Date: Sunday 11th November 2018
'Cornish Tommies' and 'Lawrence Of Arabia'
Cornish Tommies: A new short documentary commissioned by C Fylm accompanies a season of First World War films across Cornwall this autumn - Tonight -'Lawrence Of Arabia' - on the site of the Truro School War Memorial and also one of the locations of the Cornish Tommies film shoot, we present this classic movie on the full screen.
( There will be a 10-minute interval in the main feature. )
To celebrate the Centenary of Armistice Day, C Fylm has commissioned a young student team and school and college children to get involved in telling and learning about Cornwall’s First World War stories by producing a short documentary film. The Cornish Tommies project will enable local people throughout Cornwall to come together to preserve the memories and heritage of Cornish families who lived through the First World War.
Cornish Tommies tells the true story of a young Cornish miner called Henry Jennings who was called up to serve in the trenches in the last year of the First World War. With help from archivists at Bodmin Regimental Museum, the Imperial War Museum film archive, and curators at St Agnes Museum and the Cornish Methodist Historical Association, the team have unearthed previously unrecorded local stories.
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C Fylm is a network of Community Film Clubs which is run by a partnership of the British Film Institute and Carn to Cove.
C Fylm supports community venues to screen a season of films for their local audience. It offers people across Cornwall the chance to watch great films in their local community, in the company of family and friends at an affordable price.
Becoming a Member of C Fylm will give you access to the screenings in all of the active film clubs.
If you are passionate about cinema and want to set up a film club in your community, all you need is space to screen the films, energetic volunteer support (friends and family will do), some bright ideas for programming and bringing in audiences. C Fylm will be at your side at every step.
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