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TWO SHORT NIGHTS FILM FESTIVAL
Exeter Phoenix’s Two Short Nights Film Festival is back for its 18th year with another exciting programme of screenings, talks and workshops that celebrate the vibrant world of short film. Whether you make film or love film, join us for must-see short films from across the globe, emerging local talent, and special events with industry professionals.
Exeter Phoenix Commission Premiere
Join us on closing night for the highlight of the festival, the Exeter Phoenix 2019 short film commission premiere screening, and the official opening of our 2020 commission schemes.
- Fri 29 Nov: 7.15pm – 8.15pm
- Sat 30 Nov: 4pm – 5pm
Short Film Commissions
A drama exploring a defining afternoon between two school girls as they take intimate photos to share with an older man.
Exploring 21st-century homosociality, Shuttlecock follows a man forced to question his notion of masculinity after an obsession with a member of his badminton club spirals out of control.
Micro Film Commissions
Flicker follows two deaf campers in a heated argument after a seemingly supernatural run in.
House Hunting is a short film providing and intimate look into how PTSD can manifest itself in veterans.
South West Documentary Commission
Åland is an artistic impression of the relationship between the inhabitants of the Åland islands in Finland and the population of Eurasian wolves who are returning to the archipelago for the first time in over a century.
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*Festival Pass – (all festival events, excluding Reza Pakravan & Agile Rabbit: Big Natural History and Conservation)
*Day Ticket – (all events on your selected day, excluding Reza Pakravan & Agile Rabbit: Big Natural History and Conservation)