1 November 2017
Catch some eye-opening free installations and exhibitions in between the ticketed CINECITY 2017 screenings.
All the events below are FREE ENTRY at any time.
See it across Brighton between 10-12 November 2017
FRED’S RUN is a sequence of images displayed on monitors in numerous shop windows on the route of Fred Hale’s iconic run to the Palace Pier in the film Brighton Rock.
Hint, hint, you might want to have a wander past Spiderplant, Waiste Vintage, Photomatic, Bromptons Opticians, NOLA Boutique, and Duke’s at Komedia…
See the exhibition at University of Brighton North Gallery
11 November – 9 December 2017
Monday – Friday: 11am – 7pm
Saturday: 10am – 4pm
Christian Marclay captures the idiosyncratic qualities of analogue sound like hisses, glitches, skips and scratches. In Looking for Love, the needle of a record player is raised and dropped again and again, searching for the moment in assorted songs when the word “love” is heard. Marclay filmed his performance with a tiny camera used in surgical operations and captures, in sharp detail, his attempts to “look for love” on the record.
See the exhibition at University of Brighton South Gallery
11 November – 9 December 2017
Monday – Friday 11am – 7pm
Saturday 10am – 4pm
Fake News re-creates significant newspaper front pages from Brighton Rock and a host of British thrillers. The exhibition is also complemented by ‘real’, existing newspaper action props from A Clockwork Orange, and newspaper graphics from the thrilling animated adventures of Wallace and Gromit.
Please note: Due to UCU Industrial Action, the University of Brighton Gallery will be closed Monday & Tuesday 4 & 5th December and will re-open as usual at 11am on Wednesday 6th December.
Screenings at Duke’s at Komedia from 10am – 4.05pm on all dates:
Friday 17, Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 November 2017
Luanda-Kinshasa (pictured, above) is Stan Douglas’ vibrant depiction of a fictional 1970s jazz-funk band . Documenting a fictitious recording, Luanda-Kinshasa explores Douglas’ interest in the African origins of the early ‘70s New York music scene. The cast of stellar musicians cycle through jazz, funk and afro-beat motifs in joyous cohesion. Presented as a cinema installation for the first time in the UK, you can enter at any point in the film and stay for as long as you wish. The screenings at Duke’s at Komedia also references and pays tribute to its former history as a live music venue before conversion into a cinema five years ago.
Saturday 18 November, exhibition open 10am – 5pm
A video essay and homage to Hitchcock’s masterly use of the newspaper prop, created by CINECITY and Paul Dutnall, with music from Barry Adamson. Enter at any point and stay as long as you wish.
24 November 2017, 8pm
Tickets: free but ticketed.
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.
University of Brighton Boardroom: Artists’ Talk
Tuesday 28 November 2017, 6pm
Artists and curators involved in Fake News including Anna Deamer, Paul Dutnall and Tim Brown from CINECITY will take part in a free talk. Places are limited so please book in advance by email: firstname.lastname@example.org