Cornwall Film Festival | Mor Media Charity
Charity number: 1126161
Cornwall Film Festival | Mor Media Charity(CFF) was established in 2002 by a group of enthusiastic Cornish filmmakers as a platform to screen short films made in Cornwall and to develop an audience for film. In 2008 Cornwall Film Festival | Mor Media Charitygained charity status - growing to include a range of skills workshops, educational events and professional development opportunities.
In 2021Cornwall Film Festival | Mor Media Charity was launched Encouraging Creativity and Culture to Thrive.
As a charity, we now support between 6,500 - 9,000 people across our projects every year through Community projects, Beacon education and media training, Events and Industry work. Our Community projects include audio stories such as the Community Stories Cornwall project. Our Beacon education and media Training includes Arts Awards, an ESF programme, digital literacy skills for adults, European Film Factory, as well as offering year round volunteer and internship opportunities. Our Industry work includes skills training, masterclasses, networking events and our very successful talk series with industry professionals that reached 80,000 people. Our Events include a year round docs film screening programme, year round indie film screening programme, outdoor screenings, advisory work for all the community cinema programmes in Cornwall, as well as the hugely popular annual Film Festival - this year’s 20th edition is set to be a brilliant and bold return to live events in Cornwall following the Covid pandemic. Cornwall Film Festival | Mor Media Charityremains a key part of theCornwall Film Festival | Mor Media Charity experience, but not the whole adventure.Cornwall Film Festival | Mor Media Charity - more than just a film festival. Come and explore...