In the run up to Exeter’s outdoor cinema event Big Screen In The Park, the gnomes from Amelie have gone on holiday! If you see one on their travels, take a selfie and share it on social media using #bigscreeninthepark. Favourite gnome holiday snaps will win a pair of tickets to Big Screen In The Park.
Exeter Phoenix is excited to announce that the Two Short Nights Film Festival’s call for entries is now open.
The deadline for entries is Friday 17th July 2015 and films of any genre under 15 minutes in length are invited to submit. Films may be submitted into one of two categories; Short Film (including music video and animation) and Documentary.
We have come a long way since the first Big Screen when our audience huddled together in a car park to share the collective experience of cinema, but really, very little has changed. The formula of fresh air, bums on rugs and a great selection of films on our mighty pop up screen still all contribute to make Big Screen in the Park a cinematic adventure.
Summer Film School EXETER will provide school kids aged 10 to 13 years old with the opportunity to work with highly skilled filmmakers in creating a professional short film. This is to be shown at a special premiere screening as well as being submitted to film festivals around the world.
With new immersive cinema experiences, special post-screening events, plus discussions and Q&As, you can now get more out of your Monday night trip to the cinema than ever before. With tickets priced at just £5 across the board, films range…