Talk of its demise have been premature (or something like that). Animated Exeter, the animation showcase for the south west and beyond, is set to continue in 2010 with a new slicker, tighter and better look and feel.
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.
Artist Tanya Morel has been increasingly making the transition from theatre to film. Her Fat Lady Dances on the Head of a Pin was a hit at last year’s View From Here, and this year her film The House of No Return, based on a performance from her theatre group Oddbodies, is screening tonight at […]
Scenes from a young person’s film at the Carlton Theatre, Teignmouth, tonight as part of the View From Here . The View From Here, the week-long celebration of moving image throughout South Devon, begins with the Young People’s screening at 7pm at the Carlton Theatre, Teignmouth, from 7pm.
The films from the Imaginary Friends project, which took filmmaking to young people who don’t have easy lives, will be premiered at the Two Short Nights Film Festival at the Exeter Phoenix, on Friday and Saturday November 28 and 29.