Films from Devon and Cornwall make up the complete shortlist of the Media Innovations Award for Independent film. With Tera Toma, by Syndrome Pictures, Uncomfortable, by David Salas and the Sundog Media production Sea Front in the running
Harrowing split-screen flick Tera Toma was at the Blue Walnut, Torquay as part of the View from Here film festival. He got in touch to say how valuable the event was to his work
Exeter filmmaker Josh Gaunt was shocked with the violence in his film Tera Toma, but the collaborative development of the film ensured it fitted in with the psychological make up of the experimental, split-screen film’s character. He talks to D+CFilm’s Lee Morgan about film violence, context and responsibility
Tera Toma will be shown at the Blue Walnut Cafe, Torquay, as part of the View from Here film festival. Tera Toma is a split-screen digital-film of psychological drama that was shot collaboratively in straight scenes over five days
Tera Toma: That’s a Wrap! from Syndrome Pictures on Vimeo. The week-long shoots for the digital experimental film Tera Toma are all in the bag ready for the premiere at the Exeter Phoenix on Tuesday, September 15 at 8pm.