Commission Premiere with Award Ceremony + After Party
Two Short Nights
Mon 17 Apr 9200
9pm - Midnight
Exeter Phoenixs 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.
The festival finale and a chance to watch premieres of the five short films commissioned by Exeter Phoenix this year. After the screening we will be chatting to the filmmakers to hear their experience of the process and open the applications for our 2019 commission schemes.
We will be presenting awards for the festivals Best Short Film Award and the Audience Choice Award. Join us afterwards in the Café Bar, where DJ Ducky will be bringing us the best film soundtrack classics at the Two Short Nights after party.
Alexander Warn, 2018, UK, Animation, 3mins
A man has his reality reshaped by a threat of his own construction.
Andy Thatcher, 2018, UK, Documentary, 3mins
Walks of Life celebrates being in the places that matter most. From Paul’s photographic trip around St. Thomas, to Jo and Adam’s meditative river walk along the Otter and Cathy’s ascent of Rame Head, these varied journeys all have a place in the heart for each walker.
Holly Summerson, 2018, UK, Animation, 4mins
Two birdwatchers share a magical ability to turn into birds. When one has to go away, the other must learn to take off on her own. Birdwatching is a mixed-media animation about isolation, independence and rural queer love.
Riyadh Haque, 2018, UK, Drama, 15mins
Yasmin, an impressionable South Asian teen, finds herself trapped between her strict, traditional family and the man she is in love with. One night, when Yasmin sneaks out to a party, she inadvertently starts a chain of events that changes her life forever.
Matty Crawford, 2018, UK, Drama, 11mins
On the day of the EU referendum, an Asian British kid trudges across the British countryside, unaware of the racial tensions and political shifting landscapes around him, as he proudly wears his England football shirt.
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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