Listings: Music & Live Cinema
Would you look at that poster! A little bird tells us that a number of these will featured in this year’s… https://t.co/Q201Rk1OdC
Catch all three of the THREE COLOURS trilogy on the big screen this summer, playing at @LewesDepot, Hillcrest Cinem… https://t.co/6oJTwicyOY
Queer folk of Sussex! To celebrate Eastbourne Pride this weekend, @TownerGallery are offering 241 cinema tickets al… https://t.co/Ecf6Y18IKP
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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.
The hotly anticipated backstage account of Glastonbury’s hedonistic fun palace of burlesque, vaudeville and anarchic joy, Lost in Vagueness.Book Online
An evocative exploration of the life-and-times of one of folk music’s most iconic figures, Shirley Collins.Book Online
Be dazzled by the 1927 German expressionist epic science-fiction drama film directed by Fritz Lang, with live score from Factory Floor.Book Online
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.
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
A live music to film event featuring Skylark and the Scorpion.Book Online
Brighton’s New Note Orchestra collaborate with filmmaker Angus Cameron on a montage of archive film and live sound for the premiere of ‘Solace’.