Cinecity 15th Brighton Film Festival

10 - 26 November

Film City

07 Dec 12:30 pm: Experimental, Animation & Artists’ Film

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A Hawaiian Princess in Hove

Director: Jane Couldrey. 16 mins

The story of the Ka’iulani, the Hawaiian princess who lodged in Hove in 1892, narrated by her landlady Mrs Phebe Rooke. Filmed by staff and students at City College.

Blonde

Director: June Miles Kingston. 10 mins.

A day-in-the-life dialogue through drum patterns & rhythms.

The Great Work

Director: Borbonesa. 4 mins

Stop-frame animation by Brighton-based art company Borbonesa, produced in collaboration with the musician and sound artist Robert Stillman; an exploration of colour, shape and movement in seven parts.

A Room With Light

Director: Claire Griffiths. 14 mins.

An attempt to breathe life into a rural house in Spain.

Antechamber

Director: Josh Thompson. 8 mins

An exploration of the use of movement within confined and derelict spaces; a journey through the darkness and into the light.

The Shore

Director: Sophie Dixon. 3 mins.

“Mind is an ethereal sea, which ebbs and flows; which surges and washes hither and thither, carrying its whole virtue into every creek and inlet which it bathes. To this sea every human house has a water front” Ralph Waldo Emerson

Auditoruim

Director: Abigail Sidebotham. 21 mins

Set in 2094 China, a lament on human kind, told from the perspective of an artificial God drifting at the threshold of planet earth.

Running time: 78 mins

Certificate: TBC

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