The fascinating Bill Douglas Cinema Museum, one of the UK’s biggest cinema research collections, is in Exeter and this past weekend it hosted the Puny Gods Cinema event. This was a kind of mini festival, a one dayer with two film rooms, discussions, screenings (of course) and film maker talks. And cake.
We screened Taking Over the king’s Land to an appreciative audience, and saw some great films, including a stylish feature shot for only £1500 (their estimate).
June 7 is the opening of the Sheffield DocFest and Taking Over the King’s Land will be there! It will screen in the festival Videotheque where it will be available to all delegates. After the festival it will remain available online to delegates for 90 days., So if you’re going to Sheffield please check it out!
I will be tweeting and blogging about the festival so do stay tuned in 😉