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Film on the Fal :: Dead Calm

3 June 2010

An exciting chance to see some classic films in the unique setting of the King Harry Ferry.

Returning for a second year, the King Harry Ferry will once again be transformed into a floating cinema as part of the Fal River Festival.

Come and enjoy this unique event as we take the ferry into the middle of the river in the fading light for a cinematic experience unlike any other.

Thursday 3rd June 9.30pm - Dead Calm (Cert 15)

When a married couple set sail on the Pacific Ocean to try to escape the memories of a tragic accident, the high seas soon turn into terrifying ordeal for husband and wife as they come across the sole survivor of a sinking schooner. This thriller will have you on the edge of your seat, as they discover the survivor's story is not at all what it seems, and they must fight against him in a battle for survival.

You will need to wrap up warm and bring your own seats! Bar and sweets concession available on the Ferry.

Parking is available at Trelissick Gardens and the ferry will be boarded on the Feock side at 9:20pm, Philleigh side at 9:30pm, with screenings starting at 9:40pm.

Don't miss out on your chance to see some classic films in the unique setting of the River Fal.

Dates: Thursday 3rd June - Friday 4th June
Time: Film starts at 9.30pm
Price: £8/£4 Under 16's, Students & Over 65's
Website: www.eventcornwall.co.uk
Contact: Event Cornwall on 01872 888089, or email info@eventcornwall.co.uk for more information
Booking: Purchase your tickets online now on the Hall for Cornwall website or contact their box office on 01872 262466 Box Office Cornwall, Back Quay, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 2LL, Telephone: 01872 262466 or visit www.hallforcornwall.co.uk

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