Submit your film to the View from Here film festival in South Devon – they must have a South Devon connection and be under 10 minutes, find out more
Film as a galvanizing global tool took another step forward with the screening of In Transition: From Oil Dependency to Local Resilience, the story of the global Transition Movement, which has its roots in Totnes, Devon.
Ashley Thorpe’s fourth Penny Dreadful animation, The Hairy Hands, which is based on the Devon legend, is due to have the script and budget signed off by South West Screen on June 15, but there is still concern that the name may alienate audiences outside the Devon region.
The second of Vue’s Mystery Movie screenings will be taking place at Plymouth Vue on Tuesday, June 9 at 6.30pm, where you lucky people can see a new film before its official release.
Back in 2006 The Crinoline and the Rose from Emma Kempton and Anson Hartford was wowing audiences with its magical tale. Couple that with a superbly shot, touchingly performed, surreal experience and you start to recognise why the film has gathered such broad appeal.