Quay Road, Devoran, Truro, TR3 6PW.

Devoran (C Fylm Club) “Films for our Future” documentary series

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Club Description

“C Fylm (Cornwall’s community film club)  are presenting a season of contemporary documentary films called “Films for our Future”   in Devoran Village Hall with Q& A afterwards.  The series  will run one Wednesday evening a month from September  for a topical documentary film to be screened with an expert (local if possible) to host a film discussion after the screening.  Screenings will begin at 20.00 doors open at 19.30.   To meet the license obligations (and pay the film makers)  to screen contemporary documentaries all attenders join the C Fylm Club  (membership £5) which gives free admission to the first screening  (and a range of other lovely benefits including membership of the 26 other C Fylm Clubs around Cornwall)   – thereafter £4. You are welcome to bring your own nibbles and drinks.  Teas and snacks will be served and patrons encouraged to buy to support the ongoing film series!  Tickets can be booked online at www.carntocove.org.uk/CFylm or from Tim Smithies,  Little Narabo, Old Tram Road, Devoran TR3 6NF phone 01872 863569


Wednesday September 13th      Devoran Village Hall 20.00    Doors: 19.30

The End of the Line (2006) The first in a Season of Documentary Films and discussions hosted by C Fylm

Rupert Murray’s film examines the impact that overfishing has had on the world’s oceans.  Following the film experts led by Devoran Resident Marine Biologists Prof Annette Broderick and  Prof Brendan Godley will be joined by   Sam Davies of Cornwall Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority and Rob Wing of Newly Harbour Commissioners discuss to discuss the film and Cornwall’s fishery future.

Tickets £6   (£5 to C Fylm members)

CRBO box office 01726 879500    www.carntocove.co.uk/events       Refreshments available


Wednesday 1st November     Devoran Village Hall 20.00   Doors 19.30

“Sisters in Law”  A film by Kim Longinotto and Florence Ayisi concerning Women and Children’s Rights presented by CFylm in partnership with Afrika Eye Film Festival.   Film Director Florence Ayisi will discuss the film and the issues with local women’s rights workers in Cornwall

Cameroonian West African  Supper served  price £5 per head.  Further details of other screenings during the Africa day will be published in due course

Tickets £6 (£5 to C Fylm members)    CRBO box office -1726 879500  www.carntocove.co.uk/events


Wednesday 29th November       Devoran Village Hall 20.00    Doors 19.30

“Dying Breed – One Year on 3 Cattle Farms in West Cornwall” (2017)  film maker Mick Catmull’s  love letter to a disappearing way of life.  Farmers like Ivan, Rosemary and Geoffrey struggle on ….but for how much longer.   Q& A with film maker afterwards…all interested, involved in stock farming warmly invited to take part

Tickets £6 (£5 for C Fylm Members) CRBO box office 01726 879500  www.carntocove.co.uk/events  Refreshments will be served