In the scene where Zak is knocked backwards because he couldn't use his powers on the Swamp Monster, he landed against a tree, but in the next scenes, the tree is gone, but Zak still sits in a similar position. When Komodo, Fisk, and Zak got into one body, it seemed that Zak was the dominant one, because he made his pets also say "Mom?" to Drew. After attempting to capture the Malaysian Mermaid, Argost is able to escape with Komodo; in order to lure Saturdays into a trap.
Honey Island Swamp Monster (Crbaochyungothropuis paludosus), is a large, hairy, bipedal creature that has gray fur, yellow eyes, and resembles bigfoot. Seen in Ghost in the Machine, where it is seen and revealed to be the first cryptid Doc Saturday tracked.
Ever since Harlan Ford and Robert Mills initially saw the creature in 1963 and the presentation of a footprint cast in 1974 there have been various reported sightings of the Honey Island Swamp Creature. From Hirokazu Koreeda (Still Walking; Like Father, Like Son) comes this beautifully graceful, meticulously filmed tale of sisterly love. Screened in Competition at Cannes 2015, it tells the story of three sisters in their twenties - nurse Sachi, bank worker Yoshino and shop girl Chika - who live together in a rambling ancestral home they jokingly refer to as an 'adult dorm'. Impulsively taking her in, they adjust their set-up and grow to love her, partly as a baby sister, partly as a quasi-daughter. As ever, the masterful Kore-eda's brilliance lies in taking a story with seemingly limited dramatic potential and turning it into an heartbreaking family saga of immense emotional power. Petty and vindictive, this God giggles as he forces toast to land jam-side down and ensures whichever queue his chosen victim is in lasts the longest. Their random disciples' stories range from the silly to the genuinely touching; including a young, ill boy who wants to spend his last days alive as a girl. Flamboyant and defiantly outre, van Dormael's film is a vastly entertaining religious satire, but one with room for humanity and optimism.
The original junglists and Drum and Bass pioneers present Full Cycle at Exeter Phoenix: Roni Size and DJ Krust, play a three hour back to back set joined by Dynamite MC. Very few record labels can claim to have had the same impact on the UK music scene as significantly as Full Cycle Recordings.
An exhibition of paintings produced by the Abstract Art Group, who meet weekly at Exeter Phoenix under the guidance of Patrick Jones. India Ritchie works with a hybrid of digital techniques, drawing, painting, and screen printing. BBC Radio 1 takes over Exeter Phoenix with a week of creative industry workshops, events and Q&As ahead of Radio 1's Big Weekend in Powderham Castle! Now in its fifth year, BBC Radio 1’s Academy will include a series of special events, local engagement and face-to-face activity themed around creativity which takes place in Exeter Phoenix. The week features Live Lounges with AlunaGeorge, Tom Odell and Laura Mvula, guitar masterclasses with Jake Bugg, entrepreneur workshops with Dragons Den, live broadcasting from your favourite Radio 1 DJs, Q&As with top TV movers and shakers… the list goes on. Please note that during the Academy week, large areas of the building will be closed to non-ticket holders in the daytime, including the Cafe Bar.
Dance: Signal Jammer (NoNoM DJs), plus South West resident Little My DJ on the multi-sensory dancefloor with glitter cannons, giant balloons, bubbles and giant parachute dance. Play: Play area with tents and tunnels and baby chillout space with mats and small ball pool. Exeter's open mic comedy night - have the last laugh with us on the last Monday of the month in the Cafe Bar.
On their debut collaboration, Little Windows, Teddy Thompson and American singer Kelly Jones give audiences engaging views of the joys and sorrows of love and the vagaries of the human heart. After their first London show sold out in eight minutes and their Celtic connections concert in Glasgow had to transfer from a small theatre to the 2,000 capacity Royal Concert Hall, Teddy and Kelly are looking forward to their first national tour together. All attendees of this class get a 10% discount on hot drinks and Cafe Bar meals on the workshop day.
Sarah John is a practising ceramics and fine artist and has been teaching at Exeter Phoenix for 3 years. Sarah focuses on learning ‘ways to see’, that are key for expressing the world of form around us, and on sharing skills and techniques in an informal atmosphere, which bring out the best creative ideas.
Shot in ten days on location on Bodmin Moor, Cornwall, Brown Willy, written and directed by Brett Harvey, is a comedy drama about friendship against the odds. Spinning the very best in Rock & Roll, Swing, Motown, Soul, Reggae, Ska… basically everything that is guaranteed to get you going wild on the dance floor!
In this course we will consider the artists and practitioners and art movements that we are individually inspired and influenced by. Sarah is a practising ceramics and fine artist and has been teaching at Exeter Phoenix for 3 years.
Contemporary photographer Murray Ballard will discuss his work, which has featured in various publications, gallery exhibitions and festivals around the world. This new class is a progression from the ever popular Drawing with Stitch to investigate using fabric as a medium to create images, convey message – reflecting too on how this practice has been used within art history. As a passionate Art Educationalist Nicci Wonnacott has taught Degree Level Fine Art and has a wealth of experience working with all abilities from beginners to established artists. A selection of some of the best animation in Britain, chosen from 25 years of the Edinburgh International Film Festival's McLaren Award.
Supported by This Way Up Exhibition Innovation Fund, a partner of the BFI Film Audience Network. Exeter College present a celebration of all the work created over the past academic year, with contributions from both A Level and Vocational Dance students.
The different dance courses available to study at Exeter College enable each student to tailor their specific dance interests, and fulfil their creative, technical and performance potential.
Perfect for those who have already experienced our Young + Animated Saturday Club and want to extend their skills.
Winner of the Palme d'Or at last year's Cannes, this powerful drama from director Jacques Audiard (A Prophet, Rust & Bone) follows Dheepan, a former Tamil Tiger soldier as he flees from the aftermath of the Sri Lankan civil war. Dynamics shift abruptly when a recently released prisoner returns to the estate and assumes control of his gang who control the local drug trade. Tender at times and immensely powerful Audiard pulls audiences deep in to this searing story about conflict, displacement and opportunity. All attendees of this class get 10% off all food and hot drinks at our Cafe Bar on the workshop day.
In this practical workshop, we will be exploring the colourful world of traditional Mexican painting. Participants are asked to bring a portrait photograph of themselves, as well as four photos of people, pets or mementos that reflect your life, and a paragraph from a text or poem they are fond of. Sally has studied traditional forms of art for some time and has specialised in particular painting processes from the southern hemisphere.
An interdisciplinary workshop ideal for all creatives whether new to painting, poetry, or both.
This unique interdisciplinary workshop is ideal for artists, students and writers of all ages and abilities, whether new to painting, or poetry, or both.


Working from Emily Dickinson's poem I Saw No Way – The Heavens Were Stitched you will be tutored through how one can use poetry to inspire your creative process and also reflect on how painting can inspire creative writing. Taking the literary side of the workshop will be Jaye Noble, a local poet and freelance writer.
Jaye will be co-tutoring this session with Sarah John, an established teacher of life drawing, painting, sculpture and ceramics here at Exeter Phoenix. Retrolicious is a themed club experience, where the old world fuses with the new world in a perfect dance floor union. Whether you missed out on tickets for BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend or are looking for the ultimate after-party, we've lined up a night of bands and DJs to keep the party going. Every new album from Dar Williams represents her thoughts and feelings about both her own life and larger forces in the world. It’s a cliche that the personal is the political, but for Dar Williams, there really is no separating her life from her worldview.
Written and directed by actor Don Cheadle in his directorial debut, Miles Ahead is a free-form biopic of undisputed jazz great Miles Davis. Eschewing a traditional structure, Cheadle instead opts to imaginatively inhabit Davis as a created character and persona: giving a brilliant performance, full of attitude, as he explores both the man and the myth. Utilising flashbacks and a loose, improvisatory style (akin to jazz itself) Cheadle effortlessly evokes the period as well as his subject's proud, neurotic swagger and turbulent life as he recounts his exploits to Rolling Stone reporter Dave Braden (Ewan McGregor).
One of 9 Sampler Days across the UK, this event is an opportunity for young musicians aged 14 – 18 to attend creative workshops with a team of professional folk artists, with selected musicians going on to the London finals for Youth Folk Ensemble membership.
Led by the Ensemble’s Artistic Director, BBC Radio 2’s Folk Musician of the Year 2015 Sam Sweeney, each Sampler Day will include creative workshops with a team of professional folk artists, individual auditions, and a question and answer session with Ensemble staff. Land of the Giants are a funky upbeat, highly addictive six piece band from Plymouth in Devon, UK. They are renowned for their extraordinary energy on stage, and causing non-stop all out partying on dance floors and in fields around the UK, with this reputation they are becoming a firm festival favourite. 2013 saw them grace the stages of Glastonbury, Lemonfest, Maker, Looe Music Festival, Bris Fest, and Landed in Wales plus many more. Land of the Giants have gained national airplay from Tom Robinson on BBC 6 Music and BBC Introducing with their distinctive sound and original music. On their annual summer camp holiday, four misfit kids suspect that the park's mascot has been murdered! Filmed on the Dorset coast and staring Bonnie Wright (Harry Potter's Ginny Weasley) Who Killed Nelson Nutmeg? is a film full of comedy, action and intrigue that takes place on Dorset’s stunning Jurassic coastline, and the gang learn the importance of true friendship along the way.
Part of a series of hands-on workshops and activities exploring the themes in Sean Lynch’s current exhibition The Weight of The World.
Workshops are organised by Exeter Phoenix in partnership with Spacex and supported by the Henry Moore Foundation, Arts Council England, Exeter City Council and the Foyle Foundation.
Perfect for beginners and those returning to drawing, this course covers a variety of technical and expressive approaches to life drawing while offering an insight into their uses in art history and contemporary art. Explore ideas and techniques for making abstract art using colour and composition inspired by your favourite photos, sketches and memories of the landscape.
As a passionate Art Educationalist Nicci has taught Degree Level Fine Art and has a wealth of experience working with all abilities from beginners to established artists. Experiment with drawing and mark-making techniques using a variety of materials to unlock your creative potential.
Learn to look at film in a new way through this fundamentals course, providing you with the knowledge and tools to deconstruct the deeper levels of cinema analysis. Each week we will explore a key fundamental area of film though dedicated Studio 74 screenings, group discussions and visual theory. Sally is passionate about film and has been teaching Film Studies locally, for 10 years at both college and degree level.
In 2014 – after sixteen years and nine albums as songwriter-performer-producer with Tracey Thorn in best-selling duo Everything But The Girl, a further ten at the helm of his award-winning electronic label Buzzin’ Fly, a DJ residency on BBC 6Music, and two prize-nominated books – Ben Wattreturned to his roots as a solo singer and songwriter. We had to do a double take when we saw these pictures of Frankie Sandford leaving a club with someone who, quite frankly, could be a cardboard cut-out of Frankie herself. Maybe all The Saturdays have a mate who looks like them so they can distract the photographers while the real Sats run off and have secret meetings somewhere? Basil Lancaster in the form of an EVP, the family goes to Honey Island Swamp to finish up some old business: a project to find the DNA of all the cryptids on Earth. In the episode, they showed voice recording splicing as the scientists did to lure the Saturdays. It wasn’t until 1974 when the two friends returned to the Honey Island Swamp to hunt for ducks that they saw signs of the monster again. These sightings include that of Ted Williams who claims to have seen the creature numerous times and is noted to have said that there is more than just Honey Island Swamp. Their existence there is carefully emotionally calibrated, but this changes when their estranged father dies and at his funeral, they meet their smart younger half-sister, Suzu. But is their happiness keeping them from leaving their troubled childhoods behind and graduating to adult life? In fact this inventive, fantastical black comedy situates him in a drab flat in modern-day Brussels.
He lives with his docile wife and their children, perceptive 10-year-old daughter Ea and son ‘JC’, who together form a plan: they'll acquire six new disciples and create a brand new testament. Often mentioned in the same breath as other iconic labels such as Good Looking Records, Metalheadz, RAM, Dope Dragon, Talkin’ Loud and V Recordings, the label has gone onto shape the current sound of UK dance music from the mid 90’s onwards.?Getting back behind the decks Roni will be joined once again by DJ Krust after 12 years!
This exhibition explores the relationship between printmaking as a mechanical process and the intervention of the hand of the maker. However, please note that Exeter Phoenix Box Office and Galleries are open as usual throughout, and during the evenings the Cafe Bar will reopen and we’ll be running our usual cinema programme at Studio 74.
Observation of human and natural form (in both 2D and 3D media) has remained central to her interests. After a drink and drug fuelled night the two men find themselves lost, battling with monumental hangovers, dwindling supplies and harsh terrain – not to mention each other. Each week the course will focus on different topics with the aim of building on existing animation skills. With a young woman and a little girl they poses as a family to gain entry in to France and begin a new life in a grimy Parisian suburb. Dheepan once again finds himself unable to escape violence and inevitably his old psychological war wounds are ripped reopened. As proud supporters of independent film,  we offer exposure for emerging local and national filmmakers and treat our audiences to a unique and diverse viewing experience. This course is for those who have a good knowledge of the manual functions of digital photography and know their way around their own digital SLR, but would like to improve their skills via learning in a stimulating environment with like-minded creative people.
We’ll be creating small painted portraits in gouache on card in the distinctive style of Frida Kahlo and the votive paintings that inspired her work.
She has adapted the traditional methods, using more easily accessible materials, and specialist materials will be provided.


Jaye specialised in the poems of Emily Dickinson while studying at Oxford University, where she graduated with a First in English Literature. A genre bending experience including Electro Swing, Ghetto Funk, Balkan Beats, Reggae Remix, Electro Rock n Roll and so much more. But her ninth studio record, Emerald, marks a particularly dramatic confluence between her experiences and broader contemporary culture—and what it means to be a songwriter at this moment in history. And in the face of a shifting world, she is more aware than ever of the power this approach can create. He doesn't flinch at covering the musician and singer's notoriety for either his near-fatal heroin addiction or his violence against women; but also details moments of pioneering genius in Davis' creation of the sound of 'cool jazz'. To register for the Exeter Sampler Day, musicians have to be aged between 14 and 18 on 1 September 2016, live in England, be able to play confidently on any instrument and have an interest in folk music. Their music fuses many musical styles, from rock to reggae, ska to blues, with a sub heavy helping of dub in the mix. They were billed on the main stage at Boardmasters warming up for Basement Jaxx, The Vaccines, and Ben Howard, and have opened shows for The Levellers, Roots Manuva, and Neville Staple. They will be embarking on a national tour in March 2014 following the release of their Live Album & DVD. This workshop is suitable for all levels of ability and will also offer an insight into art history and contemporary art. Her work crosses over many art forms enabling her to teach a broad range of Art and Design subjects. This fun and surprising workshop is suitable for all levels of ability and will also offer an insight into art history and contemporary art. The four week course will explore; mise en scene, editing techniques, cinematography and framing and finally the effect of sound on audiences. This time, although the friends did not see the creature again, they were treated to an array of dead wild boars.
Williams used to say that he had never attempted to shoot any of the creatures because they did not seem to want to harm him either. You can hear the give and take, the dynamics, the occasional imperfections, the deep human soul of performances. All attendees of this class get 10% off all food and hot drinks at our Cafe Bar on the workshop days. He doesn’t want a traditional 'stag do' he wants to climb up Brown Willy, the highest point in Cornwall. When Dheepan gets a new job as the caretaker for a run down estate the trio, who barely know each other, team together and negotiate they way through their unfamiliar new life. There will be technical advice on hand but the emphasis will be ?on exploring what makes good composition and lighting by looking at different genres of photography. After spending a few years working in digital marketing in London and Brighton, she has returned to Exeter to focus on writing.
1 debut – met with wide acclaim at home and abroad for its eloquent lyrics and stripped-back aesthetic and pipped Anna Calvi and Blood Orange to win Best ‘Difficult’ Second Album at AIM Independent Music Awards 2014.
This girl has the same haircut, and the same colour hair as Frankie used to have before she caught the LA-bug (look it up) and went all blonde and laid back and duuude-ish.Advertisement - Continue Reading BelowShe's even got Frankie's sense of style!
However, they end up causing every cryptid in the area (such as the Georgia Pigman, the Momo, the Green Goon, the Kinchafoonie Creep, the Bishopville Lizard Man, and the Honey Island Swamp Monster) to attack.
Ford and his Friend Robert Mills were in the swamp lands looking for an abandoned camp that they had spotted from the air. At present, there has been no news on Ted Williams since he was reported to have disappeared one day when he took his boat into the deeper part of the Honey Island Swamp. Old classics, unreleased studio cuts, and originals re-mastered joined on stage by the original Full Cycle frontman, Dynamite MC.
Working in a stimulating environment, sharing skills with a group of like-minded creatives, we will be shooting and downloading pictures on the day and exploring the picture editing process. After repelling the cryptids, Doc and Drew continue their work and Zak is kidnapped by scientists who were a part of a defunct-secret cold war government project to make cryptid super-soldiers. They came into a clearing and were surprised to see in front of them a massive creature that was down on all fours.
Because if it looks good on one it'll look good on the other because they're THE SAME PERSON?Imitaion is said to be the biggest form of flattery, so Frankie's mate must like her a lot. Argost heard the noise and came down to recapture them but Junshin-Mushin generates a sound wave that causes the stone columns and ceiling to collapse.
Mills asked Ford as to what the creature was, it supposedly heard them and faced the two men, after a while it stood up and ran back into the bush.
Not wanting to risk their necks, the friends left the Honey Island Swamp and only came back later that night to create a cast of the prints they had found beside the boar. The cryptids help the Saturdays defeat the scientists, in the process revealing that they are all in reality humans whose DNA have been merged with animal DNA by the scientists and escaped when Dr. After Argost was distracted, they escape to meet up with the rescue party, which includes the Saturdays and other secret scientists. This creature has been sighted in The Honey Island Swamp, which is located in Louisiana USA. The two men ran after the creature in an attempt to get a better look at it, but all they found were its tracks. The plaster cast prints remain until today and have helped dispute claims that the wild boar killings were only that of an alligator.
Lancaster betrayed the other scientists and saved them, and Doc and Drew force them to cure the boys. This area is a vast swamp land that is located in the middle of the east and west Pearl Rivers.
It has been sighted walking upright and down on all four, it is described as a huge, wooly, bipedal mammal, near 7 feet tall with a weight of roughly 400 and 500 lbs., with sickly yellow eyes.
Lancaster's final request, the cryptids and the Saturdays destroy all that remained of the project. The Honey Island Swamp is located in Louisiana and is a vast swamp land that is located in the middle of the east and west Pearl Rivers. A part of the Honey Island Swamp is under the protection of the Bogue Chitto National Wildlife Refuge and the other part is managed by the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries. It was during the 1960s, as the human population started to encroach upon the swamplands that sightings of a tall, wooly, bipedal mammal were reported.




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