Alex White’s short film In the Garden of Terrible Delights was premiered Kinky and Quirky’s burlesque Valentine’s Day bash in Exeter, on… er… Valentine’s Day. To celebrate with our own hunk of love, we thought we’d take a gander at some of Alex’s experiences making his first film, Deadly Illusions. Take it away Alex
Anna Navas, the Plymouth Arts Centre film programmer, will present the screening of the legendary Bicycle Thieves at the arts centre cinema on Tuesday, February 24. The film’s no a laugh riot, with the feeling that no matter how hard you try there is no escape from the daily grind of existence (some things never […]
Today feels a bit anticlimactic -no more Talent Campus and probably no more film parties I can get into. It’s cold as well, very, very cold. Almost everyone at the market has already given up and gone home or else gone to the nearest bar. I’m left to reflect on things for the day before […]
Animator and spine chiller supremo Ashley Thorpe starts a series on his top five spooky films. Number 5: Alien HORROR. I confess. I’m a man obsessed. I’ve been fascinated with horror as long as I can remember; from Where the Wild Things Are to Grimms fairy tales. From Greek myth to the Universal monsters with […]
Film posters, on a cinema, are you mad? Exeter City Council has pointed out how ridiculous it would be to have posters on the city’s Vue cinema by saying they would be “visually intrusive and an unsympathetic addition to the building”.