Cinecity 15th Brighton Film Festival

10 - 26 November

Listings: Documentaries

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Documentaries

CINECITY presents a selection of the best, latest documentaries

11
Nov

The hotly anticipated backstage account of Glastonbury’s hedonistic fun palace of burlesque, vaudeville and anarchic joy, Lost in Vagueness.

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11
Nov

An evocative exploration of the life-and-times of one of folk music’s most iconic figures, Shirley Collins.

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12
Nov

A rousing behind-the-scenes profile of Salim Shaheen, Afghanistan’s most prolific actor/director.

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12
Nov

India’s ‘tent cinemas’ bring the wonder of the movies to far-flung towns and villages.

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14
Nov

Documentary by Jay Cheel about time machines.

16
Nov

Documentary about the making of television series Brass Eye that first aired in 1997.

16
Nov

Documentary about the making of television series Brass Eye that first aired in 1997.

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19
Nov

Narrated by Benedict Cumberbatch, exploring the rituals of the buddhist monks at Plum Village monastery in France.

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20
Nov

A playful road trip across France with Agnès Varda and photographer JR.

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21
Nov

Includes a documentary about pioneering veteran photojournalist Marilyn Stafford, who took photographs of Albert Einstein.

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21
Nov

1940s Hollywood screen siren Hedy Lamarr’s extraordinary life included generating forward-thinking ideas for wireless communication.

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22
Nov

See three documentaries that explore learning disabled people’s relationship to the gallery setting. Presented with Oska Bright Film Festival.

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24
Nov

A fond portrait of ‘Tales of the City’ author, featuring contributions from Ian McKellen among others.

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25
Nov

A warm but unsentimental portrait of Cecil Beaton and his work.

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25
Nov

Brighton’s New Note Orchestra collaborate with filmmaker Angus Cameron on a montage of archive film and live sound for the premiere of ‘Solace’.

26
Nov

A closely observed view of Helen Clark’s bid to become the United Nations’ first ever female Secretary-General.

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