Listings: Brighton Rock at 70
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On the 70th anniversary of the Boultings’ acclaimed 1947 adaptation of Graham Greene’s novel Brighton Rock, we present a programme of events to celebrate the film that put Brighton on the movie map
A sequence of images displayed on monitors in numerous shop windows on the route of Fred Hale’s iconic run to Brighton’s Palace Pier.
An exhibition that re-creates significant newspaper front pages from Brighton Rock and a host of British thrillers.
Christian Marclay captures the idiosyncratic qualities of analogue sound like hisses, glitches, skips and scratches.
Use a 1950s automatic record-cutting machine to make a 45 rpm two-minute ‘voice letter’ or audio message. Booking essential.
Premiere of a new live cinema commission You Want Me To Say I Love You, with rare screening of Brighton Rock (1947) on 35mm.Book Online