Cottage Industry Film’s next filmmakers’ networking event, CINE, for anyone interested in or involved with film, returns for its monthly incarnation at the Exeter Phoenix on Saturday, November 6 from 2pm to 5.30pm.
The combination of screenings, Q&A, networking and talk followed by an informal natter is a sure-fire winner and the event has already established itself on the South West film horizon.
On the smorgasbord of cinematic delight will be the award-winning Ashley Thorpe’s Scayrecrow, Art from Marco Von Moos, Blueberry by Matthew Sanger, and Ben Barfoot’s exploration in to the making of his movies Fuse.
It will all be topped off by Elly Ward from London BBC, who will talk about her experience working in live television.
In-between times there’s be mingling and mixing, as well as organising the Christmas bash, and an update on the CINE short shoot film challenge. CINE will be going eight-weekly in the new year, so fill up your boots now with all things filmy.
And remember, the event is also a fundraiser for D+CFilm, with the money raised going towards supporting and promoting filmmakers in the region.
If you have a film you would like to screen at CINE or you’d like to do a short talk, email firstname.lastname@example.org with a brief synopsis (up to 50 words) of the film/project, along with any other relevant information, including a still from the film -films can be of any genre, but no longer than 15 minutes.
To find out more, pop along to the CINE site.