24 Nov 8:00 pm: Brighton Rock: Redux
Director: Richard DeDomenici
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This autumn a new kind of blockbuster is hitting Brighton. As part of his ongoing Redux Project, Richard DeDomenici collaborates with local volunteers to recreate sections of popular films, shot for shot, in the original locations, with budget props, costumes and effects – which he edits and premieres in front of an audience, often within a few days.
For Brighton, DeDomenici remakes scenes from Brighton Rock, on the anniversary of its original release in 1947. A spectacularly lo-fi celebration and subversion of cinema, the Redux Project is also a singular way of participating in movie history.
Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts will host the premiere of Brighton Rock: Redux, along with other classics from DeDomenici’s ongoing Redux Project.
Tickets: free but ticketed.
Produced in: UK
Want to be in Brighton Rock Redux?
See information about filming, which takes place on the afternoon of Thursday 16 November 2017 in Brighton.
Please note, if no film certificate or TBC is listed, we can only admit patrons aged 18 and over, as these films have not yet been certified by the British Board of Film Classification. We have agreed with Brighton & Hove City Council that we can screen these films but only those aged 18 and over can be admitted.