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Locations around Cornwall (and the Isles of Scilly) that have been used in the making of films

Cornwall has been a prime location for filming since 1899.
Cornwall's rugged rural characteristics, with minimal modernisation, have been ideal for historical films. Some of the Cornish harbours, such as Mevagissey and Charlestown, have required very little adaptation to return them to an 18th century appearance.
The following Films are in chronological order of the year they were made.
(Or the year they were released if the year of filming is not known)
(Television programs and Made for Television films are listed on a separate page)
1899
Wreck of the 'S.S. Paris'
Short silent black and white documentary film.
Filmed at the Manacle Rocks near the Lizard.

1904
Scenes in the Cornish Riviera
Black & white, silent film. Sponsored by the Great Western Railway as a promotional film for holidays in Cornwall.
Locations include the Royal Albert Bridge at Saltash, Looe, Polperro, Newquay, Truro, Falmouth, Penzance, St Michael's Mount, Lands End and St Ives.

1919
The Toilers
Silent black and white romantic drama based on the novel The Toilers of the Sea by Victor Hugo.
Directed by Tom Watts.
Starring Ronald Colman, Manora Thew, Eric Barker, George Dewhurst and Gwynne Herbert.
Filmed somewhere around the coast of Cornwall.
The film was released in March 1919 but is now presumed to be lost.

1920
Coves and Caves
Black & white, silent film. The fourth in a series of travelogue films entitled The Beauty of Britain.
Locations inclide Porth beach, Allan Valley, Trevose Head, Prideaux Place, Padstow, Wadebridge, St Teath and Boscastle.

1924
The Open Road
An early colour film by Claude Friese-Greene.
It was conceived as a series of short films, 26 episodes in all, to be shown weekly at the cinema. As a travelogue, it covered the journey from Land’s End to John O’Groats and back to London.

1925
On with the Furry Dance!
Short black & white, silent film.
Featuring the Helston Floral (or Furry) Dance

1929
Street of Abandoned Children
Silent film. Also known as The Woman He Scorned and The Way of Lost Souls.
Director: Paul Czinner.
Starring Pola Negri, Warwick Ward, Hans Rehman, Margaret Rawlings and Cameron Carr.
A Western Morning News report featured an item about filming being disrupted in Mevagissey by church-goers on a Sunday.
Made in St Ives and Mevagissey
The Manxman
A British International film.
Director: Alfred Hitchcock.
Starring: Carl Brisson, Malcolm Keen, Randle Ayrton and Anny Ondra.
Although a film about the Isle of Man, all but two scenes were filmed in Cornwall at Polperro and in parts of North Cornwall
'The Manxman' on DVD

1935
The Mystery of the Marie Celeste
Made by Hammer Films.
Director: Denison Clift.
Starring Bela Lugosi, Shirley Grey and Arthur Margetson.
Also known as Phantom Ship
Filmed at Falmouth.

1936
Windbag the Sailor
A Gainsborough Pictures film.
Director: William Beaudine.
Starring: Will Hay, Moore Marriott and Graham Moffatt.
Filmed in Falmouth.
Buy this film 'Windbag the Sailor' on DVD
The Saving of Bill Blewitt.
A film to promote the 75th anniversary of the Post Office Savings Bank. Made by the GPO (General Post Office) Film Unit.
Starring: Bill Blewitt and the villagers of Mousehole.
With music by Benjamin Britten.
Filmed in and around Mousehole.

1937
Farewell Topsails.
A Dufay Chromex Short (9 min) colour film about the Mary Barrow, the last of the topsail schooners transporting China clay from Cornwall to London.
Filmed at Charlestown.

1938
Yellow Sands
An Associated British Picture Corporation film.
Director: Herbert Brenon.
Starring: Marie Tempest, Belle Chrystall and Wilfrid Lawson
Filmed at Sennen Cove.

1939
The Thief of Baghdad
Made by London Film Productions.
Directors: Ludwig Berger, Michael Powell, Tim Whelan, Alexander Korda, Zoltan Korda and William Cameron Menzies.
Starring: John Justin, Conrad Veidt, Sabu and June Duprez.
Filmed at Gunwalloe, Kynance Cove (Lizard) and Sennen Cove (Land's End)
Buy this film 'The Thief of Bagdad' on DVD
Jamaica Inn
A Mayflower Pictures Corporation film.
Director: Alfred Hitchcock.
Starring: Maureen O'Hara, Robert Newton and Charles Laughton
External scenes filmed at Jamaica Inn, Bolventor, Bodmin Moor and other parts of Cornwall.
Buy this film 'Jamaica Inn' on DVD

1940
Rebecca
Made by Selznick International Pictures.
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Starring: Laurence Olivier, Joan Fontaine, George Sanders, Judith Anderson, Gladys Cooper, Nigel Bruce, Reginald Denny, C Aubrey Smith and Melville Cooper
Filmed on the Gribben Peninsula (east end of St Austell Bay), at Menabilly House, Fowey and at Charlestown.
Buy this film 'Rebecca' on DVD

1941
The Ghost Train
Made by Gainsborough Pictures.
Director: Walter Forde
Starring: Arthur Askey, Richard Murdoch and Kathleen Harrison.
Written by Arnold Ridley (Private Godfrey in Dad's Army), J.O.C. Orton, Marriott Edgar and Val Guest)
A comedy about a hunted railway station.
Filmed at Liskeard Station (and in Devon)
Buy this film 'The Ghost Train' on DVD

1942
Next of Kin
Made by Ealing Studios.
Director: Thorold Dickinson.
Starring: Mervyn Johns, Nova Pilbeam, John Chandos, Reginald Tate and Stephen Murray
Part filmed in Mevagissey and St Austell.
Buy this film 'Next of Kin' on VHS video
The Foreman Went to France
Made by Ealing Studios.
Director: Charles Frend.
Starring: Tommy Trinder, Constance Cummings, Clifford Evans, Robert Morley and Gordon Jackson
Part filmed in Cornwall (exact locations not known).
Buy this film 'The Foreman Went to France' (with 'Fiddlers Three') on DVD

1944
Love Story
Also known as A Lady Surrenders.
Made by Gainsborough Pictures.
Director: Leslie Arliss.
Starring Margaret Lockwood, Stewart Grainger & Patricia Roc.
Part filmed at the Minack Theatre, Porthcurno.
Buy the 1944 film 'Love Story' on VHS video
Buy 'Love Story' as one of the six films on the Margaret Lockwood DVD set

1945
Johnny Frenchman
Made by Ealing Studios.
Director: Charles Frend.
Starring: Francoise Rosay, Tom Walls, Patricia Roc and Ralph Michael.
Filmed at Mevagissey
Buy this film 'Johnny Frenchman' on DVD

1946
The Rakes Progress (Also under the title of Notorious Gentleman in USA) Made by Edward Dryhurst Productions. Director: Sidney Gilliat. Starring: Rex Harrison, Lilli Palmer and Godfrey Tearle
Part filmed in Portreath.

1947
While I Live
(Also under the title of The Dream of Olwen)
Directed by John Harlow.
Starring Sonia Dresdel, Carol Raye and Tom Walls.
The story is set in Cornwall and it is believed that parts were filmed in Cornwall.
Buy this film 'While I Live' on DVD

1948
Miranda
Made by Sydney Box Productions and Gainsborough Pictures.
Director: Ken Annakin.
Starring: Glynis Johns, Griffith Jones and Googie Withers
A Cornish mermaid causes romantic strife when she is taken to London by a young doctor.
Partly filmed around Looe and Polperro and at Carlyon Bay Beach, St Austell
Scott of the Antarctic
Made by Ealing Studios.
Director: Charles Frend.
Starring: John Mills, Diana Churchill, Harold Warrender, Derek Bond, Kenneth More and Reginald Beckwith.
Part filmed at Falmouth Docks and in Falmouth.
Buy this film 'Scott of the Antarctic' on DVD
Buy this film 'Scott of the Antarctic' on VHS video
Count on Me
Made by Newhall Productions.
Starring: George Durham Elder.
The story of a blind farmer and his Alsatian guide-dog.
Filmed at Mullion.

1949
Treasure Island
Made by RKOP/Walt Disney.
Director: Byron Haskin.
Starring: Robert Newton, Bobby Driscoll, Basil Sydney, Walter Fitzgerald and Denis O'Dea
Filmed on the River Fal and Helford River
Buy this film, 'Treasure Island', on DVD

1950
Guilt Is My Shadow
Made by Associated British Picture Corporation.
Director: Roy Kellino.
Starring: Elizabeth Sellars, Patrick Holt and Peter Reynolds.
Parts filmed somewhere in Cornwall.

1951
Circle of Danger
(also known as White Heather)
Made by Coronado Productions.
Director: Jacques Tourneur.
Starring: Ray Milland, Patricia Roc and Marius Goring
Some parts filmed in Cornwall - no precise details known yet.

1953
Knights of the Round Table
Made by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer British Studios.
Director: Richard Thorpe.
Starring: Robert Taylor (as Lancelot), Ava Gardner (as Guinevere), Mel Ferrer (as Arthur), Felix Aylmer (as Merlin), Anne Crawford (as Morgan Le Fay) and Stanley Baker (as Modred)
Part filmed at Tintagel (and on Dartmoor, Devon)
Buy this film, 'Knights of the Round Table', on DVD
Never Let Me Go
Made by MGM.
Directed by Delmer Davies.
Starring: Clark Gable, Kenneth Moore, Gene Tierney, Bernard Miles and Richard Haydyn.
Filmed at Mullion (as the Russian harbour), Mevagissey and Newquay
Buy this film, 'Never Let Me Go', on DVD
The Master of Ballantrae
Made by Warner Brothers.
Director: William Keighley.
Starring: Errol Flynn, Roger Livesey, Anthony Steel, Beatrice Campbell and Yvonne Ferneaux.
Part filmed at Watergate Bay, Newquay.
Buy this film, 'The Master of Ballantrae', on DVD

1954
Mad About Men
Comedy made by Group Film Productions Limited.
Director: Ralph Thomas.
Starring: Margaret Rutherford, Donald Sinden, Glynis Johns, Dora Bryan, Irene Handl, Joan Hickson and Dandy Nicholls.
Filmed in Fowey (and Brighton).
Buy this film, 'Mad About Men', as part of the Donald Sinden six disc DVD collection

1955
Break in the Circle
Drama made by Hammer Film Productions
Cirector: Val Guest.
Starring: Forrest Tucker, Eva Bartok and Marius Goring.
Part filmed in Polperro.

1957
Dangerous Exile
Made by Rank Films.
Director: Brian Desmond Hurst.
Starring: Louis Jourdan, Belinda Lee, Keith Michell, Richard O'Sullivan and Martita Hunt.
Filmed at Caerhays Castle, Porthluney Cove and Falmouth Harbour
Buy this film, 'Dangerous Exile', on DVD

1958
Another Time, Another Place
Made by Paramount Pictures.
Director: Lewis Allen.
Starring: Lana Turner, Sean Connery, Glynis Johns, Barry Sullivan and Sid James
Filmed at Polperro (as an Italian location)
Buy this film, 'Another Time, Another Place', on DVD

1959
Behemoth, the Sea Monster
Also known as The Giant Behemoth
Made by Artistes Alliance Ltd. and Diamond Pictures Corp.
Directors: Douglas Hickox and Eugène Lourié.
Starring: Gene Evans, André Morell, John Turner and Leigh Madison.
Filmed around Looe, at Plaidy Beach (Looe), Polperro and Talland Bay (Polperro).
Buy this film, 'Behemoth the Sea Monster', on DVD

1961
Naked as Nature Intended
Also known as As Nature Intended
Naturist documentary film made by Compass Films.
Director: George Harrison Marks.
Starring: Pamela Green and Bridget Leonard
Filmed at Tintagel, Bedruthan Steps, Newquay; Land's End and the Minack Theatre, Porthcurno
Buy this film, 'Naked as Nature Intended', on DVD
Doctor Blood's Coffin
Made by Caralan Productions Ltd.
Director: Sidney J Furie.
Starring: Kieron Moore, Hazel Court and Ian Hunter
Filmed at Carn Galver Mine, Penwith, St Just and Zennor, Penzance.
Buy this film, 'Doctor Blood's Coffin', on DVD
Four Winds Island
Family film made by Merton Park Studios
Director: David Villiers.
Starring: Mandy Harper, Annette Robertson and Iain Gregory.
Filmed on the Isles of Scilly.

1962
Night of the Eagle
Certificate 12.
Also known as Burn, Witch, Burn.
Made by Independent Artists.
Director: Sidney Hayers.
Starring: Peter Wyngarde, Janet Blair, Margaret Johnston, Anthony Nicholls and Colin Gordon.
Filmed at Cape Cornwall, St Just and Porthcurno Beach, Porthcurno (near Penzance).
Buy this film, 'Night of the Eagle', on DVD

1963
Crooks in Cloisters
Comedy film made by Associated British Picture Corporation.
Director: Jeremy Summers.
Starring: Ronald Frazer, Barbara Windsor, Bernard Cribbins, Davy Kaye and Wilfrid Brambell.
Part filmed in St Mawes.
Buy this film, 'Crooks in Cloisters', on VHS video
Stolen Hours
Also known as Summer Flight
Made by Barbican Films and The Mirisch Corporation.
Director: Daniel Petrie
Starring: Susan Hayward, Diane Baker, Edward Judd and Michael Craig.
Part filmed in Fowey
Buy this film, 'Stolen Hours', on DVD

1964
Murder Ahoy
Made by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer British Studios.
Director: George Pollock.
Starring: Margaret Rutherford, Lionel Jeffries, Charles 'Bud' Tingwell, William Mervyn and Joan Benham.
Part filmed at St Mawes.
Buy this film, 'Murder Ahoy', on DVD
French Dressing Comedy film. Director: Ken Russell. Starring James Booth, Roy Kinnear and Marisa Mell.
Part filmed in Cornwall (locations not known).

1965
The City Under the Sea
Also known as City in the Sea
A science fiction film made by Bruton Film Productions.
Director: Jacques Tourneur.
Starring: Vincent Price, David Tomlinson and Tab Hunter
Filmed around the Cornish coast.
Buy this film, 'The City Under the Sea', on DVD

1967
Magical Mystery Tour
Made by Apple Corps and the British Broadcasting Corporation.
Directors: John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr and Bernard Knowles.
Starring: The Beatles, George Claydon, Jessie Robbins, Victor Spinetti and Maggie Wright. Part filmed at the Atlantic Hotel in Newquay, Towan Beach (Newquay) and Bodmin.
Buy this film, 'Magical Mystery Tour', on VHS video

1969
The Bed Sitting Room
Made by United Artists.
Directors: Richard Lester and Oscar Lewenstein.
Starring: Dudley Moore, Harry Secombe, Michael Hordern, Peter Cook, Ralph Richardson, Rita Tushingham, Roy Kinnear and Spike Milligan.
Parts filmed in a china clay pit near St Austell
Buy this film, 'The Bed Sitting Room', on DVD

1970
The Man Who Haunted Himself
Certificate PG.
Made by Associated British Picture Corporation.
Director: Basil Dearden.
Starring: Roger Moore, Hildegarde Neil, Alastair Mackenzie, Thorley Walters and Hugh Mackenzie.
Filmed at Charlestown (and in London)
Buy this film, 'The Man Who Haunted Himself', on DVD

1971
Straw Dogs
Certificate 18.
Made by ABC Pictures, Talent Associates and Amerbroco.
Director: Sam Peckinpah
Starring: Dustin Hoffman, Susan George, Peter Vaughan, T P McKenna, Peter Arne, David Warner, Ken Hutchison, Colin Welland, Del Henney and Jim Norton
Filmed at St Buryan (as the village of Wakely); Tor Noon Farm at Morvah (as Trencher’s Farm - Amy and David's house) and Lamorna Cove
Buy this film, 'Straw Dogs', on DVD
Crucible of Terror
Also known as Unholy Terror.
Certificate 18.
Made by Glendale.
Director: Ted Hooker.
Starring: Mike Raven, Mary Maude, James Bolam, Ronald Lacey and Betty Alberge
Filmed at Blue Hills and Jericho Valley near St Agnes
Buy this film, 'Crucible of Terror', on DVD
Macbeth Oper von Rosa von Praunheim
Black and White film made by Westdeutscher Rundfunk.
Director: Rosa von Praunheim.
Starring: Volker Eschke, Magdalena Montezuma and Steven Adamczewski.
Part filmed at the Minack Theatre, Porthcurno.

1972
Disciple of Death
Horror film made by AVCO Embassy Pictures.
Director: Tom Parkinson.
Starring: Mike Raven, Ronald Lacey, Stephen Bradley and Nicholas Amer.
Filmed around Boscastle.

1974
Malachi's Cove
Also known as The Seaweed Children.
Certificate U.
Drama made by Impact Quadrant and Penrith.
Writter and Director: Henry Herbert.
Starring: Donald Pleasence and Meg Owen.
Filmed at Tintagel and Trebarwith Strand

1976
The Eagle Has Landed
Certificate 15/PG.
Made by ITC Entertainment and Associated General Films.
Director: John Sturges.
Starring: Michael Caine, Donald Sutherland, Robert Duvall, Jenny Agutter, Donald Pleasence, Anthony Quayle, Sven-Bertil Taube, Jean Marsh, John Standing, Judy Geeson and Larry Hagman.
Filmed at Charlestown Beach and Harbour (as Alderney harbour), Pier House Hotel at Charlestown (as the George and Dragon pub), RAF St Mawgan (now Newquay Cornwall Airport), near Newquay (as Landsvoort Airfield) and the sand dunes at Rock - across the Camel Estuary from Padstow (for the romantic scenes between Jenny Agutter and Donald Sutherland). Also parts filmed in Oxfordshire and Finland
Buy this film, 'The Eagle Has Landed', on DVD
Buy this film, 'The Eagle Has Landed', on Blu-ray
Buy this film, 'The Eagle Has Landed - Special Edition' as a two disc DVD

1979
Dracula
Certificate 15/R.
The classic Bram Stoker vampire story made by Universal Films.
Director: John Badham.
Starring: Frank Langella (Count Dracula), Trevor Eve (Jonathan Harker), Donald Pleasance (Dr Jack Seward), Kate Nelligan (Lucy Seward) and Laurence Olivier (Professor Abraham Van Helsing).
Filmed at Crinnis Beach, Carlyon Bay, St Austell; King Arthur's Castle Hotel, Tintagel (as Dr Seaward's asylum); Marazion; Mevagissey (as the harbour where Dracula boards a ship); Mount's Bay; Penwith, St Just; St Austell; St Just; St Michael's Mount, Marazion (as Carfax Abbey) and Tintagel.
Buy this film, 'Dracula', on DVD

1980
Raise the Titanic
Certificate PG.
Made by Incorporated Television Company.
Director: Jerry Jameson.
Starring: Jason Robards, Richard Jordan, Anne Archer, Alec Guinness and David Selby.
Small part filmed at St Ives (as Southby, Barnoon Cemetery and The Sloop Inn).

1981
Omen III: The Final Conflict
Certificate R.
Made by Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation.
Director: Graham Baker.
Starring: Sam Neill, Lisa Harrow, Barnaby Holm and Rossano Brazi.
Filmed in the Luxulyan Valley and Penrice near St Austell, at Roche Rock near Roche (as the deserted church on the moor) and at Prideaux Place, Padstow
Buy this film, 'Omen III: The Final Conflict', on DVD
Clash of the Titans
Certificate 12/PG.
Made by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Peerford Ltd.
Director: Desmond Davis.
Starring: Laurence Olivier (Zeus), Claire Bloom (Gera), Maggie Smith (Thetis), Ursula Andress (Aphrodite) and Sian Phillips (Cassiopeia).
Scene where Danae and Perseus are cast adrift was filmed in Cornwall.
Buy this film, 'Clash of the Titans', on DVD
Priest of Love
Certificate 15/R.
Made by Milesian Films, Ronceval and Viscount.
Director: Christopher Miles.
Starring: Ian McKellen (D.H. Lawrence), Janet Suzman (Frieda Lawrence), Ava Gardner (Mabel Dodge Luhan), Penelope Keith (Dorothy Brett), John Gielgud (Herbert Muskett) and Jorge Rivero (Tony Luhan).
Filmed at Porth Zennor Cove, Zennor (near Land's End).
Buy this film, 'Priest of Love', on DVD

1982
The Island of Adventure
Made by EbeFilms Ltd.
Director: Anthony Squire.
Starring: Norman Bowler (Bill Smugs), Wilfred Brambell (Uncle Jocelyn), Eleanor Summerfield (Aunt Polly) and Catherine Schell (Alison Mannering).
Filmed at Doyden Castle, Port Quin (as Craggy-Tops); Mullion Cove and Poldhu Cove near Mullion; Port Quin (as the beach below Craggy-Tops); The Mouls, Pentire Head (as Island of Gloom) and at Wheal Coates, St Agnes

1983
The Missionary
Certificate R.
Made by HandMade Films.
Director: Richard Loncraine.
Starring: Michael Palin (Reverend Charles Fortescue), Maggie Smith (Lady Isabel Ames), Trevor Howard (Lord Henry Ames), Denholm Elliott (The Bishop), Michael Hordern (Slatterthwaite & Narrator), Graham Crowden (Reverend Fitzbanks) and David Suchet (Corbett).
A small part filmed at Charlestown
Buy this film, 'The Missionary', on DVD
To the Lighthouse
A BBC dramatization of Virginia Woolf's novel.
Director: Colin Gregg.
Starring: Rosemary Harris (Mrs Ramsey), Michael Gough (Mr Ramsey), Suzanne Bertish (Lily Brioscoe), Lynsey Baxter (Nanct Ramsey) and Pippa Guard (Prue Ramsey).
Filmed at Bosigran Head, Morvah; Carbis Bay, St Ives; Godrevy Lighthouse, Godrevy, St Ives; Hayle; Lelant and St Erth Station, St Erth
On the Third Day
Horror drama written and directed by Stanley O'Toole.
Starring: Richard Morant, Catherine Schell and Paul Williamson.
Filmed somewhere in Cornwall.
Never Say Never Again
Certificate OG.
Made by Warner Brothers.
Director: Irvin Kershner.
Starring: Sean Connery (James Bond), Kim Basinger (Domino Petachi), Klaus Maria Brandauer (Maximilian Largo), Edward Fox (M), Bernie Casey (Felix Leiter) and Max von Sydow (Ernst Stavro Blofeld).
The sequence, where two guided missiles fly over the countryside and out to sea, was filmed over West Cornwall and St Michael's Mount.
Buy this film, 'Never Say Never Again', on DVD

1984
Top Secret
Certificate 15/PG.
Made by Kingsmere Properties and Paramount Pictures.
Directors: Jim Abrahams, David Zucker and Jerry Zucker.
Starring: Val Kilmer, Lucy Gutteridge, Peter Cushing, Omar Sharif, Michael Gough, Christopher Villiers and Jeremy Kemp
Part filmed at Holywell Bay near Newquay (surfing scenes)and Godrevy near St Ives
Buy this film, 'Top Secret', on DVD

1985
Jamaica Inn
Certificate 12.
Made by Harlech Television (HTV).
Director: Lawrence Gordon Clark.
Starring: Jane Seymour (Mary Yellan), Patrick McGoohan (Joss Merlyn) and Trevor Eve (Jeremiah 'Jem' Merlyn ).
Filmed at Pentireglaze, Polzeath and Port Quin
Buy this film, 'Jamaica Inn', on DVD
Haunters of the Deep
Certificate U.
Made by Children's Film and Television Foundation and Longbow Film Company Ltd.
Director: Andrew Bogle.
Starring: Andrew Keir (Captain Tregellis), Barbara Ewing (Mrs Holman) and Bob Sherman (Mr Roche).
Filmed somewhere in Cornwall.
Lamb
Certificate 15.
Made by Channel Four Films and Flickers Limehouse.
Director: Colin Gregg.
Starring: Liam Neeson (Michael Lamb), Frances Tomelty (Mrs Kane), Ian Bannen (Brother Benedict) and Hugh O'Conor (Owen Kane).
Part filmed at Camelot Castle Hotel, Tintagel (as St Kiaran's Reform School).
Many of the young extras were pupils of Bodmin Comprehensive School.
Buy this film, 'Lamb', on DVD

1986
Zina
Certificate 15.
Made by Looseyard Productions,
Director: Ken McMullen.
Starring: Philip Madoc (Leon Trotsky), Micha Bergese (Molanov), Ian McKellen (Kronfeld), Paul Geoffrey (Lyova) and Domiziana Giordano (Zina Trotsky)
Filmed at Church Cove, Gunwalloe (and in Berlin)
Buy this film, 'Zina', on DVD

1988
The Witches
Certificate PG.
Made by The Jim Henson Company, Jim Henson Productions and Lorimar Film Entertainment.
Director: Nicolas Roeg.
Starring: Anjelica Huston ( Miss Eva Ernst / Grand High Witch), Mai Zetterling (Helga Eveshim), Jasen Fisher (Luke Eveshim), Jane Horrocks (Miss Irvine), Rowan Atkinson (Mr Stringer), Bill Paterson (Mr Jenkins) and Brenda Blethyn (Mrs Jenkins)
Filmed at The Headland Hotel, Newquay (and Bergen, Norway)
Buy this film, 'The Witches' on VHS video
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1991
Revenge of Billy the Kid
Certificate 18.
Made by Montage Films.
Director: Jim Groom.
Starring: Michael Balfour (Gyles MacDonald), Samantha Perkins (Ronnie MacDonald), Jackie D. Broad (Gretta MacDonald), Bryan Heeley (Ronald McDonald) and Trevor Peake (Ronald MacDonald).
This was the last film in which Michael Ripper appeared.
Part filmed in Mousehole
Buy this film, 'The Revenge of Billy the Kid' on DVD

1992
Anita Italian film.
Part filmed somewhere in Cornwall.

1993
The Three Musketeers Certificate PG. Director: Stephen Herek. Starring Charlie Sheen, Kiefer Sutherland, Chris O'Donnell, Oliver Platt and Tim Curry.
Filmed in The Grooms House at Boconnoc near Lostwithiel, Charlestown, Lanhydrock House near Bodmin, Pelyn (near Lostwithiel), Golitha Falls near St Cleer (where the musketeers are pursued by guards), Pentire (near Newquay) and Rumps Point at Polzeath. (Remainder filmed in Austria)
Buy this film, 'The Three Musketeers', on DVD

1994
Blue Juice Certificate 15. Director: Carl Prechezer. Starring Catherine Zeta Jones, Sean Pertwee, Steven Mackintosh, Ewan McGregor, Peter Gunn, Heathcote Williams, Keith Allen and Jenny Agutter.
Filmed in Newquay, St Ives, Quay Street in Mousehole (as Chloe's café), Chapel Porth (St Agnes), Godrevy (St Ives) and the train station scene was filmed at St Erth just outside of Hayle
Buy this film, 'Blue Juice', on DVD

1995
Wind in the Willows Certificate U. Director: Terry Jones. Starring Steve Coogan, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, Antony Sher, Nicol Williamson, John Cleese, Stephen Fry, Bernard Hill and Michael Palin.
Part filmed on the Camel Estuary between Wadebridge and Padstow
Buy this film, 'Wind in the Willows', on DVD
Sense and Sensibility Certificate U. Director: Ang Lee. Starring James Fleet, Tom Wilkinson, Harriet Walker, Kate Winslet, Emma Thompson, Hugh Grant, Alan Rickman, Greg Wise and Gemma Jones.
Mainly filmed in Devon and Wiltshire but some external shots filmed in Cornwall
Buy this film, 'Sense and Sensibility', on a Collector's Edition DVD

1996
Moll Flanders Certificate U. Filmed by MGM. Director: Pen Densham. Starring Robin Wright Penn, Morgan Freeman, Jeremy Brett,Stockard Channing, John Lynch and Brenda Fricker
Parts filmed at Charlestown, Turnaware Point (Feock) and on the River Fal
Buy this film, 'Moll Flanders', on DVD
Twelfth Night Certificate U. Director: Trevor Nunn. Starring Helena Bonham Carter, Nigel Hawthorne, Imogen Stubbs, Toby Stephens, Richard E Grant, Mel Smith, Steven Mackintosh, Nicholas Farrell and Ben Kingsley
Filmed at Cotehele House at St Dominick (as the Quayside tavern and the interior of Orsino's castle), Lanhydrock House near Bodmin (as Olivia's house and garden), Mount Edgcumbe House, Prideaux Place in Padstow (also as Olivia's house and garden), St Michael's Mount (as the exterior of Orsino's castle) and Trebarwith Strand.
Buy this film, 'Twelfth Night', on DVD

1997
Rebecca
Certificate 12.
Starring Charles Dance, Emilia Fox, Diana Rigg, Lucy Cohu and Faye Dunaway.
Part filmed at Charlestown.
Buy this film, 'Rebecca', on DVD
Oscar and Lucinda
Certificate R
Director: Gillian Armstrong
Starring Ralph Fiennes and Cate Blanchett
Filmed at Boscastle, Prideaux Place at Padstow, Bossiney, Crackington Haven, Morwenstow, Port Isaac and Trebarwith Strand.
Buy this film, 'Oscar And Lucinda', on DVD
Pigment Short (23 min) film written and directed by Henry Coleman. Starring Tim Potter, Orlando Bird, Joe Bromley and Rod Hallett.
Filmed somewhere in Cornwall.

1998
All The Little Animals Director: Jeremy Thomas. Starring John Hurt and Christian Bale.
Part filmed at Wheal Coates Mine, St Agnes (where the car is forced down the mine shaft).

1999
Mansfield Park Certificate 15. Director: Patricia Rozema. Starring Frances O'Connor, Jonny Lee Miller, Alessandro Nivola, Hannah Taylor-Gordon and Talya Gordon
Filmed at Charlestown - playing the role of Portsmouth harbour - and in other locations in England.
Buy this film, 'Mansfield Park', on DVD
Swept from the Sea also known as Amy Foster
Certificate 15. Director: Beeban Kidron. Starring Rachel Weisz, Vincent Perez, Ian McKellen, Kathy Bates and Joss Ackland
Filmed at Blisland, Bodmin, Crackington Haven, Charlestown, Michaelstow, Pencarrow Head (Fowey), Pentire Head (Newquay), Port Isaac, Port Quin and St Breward
Buy this film, 'Amy Foster', on DVD
Lighthouse also known as Dead of Night Certificate 19. Director: Simon Hunter. Starring James Purefoy, Rachel Shelley, Christopher Adamson, Don Warrington and Paul Brooke.
The beach, rocks and lighthouse were filmed (somewhere) in Cornwall.
Buy this film, 'Lighthouse', on DVD

2000
Pandaemonium Certificate 12. Director: Julien Temple. Starring Linus Roache, John Hannah, Samantha Morton, Emily Woof and Emma Fielding)
Filmed at Charlestown (and in Devon and Somerset)
Winner of the 2002 Evening Standard British Film Award for Best Actor (Linus Roach)
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Field of Fish Short (24 min) film directed by Steve Tanner and Michael Wiese, Starring Ian Holm
Filmed in Mousehole.
The Calling Director: Richard Caesar. Starring Laura Harris, Richard Lintern and Francis Magee.
Part filmed in Cornwall.
Solarmax Australian documentary. Director: John Weiley. Narrator: Alex Scott.
The solar eclipse was filmed in Cornwall.

2001
From Hell Certificate 18. Directors: Albert Hughes and Allen Hughes. Starring Johnny Depp, Heather Graham, Ian Holm, Robbie Coltrane and Ian Richardson.
Mainly filmed in Prague but some scenes filmed at Boscastle and Crackington Haven
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2002
Die Another Day Certificate 12. Director: Lee Tamahori Starring Pierce Brosnan, Halle Berry, Rosamund Pike, Rick Yune, Judi Dench, John Cleese and Samantha Bond.
Filmed at Holywell Bay (opening battle sequence on the Korean beach) and the Eden Project near St Austell (the biodomes were used for part of Gustav Graves' Icelandic ice palace)
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28 Days Later... Certificate 18. Director: Danny Boyle. Starring Cillian Murphy, Naomie Harris, Brendan Gleeson, Christopher Eccleston and Megan Burns.
Part filmed at Carland Cross Wind Farm, Mitchell.
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Two Men Went to War Certificate PG. Directed by John Henderson. Starring Kenneth Cranham, Leo Bill, Rosanna Lavelle, Phyllida Law, James Fleet and Derek Jacobi.
Filmed at Charlestown (the port and pub scenes) and Pentewan Sands, near St Austell
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Bitter Sweet Also known as Hwerow Hweg (in Cornish language). Writer and Director: Antal Kovacs. Starring: Robert Williams, Philip Jacobs, Helen Rule, Johanna Graham and Laurens C Postma
Filmed at City Centre, Truro; Falmouth; Penzance; St Ives Bay Holiday Park, St Ives and St Ives.
The Making of 'The Pirates of Penzance' Short documentary film.
Part filmed in Penzance.
Shaken and Stirred on Ice Short (24 min) documentary film. Directed by Rob Done. Narrated by Samantha Bond.
Part filmed at The Eden Project, St Austell.
Golden Burn Drama written and directed by Mark Jenkin. Starring Mark Jenkin, Ben Hood and Colin Holt.
Filmed somewhere in Cornwall.

2003
Plunge: The Movie Director: Max Newsom. Starring Dugald Bruce Lockhart, Charles Haydn and Alan Mckenna.
Filmed at Fistral Beach and Watergate Bay, Newquay.
Johnny English Certificate PG. Director: Peter Howitt. Starring Rowan Atkinson, Natalie Imbruglia, Ben Miller, Kevin McNally and John Malkovich.
Part filmed at St Michael's Mount, Marazion (exterior of Sauvage's French castle)
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Sylvia Certificate 18. The story of the relationship between the poets Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath. Directed by Christine Jeffs. Starring Gwyneth Paltrow, Daniel Craig, Jared Harris, Amira Casar, Blythe Danner and Lucy Davenport.
Parts filmed in Cornwall (locations not known)
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Conspiracy of Silence Certificate 15. Writer and Director: John Deery. Starring Jonathan Forbes, Jason Barry, Brenda Fricker, Hugh Bonneville, Sean McGinley and John Lynch.
Part filmed in Cornwall (locations not known).
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Blight Short drama directed by Bill Scott. Starring Richard Coyle and Mary Woodvine.
Filmed somewhere in Cornwall.
Burial Short (45 min) film written and directed by Colton Sears.
Filmed somewhere in Cornwall.
Fallen Eagle Short (45 min) film written and directed by Colton Sears. Starring Rebecca Haydon, Pat Kirby and Paul Tungate.
Filmed somewhere in Cornwall.

2004
Thunderbirds Certificate PG. Director: Jonathan Frakes. Starring Bill Paxton, Ben Kingsley, Anthony Edwards, Brady Corbet, Debora Weston and Bhasker Patel)
Parts of the Cornish coastline were filmed for Tracy Island.
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Ladies in Lavender Certificate 12. Director: Charles Dance. Starring Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Natascha McElhone, Daniel Brühl, Miriam Margolyes, David Warner, Toby Jones and Freddie Jones.
Filmed mainly at Cadgwith, Rosudgeon (Bessy's Cove was the location for the scenes of the cottage where the ladies lived), Helston and Penzance (The house used for the ladies' home is Cliff Cottage, a holiday let alongside the Cornish coast path, and part of the Porth-en-Alls estate. Cliff Cottage was surrounded by white reflectors to give extra lighting for the cameras). Prussia Cove and Kenneggy Cove were also used for various beach and coastline shots.
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The Libertine Director: Laurence Dunmore. Starring Johnny Depp, Samantha Morton, Rosamund Pike, Tom Hollander and John Malkovich
Some small parts filmed in Cornwall (precise locations not known).
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San-Antonio Director: Frédéric Auburtin. Starring Gérard Lanvin, Gérard Depardieu and Lucy Harrison
Part filmed in Bude.
Get the Picture Short (9 min) war film. Writer and director: Rupert Wyatt. Starring Brian Cox, Lloyd Owen and Hosh Kane
Part filmed in Cornwall (locations not known).
The Wrecking Season Documentary film about beachcombing on the North Atlantic shore. Directed by Jane Darke. Written and presented by Nick Darke.
Filmed on the north coast of Cornwall.
Cloud Cuckoo Land Written and directed by Matt Dickinson. Starring Steve Varden and Derek Jacobi.
Part filmed somewhere in Cornwall.
The Rabbit A comedy film written and directed by Mark Jenkin. Starring Brett Harvey, Adam Webster and Colin Holt.
Filmed somewhere in Cornwall.

2005
Half Term A short film by A-Z Films. Starring Steven Geller and Elizabeth Healey.
Filmed at Charlestown
Man to Man Certificate 15. Director: Régis Wargnier. Starring Joseph Fiennes, Kristin Scott Thomas, Iain Glen, Hugh Bonneville and Lomama Boseki.
Part filmed in Charlestown (most filmed in Scotland)
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The New World Certificate 12. Director: Terence Malick. Starring Colin Farrell, Q'orianka Kilcher, Christopher Plummer and Christian Bale.
Scenes of the arrival in London Docks were filmed at Charlestown (the main UK filming was in Oxford)
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Keeping Mum Certificate 15. Director: Niall Johnson. Starring Rowan Atkinson, Kristin Scott Thomas, Maggie Smith, Patrick Swayze, Tamsin Egerton and Toby Parkes
Part filmed at St Michael Penkivel near Truro (as Little Wallop).
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Cold and Dark Certificate 18. Directed by Andrew Goth. Starring Luke Goss, Kevin Howarth, Carly Turnbull and Matt Lucas
Filmed at South West Film Studios, St Agnes and other (unidentified) parts of Cornwall.
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Breakdown Short (20 min) comedy film written and directed by Jonathan Brassington. Starring San Ishmael, Daniel Newman and Alix O'Sullivan.
Filmed somewhere in Cornwall.
Alchemy Thriller written and directed by Colton Sears. Starring Helen Rule, Colton Sears and Kathy Towns.
Filmed somewhere in Cornwall.

2006
Half Light Certificate 15. Written and directed by Craig Rosenberg. Starring Demi Moore, Henry Ian Cusick and Nicholas Gleaves.
Parts filmed at Watergate Bay.
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Irish Jam Certificate 12. Director: John Eyres. Starring Eddie Griffin, Dudley Sutton, Tom Georgeson and Anna Friel.
Filmed at Stithians (as the Irish village and church).
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The Amazing Grace Certificate 12. Director: Jeta Amata. Starring Nick Moran, Scott Cleverdon, Fred Amata and Mbong Odungide.
Part filmed in Fowey.
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The Wheelhouse Short (15 min) horror drama written and directed by Sean Garland. Starring Megan Hall, Angus Lindsay and Brian Heard.
Part filmed at Cawsand near Torpoint.
Treasure Island Kids: The Battle of Treasure Island Written and directed by Gavin Scott. Starring Beth Allen, Renato Bartolomei and Alexandra Birchfield. Part filmed at Charlestown near St Austell (The rest filmed in New Zealand)
Treasure Island Kids: The Monster of Treasure Island Written by Gavin Scott. Directed by Michael Hurst. Starring Nicko Vella, Sasha Tilley and John Callen. Part filmed at Charlestown near St Austell (The rest filmed in New Zealand)
Apocalypto Directed by Mel Gibson. Starring Rudy Youngblood, Dalia Hernández, Jonathan Brewer and Morris Birdyellowhead. Part filmed at Carlyon bay beach (the beach scene in the rain).

2007
The Midnight Drives Starring Colin Holt, Sam Mills and Megan Robertson.
Filmed at Lands End, Marazion and Penzance.
Four or Five Photos Short (12 min) film written and directed by James Ellwood. Starring Shona Armstrong and Derek Mace
Filmed in Penzance
Dressing Granite Certificate 12. Director: Bill Scott. Starring David Shaw, Darren Hawkes and Mary Woodvine.
Filmed in Falmouth.
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Flicker A very short (1 min) film directed by James Hutchings, Isabel Martin, and Oliver Wiseman. Starring Katie Martin.
Filmed somewhere in Cornwall.
New Boots Short (20 min) drama directed by Simon Edwards. Starring Mary Woodvine, Mark Pearce and Demelza Monk.
Filmed somewhere in Cornwall.
Oss Tales short documentary written and directed by John Bishop.
Filmed in Padstow
White Fire Short (9 min) drama made by South West Screen
Director: Joan Beveridge
Starring: Kelly Evans
Filmed at Tintagel

2008
A Hard Day's Knight Short (10 min) comedy written and directed by Ashley Wing.
Starring: Clayton Fussell, Stephen J. Fry and Hazel Worchester.
Part filmed at Whitsand Bay (Torpoint).
Resolve A short 10 min) film.
Director: Edmund Fargher
Starring: Joanna Beard, Ben Davidson and Robert Dickins
Filmed in Falmouth.
Dance for Eternity Short (12 min) drama
Writer and director: Michael Gilroy
Starring: Anna Bolt, Michael Gilroy and Laura Melcion.
Filmed somewhere in Cornwall.
The Lobster Trap Short (11 min) drama film
Writer and director: Henry Darke.
Starring: Brian Bate, Henry Darke and Chris Williams.
Filmed at Padstow and Porthcothan.
Another Horizon Very short (2 min) drama
Writer and director: Mark Jenkin
Starring: Beau Scott and Nick Harpley.
Filmed on the West Penwith Moors near Penzance.
The Initiation Short (8 min) horror film
Writer and director: David William Hall
Starring: Becky Barry, Zoe Grisedale and Tom Hare.
Filmed on the West Penwith Moors near Penzance.
Tomorrow's Forecast Short (14 min) Thriller
Writer and director: David Hewitt Starring: Robert Cavanah, Paul Child and James Hillier.
Part filmed in Cornwall.
The Lark Horror thriller Directors: Steve Tanner and Paul Farmer Starring: Mary Woodvine, Mark Pearce and Philip Jacobs.
Filmed somewhere in Cornwall.

2009
The Age of Stupid Climate change documentary film by Franny Armstrong. Starring the late Pete Postlethwaite with Fernand Pareau, Jeh Wadia, Alvin DuVernay and Layefa Malemi.
Filmed in Cornwall at the Delabole wind farm and other places in France, Nigeria, The Middle East, India and USA
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Ctrl Alt Shift A short (11 min) documentary film.
Part filmed in Falmouth.
Blood + Roses Horror film. Director: Simon Aitken. Starring Marysia Kay, Kane John Scott and Benjamin Green.
Filmed at Merryfield Manor, Merrymeet, near Liskeard.

Picture This... A short documentary about the severity of dyslexia and the effect that its neglect in school can have. Directed by Daniel Evans.
Filmed somewhere in Cornwall.
Mike, Harry & Misha A short 8 min) comedy drama written and directed by Marius Smuts. Starring George Bradley, Stephanie Kempson and Samuel Normington.
Filmed somewhere in Cornwall.
Creation Certificate PG. Directed by Jon Amiel. Starring Paul Bettany, Jennifer Connelly, Jeremy Northam, Benedict Cumberbatch and Martha West.
Parts filmed at Charlestown.
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A Congregation of Ghosts Produced and directed by Cornishman Mark Collicott. Starring Edward Woodward, Nicholas Cleaves, Susannah Doyle (Drop the Dead Donkey & Ballykissangel), Murray McArthur (the voice of Ginsters Pasties) and Natasha Little (Spooks)
Filmed in Falmouth and at Pencarrow House, Wadebridge, Warleggan church, Lease Cottage at St Breward and Altarnun village hall.

2010
Alice in Wonderland Certificate PG. Director: Tim Burton. Starring Johnny Depp, Anne Hathaway, Helena Bonham Carter, Mia Wasikowska, Crispen Glover and Matt Lucas with the voices of Michael Sheen, Stephen Fry, Barbara Windsor, Paul Whitehouse, Timothy Spall and Alan Rickman.
Filmed at Antony House near Torpoint (the garden party scenes), Charlestown Harbour (the harbour scenes) and a few other places in Cornwall (and Devon)
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Storm
A short (13 min) film written and directed by Joan Beveridge.
Starring: Juliet Aubrey, Jill Greenacre and Sara Dylan.
Filmed at Cape Cornwall, St Just; Nanjizal Cove, Land's End and Rinsey Head, Rinsey
Archipelago Certificate 15. Written and directed by Joanna Hogg. Starring Christopher Baker, Kate Fahy,Tom Hiddleston, Lydia Leonard and Amy Lloyd
Filmed on the Isles of Scilly.
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On the Water A short (9 min) documentary film. Directors: Tom Goudsmit, Yi Zhao
Filmed in Falmouth.
Big Mouth Short (15 min) action drama directed by Henry Darke. Starring Toby Clemence, Helen Baxendale and Stuart Laing.
Filmed at Porthcothan.
The Uncatchable Killer Short (15 min) comedy film written and directed by James Bartle and Elliott Rothon. Starring Elliott Rothon, Graham Vanas and James Bartle.
Parts filmed somewhere in Cornwall.
The Pharmacist Drama film written and directed by Patrick von Boetticher. Starring Liana Gould, Simon Onions and David Hepple.
Part filmed somewhere in Cornwall.
Watching Millie Short (11 min) thriller written and directed by Tom Law. Starring Jay Good, Jill Greenacre and Mat Laroche.
Filmed somewhere in Cornwall.

2011
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides Certificate 12.Director: Rob Marshall. Starring Johnny Depp, Ian McShane, Penelope Cruz and Geoffrey Rush
Parts filmed in St Ives
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Eldorado Certificate 18. Written and directed by Richard Driscoll. Starring Steven Craine, Darren Morgan, Peter O'Toole, Daryl Hannah and Michael Madsen.
Parts filmed in Cornwall (locations not known)
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Back2Hell Director: Richard Driscoll. Starring Christopher Lee, Ling Bai and Patrick Bergin
Part filmed in Cornwall (the rest in USA).
What You Will Director: Simon Reade. Starring Dominic West, Romola Garai and Zoe Tapper.
Part filmed in Truro.
Magpie Director: Marc Price. Starring Craig Russell, Alastair Kirton and Daisy Aitkens.
Parts filmed in Cornwall (exact locations not known yet).
The Hour of Living Drama directed by Sebastian Michael and Adam Berzsenyi Bellaagh. Starring Sam Fordham, Sebastian Michael and Charlotte Heinimann.
Part filmed in Polperro.
Golden Brown Drama written and directed by Sharon Sheehan. Starring Jenny Agutter, Eleanor James, Jonathan Moore, Sharon Sheehan, Stuart Boother and Dale Brickhill.
Filmed on the Helford River and Prussia Cove.
This Green and Pleasant Land Short (5 min) sci-fi film directed by Justin Heasman. Starring Tara Davin, Dean Nolan and Andi Shacklady.
Filmed somewhere in Cornwall.
World War Z Made by Paramount Pictures. Starring Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos and David Morse. Directed by Marc Forster.
Part (the scenes shot on board ship and at sea) filmed in Falmouth. Main filming on location in Glasgow.
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Sailcloth (Short film) Directed by Elfar Adalsteins. Starring John Hurt. Filmed at Falmouth Wharf and St Mawes.

2012
Summer in February Directed by Christopher Menaul. Starring Dan Stevens, Dominic Cooper, Emily Browning and Harriet Morahan.
Based on the true story of the wild and bohemian Lamorna Group artists' colony in West Cornwall. Filmed at Porthcurno, Holywell Bay, Mousehole, Lamorna Cove, Trereife House in Penzance (as Boskenna Manor House) and Prussia Cove
Release date: 14th June 2013, Duration: 100 minutes.
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About Time Produced and directed by Richard Curtis. Starring Rachel McAdams, Bill Nighy, Margot Robbie and Domhnall Gleeson.
UK Premiere held at the White River Cinema in St Austell on 31st August 2013.
Filmed at Vault Beach (near Gorran Haven), St Michael Penkevil church (near the Tregothnan Estate, Truro), Portloe, Porthpean and Charlestown. (Part also filmed in London).
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The soundtrack to About Time is available on CD
Dark Shadows Directed by Tim Burton. Starring Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer and Helena Bonham Carter. Parts filmed in Cornwall.
Whale! (Short film - 6 min)
Made by Kali Arc
Directors: Ankit Love and Carly Veronica White
Starring: Ankit Love, Simon Rouby and Paul Heinz.
Filmed in Charlestown and St Austell.


2013
Mariah Mundi and the Midas Box
Directed by Jonathan Newman.
Starring Michael Sheen, Sam Neill, Ioan Gruffudd, Aneurin Barnard and Lena Headey.
Part filmed at Charlestown near St Austell and at St Michael's Mount.

In Fear
Director: Jeremy Lovering.
Starring: Iain De Caestecker, Alice Englert, Allen Leech.
Filmed on Bodmin Moor.

The Fold
Made by The Electric Shadow Company
Director: John Jencks
Starring: Catherine McCormack, Marina Stoimenova, Dakota Blue Richards and Owen Teale
Majority filmed in The Lizard area of Cornwall, including Church Cove, Gurnard's Head, Kynance Cove and St Winwaloe Church at Gunwaloe. Plus inside Truro Cathedral.
Released: 28 March 2014

Magpie
Made by Nowhere Fast Productions in association with Mitchell-Brunt Films
Director: Marc Price
Starring: Daisy Aitkens and Craig Russell
Filmed at Trebarwith Strand (near Tintagel), Tintagel, Mouisehole and Penzance.

2014
Welcome To Curiosity
Made by Jericho Lane Pictures
Director: Ben Pickering
Starring: Amrita Acharia, Jack Ashton, Richard Blackwood, Jon Campling and Kacey Barnfield
Filmed at Mimi's Vintage Diner at Bugle (near St Austell), the Plaza Cinema in Truro and the County Arms public house in Truro.


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