Cinecity 15th Brighton Film Festival

10 - 26 November

Listings: Q&A / Talks

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Q&A / Talks

Events featuring CINECITY filmmakers and scholars talking about cinema at special screenings

13
Nov

Young filmmakers screen their creative 3-minute films, including a focus on the South East, and on disability.

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14
Nov

A comedy by comedian Tim Vine in which a giant moth terrorises a small English village.

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15
Nov

Is acting the preserve of the rich and what are the consequences if it is? Maxine Peake and Christopher Eccleston contribute.

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16
Nov

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

18
Nov

Showing of digitised versions of early colour films that used a system called Kinemacolor.

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18
Nov

Re-Screening of the 1980s film that authentically portrays the struggles of its Black British protagonists.

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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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19
Nov

Showing of the film Her, with introduction and post screen discussion lead by Andrea Sabbadini.

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24
Nov

Richard DeDomenici collaborates with local volunteers to recreate sections of Brighton Rock. Free.

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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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