Rex, camera, Durlston! – Purbeck Film Festival

Now in its 17th year, Purbeck Film Festival confidently lays claim to being Britain’s longest running rural film festival. It’s also one of the largest with more than 30 venues showing around 70 films to some 4,000 people during its two-week run last year. The Purbeck Shorts competition attracted more than 70 short films, while Read More…

Bournemouth in the Stones Age

When William Wordsworth wrote: ‘Bliss was it in that dawn to be alive, But to be young was very heaven’ he could have been writing about the seismic cultural changes which occurred in post-war Britain. For many in the UK, the 1960s was ‘that dawn’ and to be young and in the right place at Read More…