Plymouth TV production company Two Four have won a commission for BBC 1, working with entrepreneur Jo Malone
To catch the latest in 3-D films, pop along to the Vue cinema in Plymouth for a week of eye-popping action. And 3-D films have moved on a long way since Jaws 3-D (although how can you compete with Denis Quaid in 3-D shorts?).
This year’s Chagford Filmmaking Group film is a grippingly scary fairytale from Northumbria about a princess who gets turned into a dragon. The shoot takes place between August 11 and 16, and they are looking for boys and girls between 11 and 15 for roles in the film.
Today was the first day of the festival and honestly -there wasn’t a lot going on. There were very few screenings, the biggest being Tom Tykwer’s opener The International. Rather the day is mostly spent gearing up for the festival; people arrive, check into hotels, receive accreditations and generally scope things -and each other -out. […]