Screening #7 | Local Talent
Two Short Nights
Fri 29 Nov 2019
5pm - 6.30pm
Exeter Phoenixs 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.
A showcase dedicated to the most promising emerging filmmaking talent from across the South West. Followed by a director Q&A to discuss and share their filmmaking experiences with the audience.
Kate Graham, 2019, UK, Animation/Drama, 8 mins
In the near future, a teenager uses an app to play back her memories, ignoring the call and texts of concerned friends. A short sci-fi that explores grief in the digital age.
Andy Thatcher, 2019, UK, Documentary, 9 mins
Striking shots of the M5 bridge and its surrounding landscape complement a meticulous, meditative voice-over, both of which investigate how biography, aesthetics and geography can collide to link us with nature, the wider world, and one another.
Ellie Jo Hilton, 2019, UK, Drama, 15mins
Odd Girls is set in the midst of the UK’s AIDS crisis, when a young lesbian finds herself caring for a dying adversary when everybody else has abandoned him.
Annie Martin, 2019, UK, Documentary, 9 mins
A documentary exploring the benefits of risk-taking for women in outdoors adventure sport.
Lois Norman, 2019, UK, Dance, 9 mins
What if, you can be all of who you are and still allow another? That just for one night, judgement no longer exists? What if, an intimacy of touch, a truth of want, Swivels around your doubt and trusts? What if, love is not a gender, it is a swivel of the heart?
Amanda Bluglass, 2019, UK, Documentary, 5 mins
Bob and Marion are addicted to running marathons. Theyve been doing it for decades, and dont seem to be slowing down yet.
George Barron, 2019, UK, Animation, 8 mins
Mary, a heroic pigeon from Exeter flew top-secret messages across the English Channel in the Second World War. Local youth groups, partner organisations and many volunteers produced 1000s of mono-prints and drawings to animate this amazing true story.
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