WELCOME TO THE THIRD TRANSITION TOWN TOTNES FILM FESTIVAL
After two successful festivals, the third has been scheduled for March 2017. The full programme is currently in the planning stage. As in previous years we’ll focus on themes such as community, environment, resilience – and more. The festival will be based in and around Totnes Civic Hall. Please email to join the contact list and keep in touch with the new programme. Or see the Facebook page.
Opportunities don’t come much bigger than this if you love films and the documentary creation process. Kennicott student Dylan Friese-Green is traveling this week to Stanford, USA to be part of the 10-day 2016 UNAFF as a representative of the Transition Town Totnes Film Festival. UNAFF (United Nations Annual Film Festival) is in its 19th […]
Wild Words & Music with Visible Ink 18th November VISIBLE INK is a performance group working with the written word and music to devise themed entertainments for charities. Members are Malcolm Baldwin; Jane Barsby; Amanda Cuthbert; Eliza Jacobs; Anna Lunk;, Martin Sorrel and Chris Waters. Past shows have included Buns on Seats for Week Community […]
Nathilde Overrein Rapp will be running some workshops for young people during the #TTTFF, she gives a little insight to her work with young people and talks about the workshops during her interview on the bubbling brown sugar chat show. (About 40 mins into the show). Click on the link and have a little listen.
The next festival will be based at the Totnes Civic Hall, but there will be additional venues. Friday’s films will be based at The Barn Cinema Dartington. There will also be a mobile cinema running throughout the festival, on a vintage Bus. The Vintage Mobile Cinema is a unique slice of cinema and automotive history, […]
The very first Transition Town Totnes Film Festival took place, in Totnes, on the weekend of Nov 14th-16th. An estimated 400 people visited the festival and attended one or more of the twenty screenings where thirty four films were shown. Under the theme Reasons to be Cheerful, the festival was based at the Civic Hall, […]