About

The Tre Project

Tre – a Cornish word for ‘Home/Homestead’.

Using archive film as its inspiration and ‘home’ as its theme, the Tre Project collects old cine footage, creates digital content and produces a programme of new films to screen in community venues across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.

We will be making films with communities from all over Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly; stories of old and new Kernow.

Events

We will be coming to village events across the area with archive film material, which will stimulate interest, debate and signpost to where those stories are which need to be re-discovered and captured for future generations.

Inform and invite us to local events where we can do film presentations

We want our Cornish community to get involved:

–       Follow our story via https://thetreproject.wordpress.com where you can subscribe to receive notifications of new posts

–       Share old films about Cornwall and Isles of Scilly with us

–       If you don’t have any footage but do have a unique story of Cornwall to share we can try to find existing footage from archive sources so community films can be made.

The Tre Project is devised and produced by awen productions.

For Further information contact

Barbara Santi

barbara@awen.org.uk

www.awen.org.uk

www.barbarasanti.co.uk

awen is a media production social enterprise based in West Cornwall

awen productions community interest company

inspiring media for social change

www.awen.org.uk

The Tre Project is supported by

with additional support from

The Pilot Project of The Tre Project was supported by

www.cornwallculture.co.uk/feast

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