Cinecity 15th Brighton Film Festival

10 - 26 November

Listings: Music & Live Cinema

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Music & Live Cinema

Since its inception in 2003, CINECITY have worked with musicians and partners to present, commission and create live cinema events. This year, we also present a number of events about music: documentaries, workshops and new scores.

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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11
Nov

Be dazzled by the 1927 German expressionist epic science-fiction drama film directed by Fritz Lang, with live score from Factory Floor.

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11
Nov

Christian Marclay captures the idiosyncratic qualities of analogue sound like hisses, glitches, skips and scratches.

17
Nov

Luanda-Kinshasa is Stan Douglas’ vibrant depiction of a fictional 1970s jazz-funk band.

18
Nov

Use a 1950s automatic record-cutting machine to make a 45 rpm two-minute ‘voice letter’ or audio message. Booking essential.

19
Nov

Premiere of a new live cinema commission You Want Me To Say I Love You, with rare screening of Brighton Rock (1947) on 35mm.

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23
Nov

A live music to film event featuring Skylark and the Scorpion.

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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

Hitchcock’s The Lodger presented with new score by Neil Brand and performed live by the Covent Garden Sinfonia.

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