Dir. Michael Chanan, UK, 2013) 116 mins + Q&A with the director
This event is part of World Documentary Film & TV Conference (Falmouth University, 4-6 September 2014 http://worlddocumentary.org/)
Interrupted Memory (Memoria interrumpida) is a documentary about memory and politics in Argentina and Chile.
Nick Fraser was born in London in 1948 and educated at Oxford. He has worked as a journalist, independent television producer and a programme editor. Currently he is editor of Storyville, the BBC’s long-running and successful series of international documentaries.
Dir: Tatal Derki, Syria/Germany, 2013) 90 mins
This event is part of World Documentary Film & TV Conference (Falmouth University, 4-6 September 2014 http://worlddocumentary.org/) in partnership with Cornwall Film Festival.
Remi Harris is an exciting young guitarist and composer, he is widely regarded as one of the UK’s Top Gypsy Jazz Guitarists and has toured the UK, Australia and France as well as performing at Buckingham Palace and Live on BBC Radio 2.
Dir: Erik Poppe – Norway/Ireland/Sweden – 117mins (15) S/T
War photographer Rebecca, played by Juliette Binoche, is extremely driven and known for her willingness to tackle risky subjects. While photographing suicide bombers, she is badly hurt in an explosion.
Paul is a woodturner on The Register of Professional Woodturners and a member of the Made in Cornwall scheme. Working with mostly locally sourced native timbers to create one off pieces.
The artists and crafts people featured in this exhibition are based in the Cowhouse Gallery, Perrannuthnoe, near Penzance.
Fine Art: Wendy Powell, Pauline Coles, Pat Rundle, Elaine Woolley
Photography: Paul Young
Leatherwork: Glynn Abrahams
Carpentry: Dave Woolley
Knitted toys: Sheena
Woodturning: Dave Jones
Thom Gorst’s work brings an abstract vitality to maritime surfaces.
Through the medium of acrylic on canvas, Thom’s careful use of colour and texture draws on a maritime palette of funnels, decks and hulls, which is then overlaid with marks of corrosion, degradation, abrasion, overpainting and abandonment.
BFI Sci-Fi - Days of Fear and Wonder
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