WELCOME TO THE THIRD TRANSITION TOWN TOTNES FILM FESTIVAL
After two successful festivals, the third has been scheduled for 10th-12th March 2017.
There will be 33 sessions of inspiring, solution-based films, including: War Dance, How To Let Go of the World, What Are We Waiting For, Demain, This Is My Land, Tall as a Baobab Tree, Wetheuncivilised, Angel Azul, Becoming Indigenous. Together with Special live performance – Sat, March 11: Conversations With The Wind – Poet Alice Oswald and musician Andy Sheppard – an extraordinary encounter between two world-class artists and a contemporary silent film.
The festival will be based in and around Totnes Civic Hall, but will also have new venues, including one night at The Barn Cinema at Dartington and the Vintage Mobile Cinema. Please join the contact list to keep in touch with the new programme. Or see the Facebook page.
Saturday 11/3/17 @19:00
An extraordinary encounter between two world class artists, poet Alice Oswald and saxophonist Andy Sheppard, in dialogue with a stunning contemporary silent film created by Geoff Dunlop…
Demain (Tomorrow) Day 24/01/17 @ Time: 19:30. This is a fundraiser for the Film Festival Transition Network is delighted to announce that it will be co-ordinating the community-led distribution of the French film ‘Tomorrow’ (known as ‘Demain’ in France). Tomorrow has...
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New Venues for the 2017 Film Festival 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...