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Exeter filmmaker David Salas, whose last film Uncomfortable won a Best Film Award at Two Short Nights 2009 and was nominated for an independent film and video Plymouth Media Partnership Media Innovation Award, is looking for a male actor for his next project.
Tera Toma, by Syndrome Pictures, Uncomfortable, by David Salas and the Sundog Media production Sea Front are the three films fighting out the for the Media Innovations Award for Independent Film/Video -and all three hail from the D+CFilm stomping ground.
We’ve got the pictures of the winners from the D+CFilm-sponsored Two Short Nights film festival at the Exeter Phoenix.
The winning film from this year’s Two Short Nights film festival, sponsored by D+CFilm, are an eclectic mix, but one thing is sure, they point to the deep and developing talent of filmmakers in Devon and Cornwall. Now for the results!
For this week’s film of the week we’ve returned to South Devon filmmaker Robin Whenary. Why? Because he’s picked up another prize that’s why!
Actors listen up. Two older actors, one male and one female (playing 60 plus) and one female (playing between 20 and 30) are required for David Salas’ next film.
The Simple Lies Experiment will be putting on an art exhibition at the Exeter Picturehouse between April 14 and 28.
The film community is growing, and on the D+CFilm social network, David Salas -the brains behind the innovative Simple Lies Experiment -has posed the question of creating a self-funding filmmaking co-operative.
Prepare for Plan 9, not from Outer Space, but from the Exeter Phoenix media Centre. It is the arts centre’s very own monthly movie round up programme to be broacast over the Exeter Phoenix’s very own radio station. But don’t worry, you can hear it over the internet – apparently. [Read more…] about â€¢ PLAN 9 ON THE AIRWAVES
The deadline for the next stage of the Simple Lies Experiment -the multi-format, multi-authored collaborative film project -which is due to be screened at the Exeter Picturehouse on January 27 at 6pm, is January 15.