An entertaining documentary about the men and women who bring Scotch whisky to life. The distillation of Scotch whisky, whose Gaelic name means ‘water of life’, is a centuries-old practice. The film journeys to the Scottish countryside to uncover the history of the craft and meet some of the biggest names in the industry, in a revealing look at how Scotch became the premiere spirit of choice around the globe.
Exeter Phoenix and Four of Swords are proud to present the sixth edition of their hugely successful (and now international!) Summer Film School. This week long workshop (Mon 29 Jul – Fri 2 Aug) is aimed at kids aged 10 to 14 years old. It offers the chance to work with skilled filmmakers to create a professional short film from scratch in just one week!
From the writer of Let the Right One In comes a mesmerising and genre-defying dark fairytale set in modern-day Sweden. Tina is a customs agent with a nose for trouble. She can literally smell human emotions, which is a handy talent for sniffing out suspicious border crossers.
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.
Tina, a busy mother of three, can barely find any time for herself. With her husband on nightshifts, her eldest daughter being bullied at school, her parents’ relationship on the rocks, not to mention juggling her own full-time job, she feels life overwhelming her. But things are about to get even more complicated when the reappearance of a former school rival forces Tina to face up to some difficult memories.
This March, we are excited to welcome back The Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme for a series of six screenings offering you the chance to experience Japan through cinema.