Small, independent film company based in Exeter, Rendered Pictures, are currently in post production with their latest sci fi feature entitled Alien Outbreak and on the lookout for a costume designer/maker.
Get some welcome relief from the sun/ rain/ etc (delete where applicable) in the cinematic sanctuary that is Studio 74 at the Exeter Phoenix, as they offer tickets at just £5!
Big Screen in the Park is back for 2017 and with seven nights of open air screenings, cinema is bigger than ever!
Photographer and filmmaker Jimmy Swindells is looking for professional crew for his Exeter Phoenix commissioned short comedy/drama, titled The Aisle.
A real-life primate expert joined stars of new film War for the Planet of the Apes for a Q&A with journalists.
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.
Celebrate this season’s winter sports with the annual Warren Miller Film Tour, which is coming to the Hall for Cornwall, Truro on Monday 9 January and the Corn Exchange, Exeter on Wednesday 11 January!
Hot on the heels of a London retrospective of her films, director and artist Nina Danino will be at Studio 74 at the Exeter Phoenix for a screening of her film Jennifer and a Q&A.
Director George Griffiths has ‘become infatuated with the creative process of documentary film making’. We got in touch and asked why, and to find out more about his Exeter Phoenix RAW Film Commission documentary, The Visions in the Dark, about people with Charles Bonnet Syndrome.
An inquisitive eye and the sense of a good story are ideal attributes for a filmmaker, and Luke Hagan displayed them both as he unearthed (which sounds so much nicer than ‘stumbled on’) the story of one of the world’s top designers who lives and works in Exeter.
Get ready for some emotional journeys and pop along to the Alien Nation season of films at the Exeter Phoenix’s Studio 74 cinema.
Owain Astles first took to the streets of Bristol to film interviews with homeless people in an attempt to counter the negativity he’d come across, but he had no idea of the reaction he’d get, or what his Sleeping Rough film would grow into.
Billed, by us, as a tale of Morris dancers and mind control, the trailer for Luke Jeffery’s film Hell’s Bells has been released.
In a live pitch, budding filmmakers are being given the opportunity to win a package of support from the Exeter Phoenix, to make their film idea reality.
Having smashed its Crowdfunder target earlier this year, Hell’s Bells, made by Exeter-based film and theatre company Wandering Tiger, will receive a local screening on Friday 2 December 2016 at Exeter Phoenix as part of the Two Short Nights film festival.
Exeter residents might spot some unusual happenings in the city on the second weekend of November, as hoards of determined and sleep-deprived teams race to make a film from scratch in a single weekend.
The repainting and refurbishment of the outside of the Exeter Picturehouse, to coincide with the cinema’s 20th anniversary this October, is now complete.
Kids are becoming an ever more obvious fixture at cinemas, whether it’s parent and baby screenings, Saturday film clubs, or creeping into Suicide Squad (you know who you are!), but the Brood Film Fest, set to touch down in Exeter, offers a new view of the younglings and ‘early parenthood as never seen before in public’.
An exciting new sci-fi movie hit the shelves – virtual and otherwise – earlier this month. The film Robot World, which has been compared to the work of Neil Blomkamp, was shot in Exeter, Plymouth and on Dartmoor by a small, dedicated and obvs talented Exeter team.
Studio 74 at Exeter Phoenix will host Through a Different Lens Film Festival on Saturday 14th May. The event will screen two documentaries which feature the cultural contributions of Black, African and Caribbean culture and talent in film.
It’s a sunny day, which is just as well as writer/director Luke Jeffery is scouting a location for a summer fete after our conversation. Although you wouldn’t put it past Luke to somehow conjure up a snowstorm as a backdrop for summer activities. Judging by his films, he has a rather side-long view of the world.