Sunday, 9 September 2012

Footage and films

Our patron Robert Fripp sent us this link, containing excerpts from his benefits for us with Theo Travis at All Saints Church, Falmouth and St Peter's, Newlyn. Fond memories and thanks again to them both for their generous gift of time and talents for us.


http://blip.tv/dgmlive-tv/travis-fripp-follow-6335735?fb_comment_id=fbc_237237799731980_895510_237268256395601&comment_id=895510

Film showing of short film created from Godolphin by Zoe, Eddie and Barbara within the exciting TRE PROJECT, showing at St Ives Festival on 15th September, info here

http://thetreproject.wordpress.com/2012/09/07/autumn-tour-2012-2/


The first show in September during the St. Ives September Festival will launch awen productions cic’s new exciting venture ‘Walkabout : St. Ives’ a heritage trail on your phone! Find out more how this location-based app uses a mixture of archive film, art, photography and storytelling to explore St. Ives’ rich social history and cultural heritage.
Footage is as early as 1904 and the tailor made programme includes new short films ‘Ghosts of Godolphin’ made with Shallal Dance Theatre and ‘Pen sans’ by Barbara Santi.
The shows are made possible with support from Heritage Lottery Fund, Feast, South West Film & TV Archive, St. Ives September Festival and Carn to Cove.
Saturday, 15th September, St. Ives September Festival, Studio 10 Porthmeor Studios. 5.30pm – 7.30pm | Donations | Further info download ‘St. Ives Arts & Literature’ brochure http://www.stivesseptemberfestival.co.uk/
Friday 21st September, Lamorna Village Hall (Carn to Cove) | 7.30pm | Prices : £6 / £4 Child | Contact Rae Hood T: 01736 731 969
Saturday 29th September, Carleen Village Hall | 7.30pm | Prices incl. Tea/Coffee : Adult  £6.00 / Concessions £5.00 / Children £4.00 / Family (2A+2c) £17.00. Contact Carole 01736 762 220 or Tony 01736 762633
2 hour programme. Suitable for all ages.  Refreshments available.

and one more; Philip who used to run the highly successful MAP project has sent link to his latest project, Luke and I watched a Buster Keaton clip and Luke ( aged 4) chuckled through it 
 http://seatofthepantsorchestra.co.uk/

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