Craft Cinema: Friday Screenings
Fri 09 Dec 2022
£6.66* | £11* for both shows | £22.50* for all 6 CRAFT CINEMA screenings
CRAFT CINEMA @ ROUGEMONT GARDENS
THE LAST PLACE IN ENGLAND TO HANG WOMEN AS WITCHES
FRI 9 Dec
Screening 1: ThRED (15)
thRED represents all kinds of women in this world; the good, the
bad, the “witches”.
Screening 2: It Is Easy to Blame the Dark (18)
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DAY PASS – Book both events through the links above and get a discount at the checkout.
Exeter is the last place in England that women were hung as witches. We invite you to return to the place where those women were tried, and sentenced to death, for an immersive short film experience, that in strange ways, shapes, & forms, reflect that ancient evil.
Join us in Rougemont Gardens under the moon and sky on Thursday, Friday or Saturday for one of 6 different site-specific expanded cinema shows, or get a pass and experience them all.
Craft Cinema has been working with MA International Film Business Students from the University of Exeter and the London Film School to develop a unique and immersive expanded cinema show. This is more than just a screening, it is an experience!
Expect weird and wonderful short films woven with art and performance, programmed by an international group of cinephiles & professionals, that are destined to take their place at the forefront of the film industry worldwide, delivering their own responses to Exeter’s specific local history.
This event will take place outdoors. We advise you to dress for all weather and bring appropriate clothing if it is wet or cold. In the event that the forecast predicts weather that may cause a disruption to shows we will contact all customers in advance and follow Exeter Phoenix’s cancellation policy.
This event is kindly sponsored by Evolution Exeter.
Please book by clicking the links to the screenings above.
The entrance will be the gate on Castle Street. Its’ what 3 words location is ///juror.into.humans
IN DREAMS ARE MONSTERS: A season of Folk horror
Cultures will clash and satanic urges expressed through a series of features, short films, immersive walks, live scores and zines we will explore the themes that have influenced Folk Horror through the ages. Drawing on Exeter’s connection to the last witch hangings in England, audiences will delve into the power of nature, explore the root of past anxieties and witness evil beasts awaken across a variety of locations.