Screenings
Events
Talks

INTERNATIONAL OPEN | MAKE-SHIFT-
48 HOUR FILM | PAUL MAGEE; ARTIST TALK | 10 BIG YEARS
2011 PREMIERE SCREENING | SECOND CHANCE SCREENING




Tuesday 15 Nov 2011>>>

TWO SHORT NIGHTS TEASER

tUE 15 nOV, 8PM, free

Some films contain strong language or other material not suitable for a younger audience.

Exeter Phoenix Digital's TUESDAY COLLECTIVE presents an exclusive selection of short film's entered in to this year's International Open Screening. Featuring films from Germany, Spain, Canada, the UK and the Czech Republic, this screening is guaranteed to tickle the taste buds and prepare you for the big event in December.

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thursday 1 Dec 2011>>>

INTERNATIONAL OPEN SCREENING 1

Thu 1 Dec, 2011 5.30pm, £3.50 (£2.50)

Some films contain strong language or other material not suitable for a younger audience.

This year's International Open Screening will showcase some of the best films from around the globe, covering a broad range of genres and styles.
This is a screening not to be missed.

To book your place please call Exeter Phoenix Box Office on 01392 667080

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Make-Shift-

Thu 1 Dec 2011, 9.00pm, Black Box, FREE

This will be an intimate and unique live event combining webcam videography, avatar puppetry and audience particiapation.

MAKE-SHIFT – devised and brokered by Paula Crutchlow and Helen Varley Jamieson.



1st Dec
8pm Gallery 36, Denmark Rd, Exeter
9pm Black Box, Exeter Phoenix

MAKE-SHIFT is an intimate networked performance that re-imagines the private actions of our domestic lives as multiple, interconnected and with global consequences.
The event happens simultaneously between two ordinary houses and an online performance space available to anyone with internet.

As part of Two Short Nights MAKE-SHIFT will be performed between Gallery 36 , Denmark Rd, Exeter, a town house in Munich, Germany, and an online performance space accessed at www.make-shift.net. There will be a live interactive screening of the event in the Black Box studio at Exeter Phoenix.

A house party, a chat room, a slide show and a performance process, make-shift is a live event for the 21st century where audience members are essential participants and co-authors of each unique performance.

8pm Gallery 36 audience - places are strictly limited and booking is essential. Cost of entry is a snack to share with fellow guests and a donation to the ongoing costs of the project. We ask you to arrive at 8pm for 'warm up' activities and bring with you all the plastic you have used during the previous 24 hour period (washed if necessary).
YOU MUST BOOK YOUR PLACE IN ADVANCE
by contacting the Exeter Phoenix box office 01392 667080

9pm Live Screening in the Black Box, Exeter Phoenix – this is a hosted event from 9pm with the chance to interact in 'real-time' with audiences in Gallery 36 and Munich. Please bring your plastic to take part in the guided activities. Entrance is Free but donations are very welcome.

For more information have a look at the make-shift website where online audience members will find a live link to the performance from half an hour before the event.

MAKE-SHIFT is a Blind Ditch project originally commissioned by Beaford Arts and supported by UpStage networked performance platform. This event is part of a regional/international tour supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. If you are interested in hosting a make-shift event in your home contact

MORE ABOUT MAKE-SHIFT- >>>

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To book your place please call Exeter Phoenix Box Office on 01392 667080 or email '

Cineon-Productions
48 Hour Film Challenge Screening

Thu 1 Dec 2011, 9.15pm, FREE

cineon-productions

Tickets must be booked in advance.
Some films contain strong language or other material not suitable for a younger audience.


The very best of this year’s 48 Hour Film Challenge where each film has been written, shot and edited in just two days. An award is presented to the best film.

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Find out more about Cineon-Productions >>>

To book your place please call Exeter Phoenix Box Office on 01392 667080

FRIDAY 2 dec 2011>>>

Artist Talk:Paul Magee (Digital Arts Commission 2011)

Fri 2 Dec, 2.30pm,Free

An Open talk about the current Phoenix Gallery Exhibition 'Planet Elsewhere' by the artist behind the work. Giving you the opportunity to ask questions, express your opinions and explore art with others.

Follow the development of Planet Elsewhere on the project Blog at: www.p000m0000.com/log.html


10 big years of
Two Short Nights

Fri 2 Dec, 6.30pm, £3.50 (£2.50)

Some films contain strong language or other material not suitable for a younger audience.

To celebrate the last 9 years of excellent filmmaking we will be speaking to a live panel of film makers who have been part of Exeter Phoenix Digital's Short Film Commissions, and who have had thier work screened at previous Two Short Nights Fetivals.

Some festival favourite films will be screened and there will be a chance to hear what the film makers have achieved following thier commission opportunity. Watch this space to find out more about which filmmkaer will be on the panel.
If you are a Two Short Night Festival Fan or this is your first Festival expereince 10 Big Years of Two Short Nights is a must see.



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To book your place please call Exeter Phoenix Box Office on 01392 667080

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Exeter Phoenix Digital Short Films 2011
Premiere Screening

Fri 2 Dec 2011, 9pm, £3.50 (£2.50)

Some films contain strong language or other material not suitable for a younger audience.

The festival finale and your chance to experience the premiere of this year’s short films created with the support of Exeter Phoenix Digital, concluded with this year's award ceremony. Please join us for after show drinks and music in the Bar.

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To book your place please call Exeter Phoenix Box Office on 01392 667080

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TWO SHORT NIGHTS AFTER PARTY

Fri 2 Dec 2011, free



10No Two Short Nights Film Festival is complete without the legendary after party and all festival goers are invited to join us in the bar to celebrate 10 years of Two Short Nights sucess.

laura dugmore
This year you will be entertained by the quirky, nu-folk, popsicle beats of The Laura Dugmore Band.
Expect her distinctive voice and lyrics to whisk you away, and get you moving and dancing out of your cinema seat.
www.lauradugmore.co.uk


 

 


Jeremiah weed Exeter Phoenix Cafe Bar will be staying open til late.
Look out for trays of Jeremiah Weed Brew being served in Jam Jars with loads of ice to help get the party started. Be sure to stick around for a taste!
We will also be revealing the winner of the Two Short Nights Audience Award.


Exeter Phoenix Digital Short Films 2011
SECOND CHANCE Screening
at exeter picturehouse

TBC

Tickets will be available from Exeter Phoenix
or Exeter Picturehouse soon

Some films contain strong language or other material not suitable for a younger audience.

This year Two Short Nights Short Film Festival is joining forces with the Exeter Picturehouse to put on a Second Chance Screening.
Another chance to view this year's short films created with the support of Exeter Phoenix Digital and Devon County Council on the big screen at Exeter Picturehouse.


To book your ticket please call Exeter Phoenix Box Office on 01392 667080

Please note tickets to screenings are expected sell out.
Please book early to avoid disappointment
Check this page regualry for screening up dates.