Sat, 23 Nov


Woodbury Village Hall

Locally-made short film, to be shown throughout the exhibition

"William Keble Martin and Woodbury: a Changing Landscape" - a locally-made short film featuring Woodbury residents' memories and reflections, to be shown before the main film at Friday Flix. Made by Jemma Cholawo, narrated by Andy Price.

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Locally-made short film, to be shown throughout the exhibition

Time & Location

23 Nov 2019, 10:30

Woodbury Village Hall, Flower St, Woodbury, Exeter EX5 1LX, UK

About the Event

"William Keble Martin and Woodbury: A Changing Landscape"

This short documentary is inspired by local residents' memories of the Rev. Keble Martin, who lived in the parish of Woodbury over 50 years ago.  The film explores the changes in our local landscape since that time, reflects as a community on how our actions affect the landscape, and discusses positive ways to celebrate and maintain this beautiful part of East Devon.

The documentary will be shown at intervals throughout the exhibition "Changing Times, Changing Landscapes - Celebrating all things Wild in Woodbury,"

Jemma Cholawo is a local film-maker and photographer, specialising in projects for creative businesses in Devon and beyond.  She makes visually interesting and carefully composed short films and photographs for websites, social media, promotions, campaigns, events, projects and performances.

Narrated by Andy Price.

The production costs of this film have been supported by the East Devon AONB Sustainability Fund.

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