Monday, 17 September 2012

Chagford Film Festival Mon-Sat 24-29 September Twenty fabulous film events in five days!

(Monday - Saturday 24 - 29 September)

Louise Brooks
The Lost Girl
This festival will involve many exciting extras including an evening of vintage Pathé news reels with accompanying talk, a museum of movie memorabilia and a mobile movie bus.

But movies in Chagford can only mean one thing - live harp accompaniment by Elizabeth-Jane Baldry. On Wednesday 26th Elizabeth-Jane will accompany Georg Pabst's 1929 film 'Tagebuch einer Verlorenen' (Diary of a Lost Girl) at Jubilee Hall in Chagford. Tragic beauty on screen, matched by the beautiful sound of Oberon the concert harp.

There will be outdoor film too. Extracts from Chagfrod Filmmaking Group's forthcoming film 'The Ballad of Mary Whyddon' will be projected onto Mary's former home (now the Three Crowns) and St Michael's Church on the evenings of 27 and 28 September.

On Wednesday 26th there will also be another chance to see this year's Fairy Film, 'The Laidley Worm of Spindleston Heugh' with accompaniment conducted by Elizabeth-Jane and featuring Emma Graham playing Oberon.

Elizabeth-Jane Baldry
Chagford Film Festival
(with film memorabilia exhibition:
St Michael's Church, Chagford)
Monday 24 - Saturday 29 September
 The Globe, Chagford
Monday 24 September 7.15 for 8pm
(black tie, cocktails, live music - Globe Singers
& London Cabaret Singer, Michael Campari)
THE ARTIST (Michel Hazanavicius 2011)
Tickets: £12
2. St Michael's Church, Chagford
Tuesday 25 September 8pm
Jesus Christ Superstar
(Norman Jewison 1973)
Tickets: £6
3. The Globe, Chagford
Tuesday 25 September 8pm
37 Uses for a Dead Sheep
(Ben Hopkins 2006)
Tickets: £5
4. depart Chagford Square
Wednesday 26 September 10am-5pm
1960s movie bus
trips on the Vintage Movie Bus
(the last remaining of 7 1960s units)
work by new filmmakers - in HD
Tickets: by donation to 'Shelterbox'
and 'On the Edge' (22 people per trip)
5. Chagford Square
Wednesday 26 September 11am-5pm
Café in the Square
tea and cakes - at the movie bus terminus
6. The Globe, Chagford
Maxine Fone
star of 'Laidley Worm'
Wednesday 26 September 11am-1pm
Puppet Making Workshop
Wendy Froud (née Midener)
Creator of 'Yoda' - Star Wars!
Tickets: £20
7. Endicott House, Chagford
Wednesday 26 September 2pm
My Fair Lady (George Cukor 1962)
Tickets: £4
8. Jubilee Hall, Chagford
Wednesday 26 September 6pm
Director: Elizabeth-Jane Baldry
Maxine in action
Admission: FREE
(collection: Chagford Filmmaking Group)
9. Jubilee Hall, Chagford
Wednesday 26 September 8pm
(Diary of a Lost Girl, G W Pabst 1929)
Live Harp Accompaniment!
Elizabeth-Jane Baldry
Tickets: £10
10. The Globe, Chagford
Wednesday 26 September 8pm
Romeo & Juliet (Franco Zeffirelli 1968)
Louise Brooks
Diary of a Lost Girl
Tickets: £6
11. The Globe, Chagford
Thursday 27 September 11am-3pm
"Making a Film from
Start to Finish"
workshop with Stephen Saunders
Admission: FREE (donations)
12. projected onto the Three Crowns
and St Michael's Church
Thursday 27 September 7.30-9.30pm
continuous showing of 8min preview
of this year's CFG production
no charge
Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce
Hound of the Baskervilles
13. The Globe, Chagford
Thursday 27 September 6pm
The Hound of the Baskervilles
(Sidney Lanfield 1939)
Tickets: £5
14. The Globe, Chagford
Thursday 27 September 8pm
(Johannes Roberts 2012)
Tickets: £5
includes Q&A with - Johannes Roberts!!
15. The Globe, Chagford
Thursday 27 September 11pm
The Woman in Black
(James Watkins 2012)
Janet McTeer & Daniel Radcliffe
The Woman in Black
Tickets: £5
16. The Globe, Chagford
Friday 28 September 11am-1pm
James Bond Film Workshop
Norman Wanstall, dubbing editor
Paul Inglis, Art Director
Ron Saunders, film producer &
Stephen Saunders, film electrician
Tickets: by donation to 'Shelterbox'
and 'On the Edge'
17. The Globe, Chagford
Friday 28 September time TBC
Presentation of Pathé News Reels
Ron Saunders, Film Producer
(Ron's Pathé 'Viewspaces')
Tickets: TBC
18. Endecott House, Chagford
Friday 28 September 7.15pm
MAMMA MIA! (Phyllida Lloyd 2008)
drinks at the bar!
Tickets: £12
19. Endecott House, Chagford
Saturday 29 September 7.15pm
Dr No  (Terence Young 1962)
Tickets: £10
(include casino and live music
in The Globe after the film)
20. The Globe, Chagford
Saturday 29 September 7.30pm
Goldfinger (Guy Hamilton 1964)
limousine ride, sparkling wine, casino,
Awards ceremony in The Globe,
Q&A with Norman Wanstall - dubbing
editor on Dr No & Goldfinger,
Ron Saunders -  film producer &
Stephen Saunders - film electrician)
Tickets: £15

Box Office: Sally's Newsagents, Chagford
The Globe Chagford: 01647 433485

Find out more - Chagford Film Festival website

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