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TWO SHORT NIGHTS FILM FESTIVAL
Exeter Phoenix’s 17th annual Two Short Nights Film Festival is back with a diverse and exciting programme of screenings, workshops and events celebrating the world of short film. Enjoy incredible documentaries, stunning cinematography and exceptional storytelling with screenings of must-see films from around the world, alongside emerging local talent.
Shorts #1: Carnal Cravings
A late night selection of sexy and subversive shorts, exploring our innermost carnal urges. From the intricacies of intimacy, to the power of procreation, we peep behind the curtain.
Anette Sidor, 2018, Sweden, Drama, 14mins
On a night out with friends, Alice steals a strap-on and challenges her boyfriend’s thoughts about girls.
Alice Seabright, 2017, UK, Drama, 12mins
Ed loves his job teaching Sex Education in schools. But today, it’s the last thing he wants to do.
Rocío Álvarez, 2017, Brussels, Animation, 10mins
A circular story about the sexuality historical frustrations and pleasures, with a special interest for the concealing of the feminine organ, but also a history of evolution: beings mixing and transforming themselves getting conscience, losing conscience.
Danny Morgan, 2018, UK, Drama, 9mins
A young couple try to navigate their sex life after the birth of their baby.
Veljko Popović, 2018, Croatia/France, Animation, 7mins
The cycling season is nearing its grand finale. During the final race, the two men in the lead are competing for more than the Grand Trophy; they are fighting for the affection of a lady and fulfilment of their erotic fantasies.
Charlie Manton, 2018, UK, Drama, 17mins
A deeply religious teenager struggles to move forward after witnessing his mother commit a sin.
Martina Scarpelli, 2018, France/Denmark, Animation, 12mins
A woman is locked in her home with an egg, which she is both attracted to and scared of. She eats the egg, she repents. She kills it. She lets the egg die of hunger.
Dead. Tissue. Love.
Natasha Austin-Green, 2017, UK, Experimental/Documentary, 9mins
An intimate experimental documentary exploring the individual character of a female necrophile, as she recounts her life experiences and sexual awakening.
This year, Two Short Nights is introducing Festival Passes and Day Tickets, so you can explore more of the festival for less.
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Venue: Exeter Phoenix, Studio 74