Shorts #6: Local Talent + Director Q&A
Sold Out | Two Short Nights
Wed 29 Nov 9200
5.30pm - 7pm
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.
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.
Rebecca Gosnell, 2018, UK, Drama, 15mins
After enduring weeks of abuse and becoming a prisoner in her own home, an elderly widow is forced to fight back against her tyrannical neighbours as their cruel pranks begin to threaten the safety of her young granddaughter.
Grace Fox, 2018, UK, Drama, 17mins
A middle-aged Cornish fisherman struggles to work after suffering a great loss which leads to a debilitating fear of the sea.
Tommy Gillard, 2018, UK, Drama, 15mins
Three estranged siblings gather round their fathers coffin to mourn and discuss their inheritance. But when a knock sounds from within the casket, the siblings need to decide which is more important… Family, or fortune?
Paddy Earle, 2018, UK, Drama, 11mins
In a Somerset town filled with sceptics, two siblings set out to prove the existence of extraterrestrial life.
Chris Jones, Guy Natanel & Benjie Croce, 2018, UK, Documentary, 10mins
This is Phonic takes you to the heart of Exeters community radio station Phonic FM. Shot in their tiny basement studio, this film lays bare the passion and personalities of the dedicated DJs that launch their voices onto the airwaves.
Heidi Jones, 2018, UK, Drama, 5mins
After a night of failed new year’s eve celebrations, two very different women find common ground after discussing their approaches to risk taking.
Mike Wozniak, 2017, UK, Drama, 13mins
When Sally’s husband is trapped in an underground cave during a diving accident she finds herself trapped in the company of a talkative constable and an unwelcome guest.
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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