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The Cornwall Film Festival is a vibrant celebration of Cornish and international filmmaking, offering local and national premieres, master classes, workshops, networking events, prizes and awards.
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The Girl Who Played With Fire Fundraising Event

The Girl Who Played With Fire, the highly anticipated second instalment of the Millennium Trilogy, is coming to Cornwall in September. Noomi Rapace reprises her role as Lisbeth Salander, described by esteemed critic Roger Ebert as “compelling as any movie character in recent memory.”

 

When a researcher and Millennium journalist on the cusp of exposing Sweden’s sex trade are murdered, Lisbeth’s prints turn up on the murder weapon, making her the prime suspect. With a history of violence, she is reported as a danger to society, but she’s nowhere to be found. Mikael Blomkvist, editor-in-chief of Millennium, refuses to believe what he hears on the news and sets out to clear Lisbeth’s name. As he delves deeper, he uncovers some horrible truths about her past, revealing the young woman to be a product of a corrupt system.

 Stieg Larsson’s novels have become the biggest publishing hit since Harry Potter and a Hollywood version is already in the pipeline. LA Times critic Betsy Sharkey wrote highly of The Girl Who Played With Fire, claiming "though the thriller is in the hands of a different film-making team this time, led by Swedish director Daniel Alfredson and screenwriter Jonas Frykberg, they've kept the searing intelligence and ruthless bent that turned the first book's adaptation into an international box office hit." Guardian Film blogger Ben Child found the follow-up to be “a rather sharper piece of film-making than its predecessor, and while the film will appear stylistically bland to viewers used to fiercely stylised Hollywood thrillers, this actually adds to its sense of verisimilitude.” To catch the film before Hollywood gets its hands on it, head to the Phoenix Cinema in Falmouth or the Royal Cinema in St Ives at 5pm on Sunday 5th September. It will also be playing at WTW Cinema's White River Cinema in St Austell on Monday 6th September at 8.15pm. The screenings will be held as part of a fundraising event for this year’s Festival. Thanks to the support of Momentum Pictures, Merlin Cinemas and WTW Cinemas, all proceeds from the ticket sales for these three screening events will go towards this year's Cornwall Film Festival. To book your tickets, contact: The Phoenix Cinema: (01326) 313072The Royal Cinema: (01736) 796843WTW White River Cinema: book online 

The trilogy's finale, The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets' Nest, will be screened at the Cornwall Film Festival, three weeks before the UK release. Visit the website at www.cornwallfilmfestival.com for more information on the Festival which will take place 5th-7th November.

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The Cornwall Film Festival is a vibrant celebration of Cornish and international filmmaking, offering local and national premieres, master classes, workshops, networking events, prizes and awards.

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