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Films have become a rallying cry for socio-policital organisations, particularly the environmental lobby, and what with Modbury‘s documentary maker and scourge to the plastic bag Rebecca Hosking, or the Transition Movement, whose heart is in Totnes and who have recently finished a film about their work, it seems that the D+CFilm environs is home to […]
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 TV Trust for the Environment film which investigates the impact of climate change on the North Devon Bisophere and a bisosphere reserve in Kenya and is being shown on BBC World will get a number of airings from Beaford Arts throughout North Devon.
“British horror revival begins here in the South West,” said Ashley Thorpe as he picked up the media innovations award for independent film, and he should know -he’s picking up awards, and plaudits, and favourable reviews wherever he goes.