The Totnes Festival starts today (Friday, September 4) and we’ve got a sneak peak of the line up for SHOOT, the festival’s short film festival. This year you can get two bites at the film festival cheer -there’s a screening at The Barn on Tuesday, September 8 and at the Barrel House on Thursday, September 10.
The full hour-and-a-half line-up hasn’t been confirmed, and the programmes at each venue may differ slightly, by so far they include eco-documentaries, animated comedies and psychological thrillers.
A Hard Days Knight, by Ashley Wing (Paignton); Ctrl-Alt-Shift, by Simon James Lane (Chelmsford) & Dean G. Moore (Leicestershire) (both study in Falmouth); Disturbed, by Clayton Fussell (Torpoint, Cornwall); Eigg Electric, by Malcolm Baldwin (Dartington); Escalator, by Matthew Hurd (Marldon); and Man-Cub, by Tom Austin (Paignton).
Watch filmmakers Ashley Wing and Clayton Fussell talk about their latest film collaboration on the latest (August) D+CFilm Show
(image: from Matthew Hurd’s Escalator)