Dorset Cereals launches its film festival

September 25, 2009 at 3:07 pm Leave a comment

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This week Mandy has been working on the launch of Dorset Cereals very own film festival! All the budding Shaftsbury Spielberg’s and Dorchester Del Toro’s will have the chance to make their own short film summing up Dorset Cereals belief in simple pleasures.

For more of what we’ve been up to this week click here →»

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The competition is open to anyone and can be live action, animation or just a series of slides. For more details and to enter the competition click here. The images above are of the test film Mandy’s friend and Director, Suzie Roberson made to help launch the competition. The film itself will soon be live on the Dorset Cereals website and features Mandy’s son making his acting debut!

Back in the realms of still life –

From L to R Dorset County Chair for Macmillan  Christine Bueno,  Paul King  Owner of The Three Wishes , Claire Coles Area Manager  for Macmillan, and Michael Rawlinson  from  Sherborne Rotary

I went along to take some photos of The Three Wishes taking part in Macmillan Cancer Support’s ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’. Michael Rawlinson from Sherborne Rotary Club donated £10,000 to Macmillan on the morning and The Three Wishes donated 75% of all its sales of coffee and cake.

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Nickie attended the Feast of Dorset in Wimborne where ‘International Man of Cheese’ Charlie Turnbull from Turnbull’s café and Deli, was running his own cheese tent. Apparently the sun was shining, the wine was flowing and Charlie sold over six stone of Gorgonzola!


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