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CINECITY presents a series of exhibitions exploring and celebrating the festival’s themes, featuring work by both international and local artists
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.
Luanda-Kinshasa is Stan Douglas’ vibrant depiction of a fictional 1970s jazz-funk band.
A video essay homage to Hitchcock’s masterly use of the newspaper prop.