Over the past two days the Exeter Phoenix have shown international shorts, documentaries and even award winning contemporary short films.
The Aeon Festival is calling for films for its sci-fi-themed extravaganza, which takes place in Crediton, August 28 -30.
To catch the latest in 3-D films, pop along to the Vue cinema in Plymouth for a week of eye-popping action. And 3-D films have moved on a long way since Jaws 3-D (although how can you compete with Denis Quaid in 3-D shorts?).
This week’s Something For the Weekend music video for Obedientbone draws on a bit of history and brings us right up to date.
Hugh Ellis, screenwriter of the award-winning film Summer, will be discussing the impact of new media and media ownership with actor and director Peter Ellis at the Exeter Phoenix on Wedensday, July 1 at 2pm.
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There’s a documentary filmmaking course as part of the Dartmoor Arts Summer School, between July 25 and July 31.
Don’t you just hate it when the house you break into with your mum is the home of a deranged psychopath (is there any other kind?), who just wants to feed you to his petunias? This is the world of Robbing Peter, the latest short from the dark minds of Ashley Wing and Clayton Fussell.
Last week we received news that Robin Whenary had won a prize in Hungary for his short film Fear, and for this week’s D+CFilm Film of the Week, we thought we’d bring you another of Robin’s offerings – Motion.
Devon filmmaker Robin Whenary has picked up the Students’ Jury Prize at the Kid’s Eye Film Festival in Hungary for his film Fear, which has had screening at both Two Short Nights and the View From Here film festivals.
Back in 2006 The Crinoline and the Rose from Emma Kempton and Anson Hartford was wowing audiences with its magical tale. Couple that with a superbly shot, touchingly performed, surreal experience and you start to recognise why the film has gathered such broad appeal.
Plymouth filmmakers GET Crucial produced this weekend’s music video for Crazy Arm’s latest release Broken by the Wheel. We caught up with Chris Southern to find out more about what drives GET Crucial and how they go about making their movies
Exeter filmmaker Toby de Burgh, who picked up the jury prize and the D+CFilm sponsored award at Two Short Nights at the Exeter Phoenix, is looking for a new location for his latest film.
Less than 24 hours after Ashley Wing finished shooting on his latest short, Robbing Peter, we thought we’d revisit one of his earlier works for the D+CFilm Film of the Week A Hard Day’s Knight.
Exeter film makers Ashley Thorpe and Toby De Burgh have been commissioned to produce new work as part of the UK Film Council’s Digital Shorts scheme.
Here’s the latest video for Alex Gimson, Mr Sinner Man, from filmmaker Luke Hagan, who picked up an award for best student film at last year’s Two Short Nights film festival at the Exeter Phoenix for his film One Year On.
Chew TV and Cornwalleye Media are calling for young filmmakers in Cornwall to make a short film showing the best of what Cornwall has to offer.
Ashley Thorpe’s Scayrecrow is making a continental journey with a visit to Cannes’ Short Film Corner in this year’s Festival de Cannes.
You’ve got until Tuesday, June 30 to get your films in for the Bristol-based short film extravaganza that is Encounters, and now you can do it all online.
First impressions count, even more so when your film’s involved. The pitch is an essential tool of your filmmaking armoury, that’s why we’ve set up a special, fun task that will get your pitching muscle primed.
South Devon filmmaker Robin Whenary picked up second prize in the international section in the Short Film Festival of India for his naturalistic documentary Wwoofing.
Ashley Wing’s Poppies picked up the Best Film award from the FXhome 2009 awards.
The artistic juggernaut that is the Joy Collective is looking for short films made by emerging South West-based artists that deal with one or more of the four natural elements – wind, water, earth, and fire.
Apparently it’s the European Union’s Year of Creativity and Innovation and you’re going to need every ounce of that to win the €3,000 on offer for a film about European Entrepreneurship, which, given the current, economic situation, seems a bit of a hollow theme. Then, again, given the current economic situation, €3,000 is nothing to be sniffed at.