Tails are wagging in excitement (and that’s just the owners!) over this coming Sunday’s [May 12] Dog-Friendly screening of Pick Of The Litter at the Exeter Picturehouse where hounds big and small (and hopefully well-behaved!) can join their humans for a trip to the cinema.[Read more…] about Aisles of dogs… cinema gets dog-friendly screening
Films you’ve never seen, in places you’ve never been, intrigue the Craft Cinema people, who explore cinema and geography throughout the country. Their next pop up is at the atmospheric medieval Exe bridge as part of the city’s Mikrofest.[Read more…] about Craft Cinema explore Exe medieval site for Mikrofest screening
Critically acclaimed film director Ben Wheatley will be hosting a Q&A and screening of his latest film at the Exeter’s Phoenix’s independent cinema. It will be the second time the director has appeared at Studio 74, after bringing his Q&A tour of Free Fire to the venue last year.[Read more…] about Director Ben Wheatley heads to Exeter with Q&A tour of Happy New Year, Colin Burstead
Dark psychological thriller Winter Ridge was filmed on the dark and psychological parts of Exmoor. And if you’re wondering where those dark and psychological film sensibilities were honed look no further up country than Plymouth (it seems obvious when you say it).[Read more…] about Plymouth old boy Q&A as his film Winter Ridge hits cinemas
Think exclusivity, shared experience and a rare opportunity to unpick the thoughts of a director to one of TV’s classic cult comedies; Oxide Ghosts: The Brass Eye Tapes is calling into the South West at Torquay’s Grinagog Festival.
Award-winning feature documentary film Vanishing Sail: The Story of a Caribbean Tradition is calling into Devon and Cornwall.
This December, a pop-up 1950s Christmas cinema is coming to Greenway, the holiday home of Agatha Christie now cared for by the National Trust.
Daddy’s Letter is a time-stepping musical that combines humour with a heart-tugging story about two women. The Torbay-made film is having a special screening at the Exeter Phoenix.
The Mother’s Bones, a film set on the Lizard Peninsula, by Cornwall-based artist Abigail Reynolds, will show at Plymouth Arts Centre this November as part of the Gallery in the Cinema programme of artist’s film.
Jill Craigie -yes her after whom the Plymouth University lecture theatre is named -made a profoundly eye-opening documentary about the rebuilding of Plymouth after the Blitz.
When medal winning Paralympian shooter, James Bevis, was told he would never ride a bike again he did what most people wouldn’t contemplate. He strapped himself to a mountain bike and rode across Dartmoor. The Long Shot is his story.
When the Glyndebourne opera people hit the road, they don’t just inhabit the stage, they take to the screen as well.
Raindance award-winning film Love Tomorrow, produced by Plymouth-born Stephanie Moon, is making a special appearance in Exeter as part of its distribution salvo.
Fresh from its sell out performance at the Merlin Cinema in Torquay, action thriller They’re Coming will be Exeter for its last UK showing this year.
The riches-to-rags yet garishly watchable documentary The Queen of Versailles is getting a pop-up cinema airing East Devon village of Farringdon.
‘Never has grotesque wealth looked so unenviable, or its removal been so entertaining,’ said Steven Rose of the documentary in the Guardian.
The film follows the descent of the Siegel family as they suffer at the hands of the 2008 economic downturn, and their excessive lifestyle is exposed.
The pop-up screening is hosted by the Farrington Society of Arts, and takes place in the Farringdon Village Hall on Friday, November 16 at 7.30pm. Tickets are £5. Call 01395 239181 to book and pop over to the Farrington Society of Arts for more details.
At 10:03AM on the 20th March 2012, Amanda York is reported missing. On receiving a mysterious note from an old friend that says “They’re Coming”, her husband David begins the search for his wife aided by their mutual friend Sarah…
The independent film Four Horsemen will be screened followed by Q&A and discussion with the makers of the film Ross Ashcroft and Mark Braund, they will be joined on the panel by Satish Kumar and Jonathan Dawson of Schumacher College.
Dark Shadows, the latest collaboration between Tim Burton and Johnny Depp hasn’t had the best of receptions, although it’s sure to keep the most ardent of the pair’s fans happy.
The great blue yonder, as well as its nether, is charted, explored in the documentary Blue Alchemy: Stories of Indigo, which is at the Devon Guild of Craftsmen as part of its ‘blue’ season.
Feeling all mushy for that damaging relationship this Valentine’s Day? The Transition Town Totnes film club is screening Michael Moore’s own love story, the one with Capitalism (we reckon he plays Ryan O’Neal )