Archive films on Tour

Cornish based awen productions cic will be turning back time once again with their Tre Project – Rediscovering Cornwall and Isles of Scilly through Archive Film where rare archive films will be given a contemporary twist at venues across Cornwall.

Helston Market 1930’s (© SWFTA)

Archive will be coming to…

Friday 3rd Feb Liskerrett Centre, Liskeard

Friday 16th March Nancegollan Village Hall

Saturday 17th March Helland Village Hall

Saturday 31st March Golant Village Hall

Saturday 14th April Praa Sands Community Centre

South Crofty 1930’s (© SWFTA)

Further info:

Friday 3rd February 2012 | Liskerrett Centre, Liskeard

http://www.liskerrett.co.uk/

Tel: 01579 340 307

  • Specially selected Liskeard and surrounding areas material including; John Doyle’s Liskeard To Looe Branch Line (1975), Liskeard market, Minions & Bodmin Moor.
  • Rare 1900’s GWR Promotion film “Scenes in the Cornish Riviera”
  • 1930’s footage of Saltash, Torpoint, Gunnislake, Launceston, Calstock, Truro & surrounding areas.
  • 1930s / 40’s Cornish archive featuring farming, fishing, mining, Cornish trades & industries.
  • New locally made films using archive.
  • Special feature from BFI ‘Oss Oss Wee Oss’ (1953 Alan Lomax) on Padstow’s May Day Obby Oss Festival plus Q&A with members of the Old Oss Party.

Adult £5 | Concessions £4.50 | Members £3

Screening starts 7.30pm. Suitable for all ages.

2 hour programme.  Interval with refreshments.

Friday 16th March 2012 | Nancegollan Village Hall

T: 01209 832 950

  • Cornish archive films including specially selected material of the surrounding area; Wendron, Helston Flora Day & Helston Fair (1930’s), Porthleven.
  • Rare 1900’s GWR Promotion film “Scenes in the Cornish Riviera” including The Lizard.
  • 1930s / 40’s Cornish archive featuring farming, fishing, mining, Cornish trades & industries.
  • New locally made films using archive.

Adult £5 | Child £4

Screening starts 7.00pm. Suitable for all ages.

2 hour programme.  Interval with refreshments.

Saturday 17th March 2012 | Helland Village Hall

T: 01208 72603

  • Cornish archive films including specially selected material of Bodmin and the surrounding areas.
  • Rare 1900’s GWR Promotion film “Scenes in the Cornish Riviera”
  • 1930s / 40’s Cornish archive featuring farming, fishing, mining, Cornish trades & industries.
  • New locally made films using archive.

Tickets £3

Screening starts 7.30pm. Suitable for all ages.

2 hour programme.  Interval with refreshments.

Saturday 31st March 2012 | Golant Village Hall

T: 01726 816 454

  • Cornish archive films including specially selected material of Golant and the surrounding areas.
  • Rare 1900’s GWR Promotion film “Scenes in the Cornish Riviera” (including scenes from Plymouth, Saltash, Newquay, Falmouth, The Manacles, The Lizard, Penzance, Lands End, St. Ives).
  • 1930s / 40’s Cornish archive featuring farming (harvest, haymaking, ‘Croust’, ‘Crying the neck’), fishing, mining, Cornish trades & industries.
  • New locally made films using archive.

Adult £6 | Concessions £4 | Child £4 | Family £16

Screening starts 7.30pm. Suitable for all ages.

2 hour programme.  Interval with refreshments.

Saturday 14th April 2012 | Praa Sands Community Centre

T: 01736 763 339

  • Cornish archive films including specially selected material of Praa Sands and surrounding areas (Penzance & the West, Porthleven, Helston).
  • Rare 1900’s GWR Promotion film “Scenes in the Cornish Riviera”
  • 1930s / 40’s Cornish archive featuring farming, mining, Cornish trades & industries.
  • New locally made films using archive.

Adult £6 | Concessions £4 | Child £4

Screening starts 8.00pm. Suitable for all ages.

2 hour programme.  Interval with refreshments.

More venues are regularly being added for the Spring and there will also be a Summer / Autumn season so keep checking our website for up to date information of the films and where they will be screened.  We’re also always interested to bring the show to community groups and rural village halls so feel free to get in touch to find out how we can bring archive film to your community!

Fisherman from Newlyn 1930’s (© SWFTA)

Screenings have been made possible with funding from Feast and Heritage Lottery Fund as well as support from Carn to Cove and South West Film & TV Archive.

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