Independent cinema in Plymouth needs a bit of a helping hand as the Plymouth Arts Centre cinema moves to a new home, but there’s more to do
Devon film festival Two Short Nights is holding a Media Mash up conference for people who want to get into film. We spoke to award-winning independent filmmaker Ashley Thorpe, who will be on the panel, about what to expect
Exeter filmmaker Ashley Thorpe has Dough Bradley, Pinhead from Hellraiser, plus Nicholas Vince of Hellraiser and Nightbreed as voices in his The Hairy Hands film, along with Sam Burgess and BBC Radio Devon’s Jo Loosemore
The Manhattan Short Film Festival is set to return to the fabled Blue Walnut Cinema, Torquay, with the 24-seat venue joining the Curzon Soho, London, and the Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle, as the only three venues that are screening the films in the UK. The festival takes place between September 20 and September 27.
Because we’ve been bigging up the new White River Cinema in St Austell – the first new cinema to complex in Cornwall for 70 years, we thought we’d finish offer with a few closing comments.