The View from Here South Devon film festival has gone behind the scenes with Transition Newton Abbot to find out about the Newton Abbot community garden
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.
Exeter film makers Ashley Thorpe and Toby De Burgh have been commissioned to produce new work as part of the UK Film Council’s Digital Shorts scheme.
The environmental lobby has been using film nights to disseminate information, stimulate debate and create a community. The South Devon Green Party are continuing in this vein with a screening of Rebecca Hosking’s The Future of Farming, at Totnes Civic Hall on Wednesday, June 2 at 7.30pm.
The latest in film news from the South West with the D+CFilm Show.