Film

  • Wed
    06
    Nov
    2019
    7:00 pmSt Austell Arts Centre, PL25 5HJ

    Hireth

    Date: Wednesday, 6th November 2019
    Time: 7.00pm

    Tickets: £5.00 / Concessions : £4.00

    "Hireth"
    (Cornish word meaning 'longing for home' )

    A Film of the Theatre Show and the Making of a Documentary 

    1914. West Cornwall. Harry Elton is starting a new life below the ground mining for tin.

    Across the channel, a great war rages.

    When the British Army arrive with an unexpected offer, Harry and his friends swap the dirty, dark and dangerous tunnels of Geevor for the deadly underground warzone beneath the Western front.

    ‘You battle everyday with nature. You fight to drag minerals from the ground. You’re already fighters. You’re already warriors. Its time for you to lend those skills to the war effort’.

    This epic production tells the untold story of Cornwall’s forgotten war heroes and the unique impact they had on the First World War.

    Featuring a cast of professional actors and a community chorus, 'Hireth' marked the centenary of the end of World War 1 in the Grade-II listed St Just Miners’ Chapel in November 2019.

    Cornwall World Heritage Site is delighted to support the showing of the Hireth film in communities in Cornwall and West Devon.

     

  • Fri
    06
    Mar
    2020
    7:30 pmSt Austell Arts Theatre, PL25 5HJ

    Film : 'Bait' (Cert.15)Director: Mark Jenkin.
    Stars: Ed Rowe, Mary Woodvine, Giles King & Simon Shepherd.

    Film critic, Mark Kermode writes: “My favourite film of 2019 was Bait, the breakthrough feature from Cornish film-maker Mark Jenkin.  An authentic portrait of tensions between locals and tourists in a once-thriving fishing village, it was shot with clockwork cameras on grainy 16mm stock, which Jenkin hand-processed in his studio in Newlyn.” 

    Modern-day Cornish fisherman Martin (Ed Rowe) is struggling to buy a boat while coping with family rivalry and the influx of London money, Airbnb and stag parties to his harbour village.
    The summer season brings simmering tensions between the locals and newcomers to boiling point, with tragic consequences.

    Stunningly shot on a vintage 16mm camera using monochrome Kodak stock, Mark Jenkin’s BAIT is a timely and funny, yet poignant new film that gets to the heart of a community facing unwelcome change.

    ★★★★★‘One of the defining British films of the decade’ The Guardian
    ★★★★'One of the most extraordinary movie experiences of the year' The Times
    ★★★★‘A startling message in a bottle’ Evening Standard
    ★★★★'A small marvel' Financial Times
    ★★★★★'A timeless work of art' Empire
    ★★★★'A cult classic in the making' Time Out
    ‘A masterpiece’ The Daily Telegraph
    'The Best British drama of the year so far'  The Daily Mirror

    2019, UK.
    89 minutes.
    Tickets are non-refundable. Reserved Seats. Advance Booking is strongly recommended to avoid disappointment.

    Click Here to Book Your Tickets In Advance Now : Standard : £5.00
    (No Concessions)
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    Or Buy Tickets at Tourist Offices in St Austell, Bodmin, Liskeard, Truro, St Mawes, Launceston, Penzance, St Ives.

  • Sun
    08
    Mar
    2020
    7:30 pmSt Austell Arts Theatre, PL25 5HJ

    Film : 'Bait' (Cert.15)Director: Mark Jenkin.
    Stars: Ed Rowe, Mary Woodvine, Giles King & Simon Shepherd.

    Film critic, Mark Kermode writes: “My favourite film of 2019 was Bait, the breakthrough feature from Cornish film-maker Mark Jenkin.  An authentic portrait of tensions between locals and tourists in a once-thriving fishing village, it was shot with clockwork cameras on grainy 16mm stock, which Jenkin hand-processed in his studio in Newlyn.” 

    Modern-day Cornish fisherman Martin (Ed Rowe) is struggling to buy a boat while coping with family rivalry and the influx of London money, Airbnb and stag parties to his harbour village.
    The summer season brings simmering tensions between the locals and newcomers to boiling point, with tragic consequences.

    Stunningly shot on a vintage 16mm camera using monochrome Kodak stock, Mark Jenkin’s BAIT is a timely and funny, yet poignant new film that gets to the heart of a community facing unwelcome change.

    ★★★★★‘One of the defining British films of the decade’ The Guardian
    ★★★★'One of the most extraordinary movie experiences of the year' The Times
    ★★★★‘A startling message in a bottle’ Evening Standard
    ★★★★'A small marvel' Financial Times
    ★★★★★'A timeless work of art' Empire
    ★★★★'A cult classic in the making' Time Out
    ‘A masterpiece’ The Daily Telegraph
    'The Best British drama of the year so far'  The Daily Mirror

    2019, UK.
    89 minutes.
    Tickets are non-refundable. Reserved Seats. Advance Booking is strongly recommended to avoid disappointment.
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  • Sun
    21
    Nov
    2021
    7:30 pmSt Austell Arts Theatre

    Claire Peate : 'Clarice Cliff'The Colour Room :
    Clarice Cliff’s bizarre life, and how it came to the big screen

    The Colour Room is Sky Cinema’s latest release, due to be streamed and in cinemas this autumn.
    Join Claire Peate, the film's award-winning screenwriter, as she explores and reveals the incredible rags to riches story of Clarice Cliff, a lowly factory worker from The Potteries, who dared to not accept her station in life, and went on to became an Art Deco pioneer.

    The Colour Room stars Matthew Goode (The Crown, Downton Abbey, The Imitation Game), David MorriseyKerry FoxAdrian RawlingsBill Paterson and Phoebe Dynevor, who played Daphne Bridgerton in Netflix's 2020 worldwide hit Bridgerton, as Clarice Cliff.The Colour Room is directed by Claire McCarthy (The Luminaries, Ophelia).

    The film follows the journey of a determined, working class woman, Clarice Cliff, as she breaks the glass ceiling and revolutionises the workplace in the 20th century.

    Clarice Cliff (Dynevor) is a vivacious young factory worker in the industrial British midlands of the 1920s. Bursting at the seams with ideas for colours and shapes, Clarice takes more and more dangerous risks - but she manages to stay one step ahead of the workhouse and impress the eccentric factory owner Colley Shorter (Goode) on the way with her talent and innovation.

    Claire Peate is a novelist and BAFTA Rocliffe winning scriptwriter. Originally from the Midlands, she’s excited to be relocating to Cornwall next year.
    Claire will be interviewed by former BBC Radio Cornwall Presenter & Producer and writer Tim Hubbard.

    In this fascinating talk, you’ll hear about Clarice’s struggles and scandals, and how the film came to be made in the middle of a pandemic.

    There’s even a chance to discover what Clarice Cliff smelt like!

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    ( £10.00 On The Door )
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