A selection of cornish films

Sunday 26th April - 10:30 am - 11:30 am

Tickets: £4 / £2 Concessions WEEKEND FESTIVAL PASS £25

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A selection of cornish films

BETJEMAN’S CORNWALL

Director Christopher Williams

Duration 02.00 minutes 

The walk of poet Laureate Sir John Betjeman from Rock, North Cornwall to his grave in the grounds of St Enodoc’s church.

 

BIRDWATCHING

Director Holly Summerson    

Duration 04.18 minutes

Two birdwatchers have the power to transform into birds. A mixed media short film about isolation, independence and queer love.

 

A CORNISH SUMMER

Director Natalie Georgi         

Duration 03.35 minutes

An animated film about Virginia Woolf’s family on holiday which later influenced her writing.

 

THE GOLDEN DREGS: CLARKSDALE MS

Director Tommy Creagh

Duration 04.35 minutes

A dream of Mississippi Blues and the great vastness of America.

 

HOLIDAY!

Director Toby Matthews

Duration 10.00 minutes

A visual comedy. A French holiday maker pays a visit to a sleepy Cornish seaside town in search of a decent ice cream.

 

CHOKER

Director Orson Cornick   

Duration 04.07 minutes

As a girl drops down from the sky on to a crowded beach, a mysterious man drives at breakneck speed towards her.

 

ART FOR GOOD: MASS INSTALLATION

Director Diana Taylor

Duration 03.00 minutes

Over 1000 artists gathered at Land’s End to raise money for the coastal path and set up a world record.

SURVIVOR

Director Caleb Giddens

Duration 04.30 minutes

By a student at Penwith College, this film depicts the emotion of the sea and the emotion of humanity.

YN MOR

In partnership with Screen Cornwall

Director Zoe Alker

Duration 15.20 minutes

In a small Cornish coastal town, a fisherman and his daughter struggle to keep their business and their relationship afloat. 

 

WEEKEND FESTIVAL PASS £25
(includes all events Fri 24-Sun 26 April, except BAIT Sat 25 April £8/£6)

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