TATE FILM Club runs every 6 – 8 weeks we will host a number of art films curated by Wadebridge Tate Look Group and TATE St Ives. Screenings in The Paddock Room, Hawksfield (A39) are a very informal get-together where you can come and meet others for a drink , we welcome everyone to join us and enjoy the chance to watch an interesting film.

 

Are you interested in talking about Art? Would you like to meet up with a like minded group and share your ideas?

TATE Look Groups are free to join and a fun informal way to meet new people and talk art, artists and ideas. You don’t need any knowledge about art to get involved and you can enjoy regular visits to exhibitions at Tate St Ives as well as special events, offers and activities.

 

Wadebridge local Look Group meets in the Circle Contemporary once a month. To join please register your interest and join the group please email lucy@circlecontemporary.co.uk

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25th MARCH 2017, 14:00 – 16:00

MARK JENKIN

Join us for an exceptionally exciting TATE Film Club presenting works by Mark Jenkin.
This session, we will be showing films by artist Mark Jenkin.
We’ll be showing some of his international award-winning films, including:

Dear Marianne (6mins)
The Essential Cornishman (6mins)
The Road to Zennor (2 mins)
Enough to Fill Up an Eggcup (35 mins)
An Air that Kills (9 mins)

Mark Jenkin is a British filmmaker, film editor and screenwriter based in Cornwall. Mark Jenkin first came to notice when he won the Frank Copplestone First Time Director Award at The Celtic Film & Television Festival in 2002 for his debut film Golden Burn. He followed this success with numerous award-winning documentaries, shorts and low-budget feature films including The Man Who Needed a Traffic Light, The Rabbit and The Lobsterman, a documentary on the life of Cornish playwright Nick Darke, all made under his production company, O-Region based in Truro, Cornwall. His most ambitious feature film The Midnight Drives was described by Derek Malcolm, film critic for The Evening Standard as “A moving film about paren.

Free and open to all.

RSVP essential info@circlecontemporary.co.uk

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14TH JANUARY 2017, 14:00 – 16:00

 

Join us for TATE Film Club curated by Wadebridge Look Group and Circle Contemporary Gallery.

This month, there’s a unique opportunity to see recent works by contemporary artists Naomi Frears and Melanie Stidolph, who are both working with moving image and are based in Cornwall.

 

Free and open to all.

RSVP essential info@circlecontemporary.co.uk

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12th NOVEMBER 2016, 16:00 – 20:00.

ANTON VIDOKLE

Join us for an exceptionally exciting Film Club at Circle Contemporary Gallery. Curated by Wadebridge Look Group, the season kicks off with a double bill of films by Anton Vidokle, ‘This is Cosmos’ & ‘The Communist Revolution Was Caused By The Sun’, introduced by special guest Cameron Foote, Assistant Curator at The Whitechapel.

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Refreshments and light bites will be served after the screening in Circle Contemporary Gallery with an exclusive look at new works by Resident Artist John O’Carroll.

 

Free and open to all.

RSVP essential info@circlecontemporary.co.uk