for its sci-fi-themed extravaganza, which takes place in Crediton, August 28 -30.
Chew TV is looking for you all those who fancy working in the creative industries, and of course that means you.
This week’s Something For the Weekend music video for Obedientbone draws on a bit of history and brings us right up to date.
For this week’s Something for the Weekend Music Video we have a song and performance from the filmmaker herself, Shauna Osborne-Dowle, with her timeless tale of loss, fear and belonging that is Ankor. Shauna spoke to D+CFilm about the video.
We’re looking for music videos to feature on the D+CFilm site.
An ideal example of coverage is to feature the music video on Saturday, an interview with the filmmaker on Sunday, and an interview with the band on the People’s Republic of South Devon, or arts+culture site.
If you have any connection with Devon or Cornwall, and have a music video, get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org
Devon filmmaker Robin Whenary has picked up the Students’ Jury Prize at the Kid’s Eye Film Festival in Hungary for his film Fear, which has had screening at both Two Short Nights and the View From Here film festivals.
It’s difficult to know where to start with Maniac Films, the makers of this week’s Something for the Weekend Music Video with their film of The Ballad of Roman Road by Douglas E Powell. The North Devon production company have their fingers in so digital endevours. Thank goodness they’re going to be featured in the forthcoming D+CFilm Show, eh!
Plymouth filmmakers GET Crucial produced this weekend’s music video for Crazy Arm’s latest release Broken by the Wheel. We caught up with Chris Southern to find out more about what drives GET Crucial and how they go about making their movies
This week’s Something for the Weekend Music Video is from Plymouth filmmakers GET Crucial and their film for Plymouth band Crazy Arm‘s new single Broken By the Wheel, to be released as a 7 inch limited-edition, on coloured vinyl on Monday, May 25.
We caught up with Chris Southern from GET Crucial Productions to ask about the video
Serendipity DOES exist! Darren Jones, of RedMunkey Films, whose documentary of John Tomkins making the feature Like an Angel (which will culminated in the premiere at the Spanish Barn, Torre Abbey, Torquay on May 28), shot this latest video for The Weaver Twins, which has been designated our first Something For the Weekend, Music Video. Also, the Weavers will launch their latest CD in the same week. See, it all joins up.
This video was made during the opening night of The Simple Lies Experiment Exhibition.
Here’s the latest video for Alex Gimson, Mr Sinner Man, from filmmaker Luke Hagan, who picked up an award for best student film at last year’s Two Short Nights film festival at the Exeter Phoenix for his film One Year On.
Chew TV and Cornwalleye Media are calling for young filmmakers in Cornwall to make a short film showing the best of what Cornwall has to offer.
Two surf film evenings in aid of environmental research are taking place at the Jill Craigie Cinema on Wednesday May 6 and Friday May 8.
The University of Exeter’s student television station, XTV, has scooped four first place titles at the National Student Television Awards.
As April Fool’s Day limps into view, we thought it was time to remind you of the April deadlines for film festivals, a full list of which can be found over on the D+CFilm social network.
Apparently it’s the European Union’s Year of Creativity and Innovation and you’re going to need every ounce of that to win the €3,000 on offer for a film about European Entrepreneurship, which, given the current, economic situation, seems a bit of a hollow theme. Then, again, given the current economic situation, €3,000 is nothing to be sniffed at.
In Maniac Films‘ latest video for Douglas Powell, they made the most of the light, space and vibe of a disused factory space in Barnstaple.