Board Shorts, Cornwall Film Festival’s celebration of perspectives on surf culture in film, video, photography, paint, picture craft, and kitchen sink, is back again this year.
The Cornwall Film Festival, a registered charity which supports Cornish filmmaking, needs to raise £27,000 in order to run this year’s event.
The second CINE film screening and networking event organised by Cottage Industry Films for D+CFilm was another huge success.
The Two Short Nights film festival, which takes place at the Exeter Phoenix, is calling for entries.
The Exeter Polish Film Festival -Kinoteka on Tour, a satellite event of the the Polish Cultural Institute project Kinoteka, is a rare opportunity to see some of the best Polish movies in Exeter between Wednesday, March 10 and Saturday, May 15.
Remember, remember the fifth of November, for the Cornwall Film Festival will start -if you’ve got a better rhyme for the fireworks that will be the beginning of the ninth Cornwall Film Festival, then we’d like to hear it!
Because no South West artist covers injustice, class and punishment, Animated Exeter has asked internationally acclaimed US artist Rose Bond to create an animated light show highlighting the themes for her piece Broadsided, which will launch the event at Exeter Castle.
If your New Year’s Resolution is to get your film out there, in front of people and at film festivals, then check out the D+CFilm guide to film festivals with a January deadline on our social network site.
Two Short Nights at the Exeter Phoenix is coming, and the event launches with a Get into Film Media Mash Up for filmmakers and media students trying to find their way into the film industry. We’ve got in touch with a couple of those on the panel to find out what they’ll be talking about. First up Ashley Thorpe of Carrion Films, who won Media Innovations Award for Independent Cinema, and whose latest film the Hairy Hands will premiere at the festival.
Carl Shanahan‘s music video of The Computers’ tune Teenage Tourettes Camp (which looks to our culturally-beady eye to have been shot at the Spacex Gallery in Exeter during the Laura Kikauka exhibition), is part of the D+CFilm Open Screening at Two Short Nights. We caught up with him to ask about making music videos
There’s just one place available on the View from Here‘s documentary development day for filmmakers who want to see their film in a state that is fit to fund. And, in case it helps make your mind up about applying, the date has changed. It will now take place on Tuesday, December 8 in Newton Abbot.
The D+CFilm Open screening at the eighth Two Short Nights films festival at the Exeter Phoenix, on Friday, November 27 had a record number of entries this year from all over the world.
The Cornwall Film Festival is poised for its move into screening dance films during the festival which begins tomorrow, Friday, November 13.
With a film premiering at the Cornwall Film Festival, a speaking engagement at the View from Here film festival in South Devon, and his own production company not yet a year old, it’s a busy time for Gareth Allen. We found out more about his ‘campaigning’ work, and asked ‘Can films change opinions?’
The Cornwall Film Festival has come up with six (just six!) reason to go to the Cornwall Film Festival, which starts on Friday, November 13. If you can think of any more, let us know!
The View from Here film festival has extended its deadline for submissions due to the postal strike. Films will be submitted after Monday, November 9 providing the post mark is on or before that date. For details on how to submit your film, go to the View from Here site.
There’s a free indie screening of The Age of Stupid at the PMS Lecture Theatre, Peninsula Medical School Building, RD&E Hospital, Exeter. Wednesday, November 4 at 7pm
The View from Here film festival is premiering a film about the work of Transition Newton Abbot with the Newton Abbot Community Garden.
Young filmmakers with a South Devon connection can submit their films to the View from Here film festival, which takes place throughout South Devon from Saturday, November 28 to Friday, December 4.
Robin Whenary’s film 1471, which premiered at the first View from Here film festival in 2007, has won the Bronze Medal in the Amateur category at the 50th Brno16 International Short Film Festival, in the Czech Republic.
Screen Actions, the by-young-people for-young-people, day-long film festival which takes place at the start of the Cornwall Film Festival on Friday, November 13, has finalised its awesome programme of events.
Curtains raise on the Another Country International Short Film element of the Cornwall Film Festival in Redruth on Saturday, September 26.
Exeter animator Louis Neubert has been awarded £1,500, to help make his film The Kinks and My Dad.
Donna Anton, chair of the British Federation of Film Societies, is the newly appointed director of the Cornwall Film Festival, which takes place a the new venue of the Falmouth Phoenix Cinema on November 13 to 15.
[Read more…] about A new team is in place and ready to go for the 2009 Cornwall Film Festival
The Museum of Dartmoor Life, Okehampton, is hosting the Wild River, Cold Stone -a two-year collaboration charting the history of Dartmoor and its people by filmmakers Chris Chapman and Kate King -from October 3 to October 31.