Vintage mobile cinema heads for Totnes

PUBLISHED: 15:29 14 February 2017 | UPDATED: 15:35 14 February 2017

The distinctive vintage mobile cinema

The distinctive vintage mobile cinema

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Thought provoking films and documentaries will form the backbone of the third Transition Film Festival in Totnes.

Inside the vintage mobile cinemaInside the vintage mobile cinema

Unleashing the Imagination is the title of the third Transition Film Festival which comes to Totnes in March.

The festival will take place from Thursday 9 to Sunday 12 March across four Totnes locations: the Civic Hall, the Dartington Barn Cinema, the Vintage Mobile Cinema and Birdwood House.

The vision for the Film Festival will be to engage people of all ages from both the local and the wider community. It is a platform to empower and inspire people to make informed decisions about the future.

Inside the vintage mobile cinemaInside the vintage mobile cinema

The key aim of the Festival is highlight new ways of tackling old issues. Thought provoking films and documentaries will form the backbone of the Festival.

Other events include breakfast with film-makers, film-making workshops and discussions with leading experts in their field.

Two new features are included this year. Young film makers from KEVICC’s in Totnes, Plymouth College of Art and The Green School based in Malaga, Spain, have created short films for the Festival. Their work will be premiered on Sunday 12 March.

The vintage mobile cinemaThe vintage mobile cinema

Additionally, the last of its kind the Vintage Mobile Cinema has been hired to provide audiences with unique viewing experiences.

A not to be missed event will take place on the evening of Saturday 11 March. Conversations with The Wind is an extraordinary encounter between two world class artists, poet Alice Oswald and saxophonist Andy Sheppard.

They will perform improvised work in dialogue with a stunning contemporary silent film created by Geoff Dunlop.

For further information and/or to purchase tickets, visit: www.transitionfilmfestival.org.uk

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