Submissions Now Open For Two Short Nights Film Festival

We are now inviting submissions for Two Short Nights short film festival.

Submissions are invited from every genre including drama, animation, documentary, artists moving image, experimental film and music videos.

Selected 8

Selected is a new collection of diverse artists’ film and video touring the UK in May-July 2018, taking place at some of the UK’s leading venues for showcasing artists’ film and video.

The Piano (15)

Jane Campion became the first female director to win the Palme d’Or for The Piano. To celebrate the film’s 25th anniversary, Exeter Phoenix will be showing a digital restoration of this extraordinary, triumphant masterpiece about a mute woman’s rebellion in a newly colonised, Victorian era New Zealand.

Sicilian Ghost Story

Real-life horror meets dark fairytale in this unmissable Italian masterpiece.

£5 Films For Under 25s!

Under 25s can enjoy £5 cinema tickets for all films at Exeter’s home of independent cinema, Studio 74.

Morning Movies For £4.50

Looking for an entertaining way to kickstart your day? With tickets just £4.50, join us in Studio 74 for a selection of early morning screenings of new releases.

The Bromley Boys (15)

A boy, a girl, and the worst football team in England. You can’t choose who you fall in love with.

The Boy Downstairs (12A)

From first-time writer-director Sophie Brooks, this original romantic comedy is the coming-of-age tale of a young writer looking to find her way back in New York City after a two-year stint in London.

The Happy Prince (12A)

Rupert Everett’s directorial debut brings the story of his hero Oscar Wilde’s final years to the big screen with grace, depth and dignity.

The Bookshop (15)

When a woman decides to open a bookshop in her rural town she is met with polite but ruthless opposition. Based on the celebrated novel, this is a sumptuous and intimate film about overcoming the odds.

Lek And The Dogs

Experimental artist and auteur Andrew Kötting creates a groundbreaking crossover between narrative film and contemporary art piece, based on the award-winning play by Hattie Naylor. The film is inspired by the true story of Ivan Mishukov, who walked out of his apartment at the age of four and spent two years living on the city streets where he was adopted by a pack of wild dogs.

Cinema at Studio 74

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.

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