Award-winning Love Tomorrow, produced by Plymouth’s Stephanie Moon, is making a special South West appearance in Exeter
South Devon filmmakers Realm Pictures have proved a hit with the public, picking up the People’s Vote in a Raindance and Pepsi Max competition that could see them bag £30,000 towards their next movie.
Plymouth College of Art film students will be in New York for the Tribeca Film Festival to engage with filmmaking projects in the Big Apple. And other PCA students are working with Raindance writers throughout the world, while others are engaging with Plymouth’s CafÃ© Concrete Sonic Arts Collective
The high-pitched horror of Ashley Thorpe’s The Screaming Skull will get an airing at top independent film festival Raindance, on Thursday, October 8, at the Apollo West End Cinema, Lower Regent street, London.
D+Cineastes have got about a month to get something together for the Big Lunch Young Filmmaker’s competition. Why bother? Well, the winner gets a big old cheque for £1,000 and their film could be shown on Channel Four. Run in association with the National Young Volunteering Service, Channel 4 BRITDOC Foundation, Shooting People and BOOM!, […]