The official ticket launch for one of Exeter’s most anticipated summer events kicked off in Princesshay with a surprise flashmob of lindy hop dancers.
Entries are now open for one of the South West’s most vibrant and longest running film festivals, Two Short Nights.
The Exeter-based global Digital Institute for Early Parenthood (DIEP) is hosting a one-off screening at Exeter Picturehouse of the British film The New Man.
Melancholic comedy, a bit of a love letter to friendship plus Thelma and Louise meets Casper the friendly ghost, the British indie flick Burn Burn Burn is calling into Exeter with a special Q&A (via Skype) with first time helmer Chanya Button.
The creepily unnerving and darkly funny I Am Not A Serial Killer is getting a special screening at the Exeter Picturehouse, followed by a Q&A with writer / director Billy O’Brien and master puppeteer William Todd Jones – both of whom live within the glittering orb of Devon’s Hollywood on the moor. Plus, there promises to be a ‘special guest’ to be revealed at the Q&A, and who knows, it could be one of the movie’s most well-known talents, Christopher Lloyd.