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Exeter Phoenix Digital hosts a number of unique, rare and bespoke screenings each month
Thurs 12 Jan 6.00 & 8.15pm £5.50 (£4.50)
France 2009, 101 mins. Dir. Stephane Brise with Vincent Lindon, Sandrine Kiberlaine, Aure Atika.
Kimberlaine brings a beautiful performance, critical acclaim and a French César Award to this subtle tale set in a small French town, portraying the unlikely attraction between a builder and his son's music teacher.
Buy a combined meal and film ticket for only £11.50 (£10.50 Conc.) and enjoy a specially prepared French meal (6.30-8.30pm). Advance bookings by Tues 10 Jan.
Watch both films for £8
Call the Box Office on 01392 667080 to book
Thur 19 Jan, 6.15pm, £5.50 (£4.50)
Den/Ger 2010 82 mins Dir. Frank Piasecki Poulsen. Documentary
Extraordinary footage is gathered by Poulsen as he visits firstly the Nokia HQ to enquire about the supply of special metals used in mobile phones, and then bravely places himself amongst the armed groups of the Congo who control the casserite mines through violence and child labour. Don't buy that new smart phone till you've seen this!
Thur 19 Jan, 8.15pm, £5.50 (£4.50)
US 2011 88 mins. Dir. Morgan Spurlock. Documentary.
Following his hit 'Super Size Me', the entertaining Spurlock investigates the world of marketing and 'product placement', dragging in, amongst other witnesses, Noam Chomsky, Ralph Nader, Quentin Tarantino and Donald Trump. Humour is his principle weapon as he uses his very targets to fund his own documentary.
"He makes you laugh till it hurts" - ROLLING STONE
Thur 2 Feb, 6pm, £5.50 (£4.50)
Mex 2011 113 mins Dir. Gerardo Naranjo with Stephanie Sigman, Irene Azuela, Miguel Couturier
23-year-old Laura has one simple dream - to become a beauty queen. Unexpectedly she finds herself caught up with a violent drug-smuggling cartel and her life is on the line.
Please contact Exeter Phoenix Box Office to book.
Thur 2 Feb, 8.10pm, £5.50 (£4.50)
UK, 2011 80 mins. Dir. Dan Edelsyn with Conrad Asquith, Anthony Style, Daniel Edelstyn
A dizzying mesh of stories and techniques that ambitiously combines a documentary about entering the alcohol industry, an investigation of one family's history and a recreation of key historical events of the 20th Century.
Followed by a Q & A with the director
To coincide with David Blandy's exhibition in Phoenix Gallery, the artist has selected two Japanses anime classics that have influenced his work
Watch both films for £8
Thu 9 Feb, 6pm, £5.50 (£4.50)
Japan, 1983, 83 mins. Dir. Mori Masaki with Issei Miyazaki, Masaki Kôda and Seiko Nakano
A powerful statement against war, Barefoot Gen is a story about the effect of the atomic bomb on a boy's life and the lives of the Japanese people
Thu 9 Feb, 8pm, £5.50 (£4.50)
Japan, 1988, 124mins Dir, Katsuhiro Ohtomo with Nozomu Sasaki, Mami Koyama and Mitsuo Iwata
Whilst Japan rebuilds its country in post WWIII, two high school drop-outs attempt to challenge the powerful mastermind behind a secret government weapon - telekinetic humans!
Monthly inspirational nights featureing a programme of talks, screenings and events that explore the creative world of the moving image, digital art and culture. Held in our Back Box Studio.
Tickets for Tuesday Collectives are available in advance from the box office on 01392 667080
Tue 17 Jan, 7.30pm, FREE
Artist, Steven Paige, explores the concept of fraternity in a new work that incorporates performance, video and installation. in this informal talk Paige will discuss his exhibtion and wider practices.
About the exhibition
Fri 13 Jan - Sat 21 Jan, FREE, Exeter Phoenix Galleries
The work investigates the possibilities and outcomes of re-performance and re-articulation of text and video by the daily performance of a short section of an appropriated 1980’s movie script.
The performances take place within a staged installation that will host a single screen video presentation beyond the set performance times.
Tue 21 Feb, 8.00pm, Black Box, FREE
Tue 20 Mar, 7.00pm, Black Box, FREE
Image: Paper Hearts, Dir.Rob Brown
Using examples of his worrk, Director/Short Film maker Rob Brown will break down the process of concept to product as he talks through his journey of creating some of his most sucessful short films.
About Rob Brown
A comfortable and safe monthly cinema experience for little ones and thier parents/carers, featuring a handpicked selection of flicks to suit film fans. Expect aminations, shorts, classics and world cinema.
FREE with any purchase from the Cafe Bar. Spaces are limited so please book in advance.
Tickets available from Exeter Box Office, 01392 667080.
Toddlers/Pre-school >>>Tue 17 Jan, 21 Feb, 20 Mar, 10.30am & 2.30pm. FREE
Family Sunday screenings >>> Sun 29 Jan, Sun 26 Feb, Sun 25 Mar, 1pm. FREE
Find out what films we are screening by signing up to our KinkderKino mailing list.
Or call the Phoenix Digital office on 01392 667066
Varous venues, Dates tbc
Exeter Phoenix Digital is taking the 2011 Premiere Screening from the Two Short Nights Film Festival on tour.
Watch this space to find out where and when.
The tour will feature this years Short film commission films, Greenlight commissions and 2011 Phoenix supported films. Find out more about the commissions here.
Kino Queerling features regular free screenings of your favourite queer and cult films in the Exeter Phoenix Cafe-Bar!
Next Kino Queerling dates:
Mon 5 Dec, 8.30pm (Black Box)
Mon 12 Dec
Mon 19 Dec
To find out what is being screened join the Kino Queerling facebook group at
Exeter Phoenix Digital acknowledges funding and support from the following;
Devon County Council, Arts Council England, Exeter City Council, South West Screen & UK Film Council (Lottery Funded).
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