Ingrid Bergman, David Bowie, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Yoko Ono and Whoopi Goldberg will all feature at the St Ives September Festival as part of it's film season.

The Festival film programme at St Ives Arts Club on Westcott Quay will be themed around 'the artistic life,' and begins on Sunday, September 10, with the documentary Eames: The Architect & The Painter, about the lives and designs of Charles and Ray Eames, famous for their furniture.

It continues with An Angel at My Table, the story of Janet Frame, New Zealand's most treasured poet and writer, on Wednesday, September 13.

On Saturday, September 16, Annie Liebovitz: Life Through A Lens provides a fascinating look into the career of the photographer, from her early years spent documenting bands and music for Rolling Stone magazine to portraiture and fashion photography for the likes of Vogue and Vanity Fair. The documentary includes behind-the-scenes’ footage, a great selection of her best known images and interviews with an array of celebrities including Whoopi Goldberg, Rosanne Cash, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Yoko Ono and many more.

Basquiat, on Wednesday, September 20, starring Jeffrey Wright, Benicio Del Toro and David Bowie, depicts early 1980s New York, capturing Basquiat's meteoric rise to fame, from living in a cardboard box, decorating New York streets with memorable cryptic graffiti, to selling his neo-expressionistic art to the highest bidder - all before his untimely death aged 27.

The festival film programme ends with Ingrid Bergman: In Her Own Words on Saturday, September 23.

It features the golden girl of Hollywood’s golden age - a three time Academy Award winner best remembered for her roles in Casablanca (1942), Notorious (1946) and Autumn Sonata (1978) to name just a few.

This engrossing study and intimate portrait is told through Bergman’s personal diaries, letters and photos, and lively Super 8 film footage, mostly shot by the actress herself.

Admission is £5.50 for each film, with a five-film discount providing a £3.50 refund after you have seen the final one.

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