Lake Bodom Addition Information

Sat 04 Feb 2017, Fri 10 Feb 2017 | £8 (£6)*

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Lake Bodom – Additional Information

Welcome to the additional information section for Lake Bodom. Here you will find further information about the film, including information relevant for BSL and deaf audiences.

Accessibility

Scandifilm is a season of Nordic and Scandinavian cinema. It will take place through out January, February and March at Exeter Phoenix. Scandifilm is unique and enchanting. It will feature exciting film experiences that offer a taste of the Scandinavian culture. At Scandifilm you can see the best new dramas, enlightening documentaries and immerse yourself in the magic of cinema.

There will be five screenings, which will be accessible to Deaf audiences. This includes Girls Lost. The other accessible films will be Girls Lost, Nice People, The Happiest Day In The Life Of Olli Mäki and The Day Will Come.  

Find out more about accessibility at Exeter Phoenix here and do not hesitate to contact our box office if you have any questions. 

We are currently looking to improve our screenings and events that are suitable for BSL and Deaf audiences. If you have any feedback – however big or small – we would love to hear from you. 

 

Synopsis

Lake Bodom is a horror film based on a true story about four teenagers who were stabbed to death in their tent in 1960s. The crime was never solved. The film is set in present day, in Finland. Four teenagers go on a camping trip to the same site. They have heard about the murders that happened many years ago and they try to solve the mystery. As night falls their attempts to solve the crime does not go to plan.

Please note

Unfortunately our makeshift camp experience is no longer taking place. On the upside, we’ll be giving away a free can of Pistonhead lager to everyone 18+ visiting the cinema for this screening. For any queries don’t hesitate to give our box office a call on 01391 667080. 

Short Film Specials

We will be screening two specially selected short films before the main feature. 

NIGHTMARE OF GARBHLACH 
Dir Rupert Green. 3 mins. UK. Commissioned by Exeter Phoenix

Scotland 1963. Scared and on the run Robert and Gene lose the Police at the Edinburgh Festival. They arrive at Garbhlach the most westerly point of Britain set up a tent and relax. However a supernatural entity watches and waits before it turns their dream into a nightmare.

POLAROID 
Dir Lars Klevberg.16 mins. Norway. Winner of Best Short at LA Horror competition 2015. 

Sarah and Linda discover an old Polaroid camera in the clearing of Sarah’s house. In their own selfishness they exploit the camera, only to discover what horrible past it hides.

Venue: Studio 74, Exeter Phoenix

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