Quay Road, Devoran, Truro, TR3 6PW.

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

Club Info

Contact For tickets call 01726 879500 0r online at www.carntocove.co.uk/events     For more information call 01209 312500

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!

For tickets call 01726 879500 0r online at www.carntocove.co.uk/events     For more information call 01209 312500

Saturday 28th February   Dior & I   Devoran Village Hall  C-Fylm  documentary about the Fashion world Devoran’s response to London Fashion Week.  Doors open 7.45pm

  The film celebrated as one of the best inside looks at the world of fashion follows Raf Simons as he arrives as the new creative director of the famous couture house.  Simons’ inaugural haute couture collection is gorgeous, but the focus here isn’t on selling clothes that only the super-rich can afford. The film is about Simons himself, an affable Belgian who befuddles the staff by asking to be called Raf, and his relationship with the Dior studio where the clothes are sewn by hand, down to the last bead.  The heart of “Dior and I” is with these seamstresses and cutters, artists in their own right. It’s deeply touching when one of them watches from behind a curtain as a model parades in a dress and says, “I’m going to cry, it’s so beautiful.”

Audience are invited to bring (or wear) their favourite piece of fashion wear and a Q&A will follow the show with local Fashion experts (t.b.c.)  on hand to admire and discuss why we  follow  and who sets those fashion trends.

While refreshments will be available in the hall you can book a “Special Deal” fish and chip supper for 2 – Old Quay Inn Meal “C- Fylm” Deal from 1800 Pre- Book Special Fish & Chip Supper  2 for £17  on  01872  863142