Expect an afternoon of cinema and surprises, where participants of all ages can experience and enjoy film-making, film screenings and of course the amazing environments explored during a walk around Devonport. The walk will commence at 12noon at Devil’s Point Artillery Tower Café and will conclude at the Devonport Welcome Hall at 5pm, taking in The Royal William Yard, Cremyll, Mount Wise and, of course, Devonport itself.
Footage captured, as well as archive material, will be incorporated into the brand new Imperfect Cinema Film which will be premiered at the Welcome Hall at 8pm. Inspired by the films made by Claude Endicott, a local butcher who captured the City of Plymouth’s changing streets over the decades, the film has been specially made for the It’s All About the River film festival. The film will also be screened alongside a cinema classic, Jim Jarmusch’s Dead Man, with live score by the Imperfect Cinema Orchestra.
In partnership with the city-wide exhibition ‘Walk On’, Imperfect Cinema and South West Film and Television Archive.
Bus routes available: 14/21/21A/34
Parking: there is limited parking available locally. We encourage travel by public transport wherever possible.