Entries are now open for one of the South West’s most vibrant and longest running film festivals, Two Short Nights.
Submissions are invited from filmmakers based across the UK and beyond, working in every genre, from animation and documentary to moving image artwork and music videos.
This uniquely enchanting film reflects on the lives of the cats and the people who shape Istanbul, a rapidly changing city. With playful charm Kedi will surprise cat lovers and documentary lovers alike.
Japanese animation giant Studio Ghibli enlists the talents of Oscar-winning Dutch animator Michaël Dudok De Wit for this exquisite story about the unlikely friendship between an island castaway and an enormous sea turtle.
A talented, young getaway driver relies on the beat of his personal soundtrack to be the best in the game.
★★★★★ ‘Sweet, funny and utterly original — you won’t see a film like it this year.’
My Life as a Courgette tears up the rulebook for children’s cinema, offering a brutally honest and uplifiting, exploring the ways we adapt to the world and make the best of our lives.
Each season, a selection of our films will be caption subtitled. Caption subtitling is a service that makes our film programme accessible to our Deaf/deaf and hearing-impaired customers by displaying additional auditory information on the screen.
Caption subtitled screenings will have a transcription of the film’s dialogue (in English) and a description of the sound in the film along the bottom of the screen.
Exeter Phoenix and Four of Swords are excited to present the fourth edition of Summer Film School 2017. This week long workshop challenges kids aged 10 to 14 years old with the opportunity to work with highly skilled filmmakers in creating a professional short film in just one week!
The only truly independent cinema in Exeter, this intimate and beautifully designed 74 seat screening space presents a rolling programme of first rate independent film and latest arthouse releases within a vibrant arts setting, complete with a buzzing Café Bar.