There are two great film events coming up as part of a new exhibition at Hauser & Wirth Somerset : (Bruton)
The Levelling – Saturday 27 January – 4-6pm – A drama about the Somerset floods, with a showcase of short films from the Harvest Film Festival screened before the main feature. Mark Kermode gave The Levelling five stars and called it “A tremendous debut” for writer/director Hope Dickson Leach.
Buy tickets here : http://wherewestbegins.org.uk/event/1108/
Watership Down – Saturday 3 February – 10-12pm – Family Saturday – Based on Richard Adams’ acclaimed novel, Martin Rosen’s animated film tells of the adventures of Hazel (voiced by John Hurt), Fiver (Richard Briers) and a group of rabbits in search of a new warren.
Following the screening, families can take part in creative activities inspired by the themes of the film, including making rabbit shadow puppets.
A free event – but mail to ensure a place (there are only 60 and it’s already popular firstname.lastname@example.org.
WhereWestBegins have other events coming up over the half term: Charlie Chaplin and circus skills at Port Regis school; Studio Ghibli’s The Red Turtle with Workshop at Bootmakers in Wincanton; The Wizard of Oz with a dance workshop from Just Dance; West Side Story with a dance workshop from Lexy Robertson).
During March there are a number of film events celebrating 100 Years of Suffrage and Women’s Leadership in the Community with Lynne Franks and the Power Of Women.
More details at www.wherewestbegins.org.uk