Exeter Phoenix’s Two Short Nights fest kicks off tomorrow, boasting a whole bunch of film fun for any self-respecting D+Cineast. Not only will there be beezer work by filmmaker John Sealey (see In A Tate Spot) but those Future Shorts fellers will be on hand, to present a programme which promises to challenge, inspire and – please god – entertain. Starting […]
Combining the best live action shorts with the cream of animation, the Encounters Short Film Festival runs until tomorrow at Watershed, Bristol. If you can’t make it to the festival (and let’s face it, we’ve not given you much notice), why not watch the awards ceremony live online.
An Exeter filmmaker has been given the opportunity to launch his new flick at swanky Tate Britain in London tomorrow.
It’s a pretty sad week for D+Cineasts – maverick director Robert Altman died on Monday, aged 81. He was particularly known for a run of fantastic flicks in the 70s, including MASH and Nashville, but D+C first came to know his work through his later efforts The Player and Short Cuts.
In just five years the Cornwall Film Festival has it has established itself as quite the focal point for new talent and super features