Two series of micro short films by David Salas, released in weekly episodes online and on screens across the city.
A re-viewing of Exeter by means of moving pictures.
To see the work as a whole you have to go out into the city and watch a film there, as well as watching it’s companion online. Every week the films will change and swap. It is an invitation to go out into the city and discover something new.
The Potential for Important Moments to Occur in Non-Descript Places – An echo of some of the experiences that the city’s spaces have witnessed.
A Tale of Two Cities – A collapsing of the city’s night and day aspects into one, observable, moment.
The current venues are:
Big Screen in the Park, Northernhay Gardens 14-17 August
Bike Shed Theatre* (as of September) 12-10pm Mon – Sat
Exeter Phoenix Imaginary Lounge 10-5pm Mon – Fri
The Globe Inn, Newtown, Mon-Fri 5pm-11pm, Fri & Sat 12pm-12am, Sun 12pm-11pm
Gloss Art Barnfield Cresent Wed, Thu 10-5.30pm and Fri, Sat 10-6pm
Unit 22, Guildhall Shopping Centre 10-5 Mon – Fri
Guildhall shopping centre media screens – running as part of the 10 minute loop during opening times
Hanger 124 Fore Street 11-5pm Mon – Sat
The Real McCoy Cafe Bar, Real McCoy Arcade, Fore St
David Salas is an international award winning filmmaker and Filmmaker in Residence at Exeter Phoenix.
Read his thoughts about the making of his films at the Exeter Daily