Be very afraid... with Jekyll and Hyde, vampires and werewolves
Another aspect of the St Ives Festival that is always popular is the highly anticipated film season, featuring classic films at the St Ives Art Club.
This year there's a monster theme, with screenings of scary movies from the silent era to a 1980s cult classic.
The season begins with Rouben Mamoulian's sexually charged 1931 version of Robert Louis Stevenson's Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (September 15).
Frederic March plays the mild-mannered scientist who turns into homicidal maniac Mr Hyde after taking a potion.
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The film was controversial when first released before the Hays Code in American clamped down on inappropriate content.
The most recent film in the season is An American Werewolf in London (1981), directed by John Landis and starring Jenny Agutter and Griffin Dunne, will be show on Wednesday, September 18.
German silent movie Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror (1922), pictured left, was directed by Friedrich W Murnau and Max Schreck as the vampire Count Orlok. It's being show on Friday, September 20.
The Mist (2007), directed by Frank Darabont, is based on a Stephen King novella and will be shown on Monday, September 23.
Film season then returns to the classic black and white Frankenstein (1931). Directed by James Whale, it is showing on September 25, and if you take along your tickets to the other films, you can get in for just £2.