EXETER PHOENIX SHORT FILM COMMISSION SCREENING 2019

Tue 25 Feb 2020 | 6pm | Free | Running time: 50 mins | Free Screening

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EXETER PHOENIX SHORT FILM COMMISSION SCREENING 2019

Running time: 50 mins
2019 Director: Various


Exeter Phoenix are offering another chance to view last year’s short film commissions on the big screen. The screening will be following by the opportunity to chat with members of Exeter Phoenix digital to find out more about this year’s Short Film Commission opportunities.


Since 2001 Exeter Phoenix has commissioned new work from both filmmakers and visual artists as part of our commitment to supporting artists, nurturing great talent and enabling the production of new work.

Our 2019 commissions line-up is an exciting selection of diverse stories and unique voices showcasing the incredible talent we have in the South West.


Short Film Commissions

Patrick

Louisa Fielden

A drama exploring a defining afternoon between two school girls as they take intimate photos to share with an older man.

 

Shuttlecock

Tommy Gillard

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 Commission

House Hunting

Phil Spencer

House Hunting is a short film providing and intimate look into how PTSD can manifest itself in veterans.


South West Documentary Commission

Åland

Joe Auborn

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.


Find out more about the Exeter Phoenix Commissions here >>


VENUE: EXETER PHOENIX, STUDIO 74

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