Cinecity 14th Brighton Film Festival

11 - 27 November

Listings: Q&A / Talks

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Q&A / Talks

Don’t miss your chance to hear from Cinecity filmmakers and scholars talk about cinema at special screenings.

11
Nov

Ben Wheatley follows hot-on-the-heels of his last feature High-Rise. With this guns blazing action thriller, shot on location in a warehouse outside Brighton. Set in America in 1978. Justine (Larson) has arranged a deal on behalf of two Irishmen (Murphy, Smiley) to buy a stash of guns from gangsters Vernon (Copley) and Ord (Hammer) but… Read more »

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12
Nov

Inspired by a walk from Waltham Abbey in Essex via Battle Abbey to St Leonards-on-Sea, the latest film from Andrew Kötting (Gallivant, Swandown, By Our Selves) documents a pilgrimage in memory of Edith Swan Neck. After the Battle of Hastings in 1066, parts of King Harold’s body were taken to Waltham Abbey for burial and… Read more »

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15
Nov

RUTH NOVACZEK AND SARAH WOOD Collage (or found-footage) film-making, a practice in which material appropriated from pre-existing films is edited together to form new works, is very much on the rise in this, the era of online remix. But it also has a very long history, from the pioneering archive-film work of Soviet film-maker Esfir… Read more »

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19
Nov

Written by The Mighty Boosh‘s Julian Barratt and Simon Farnaby, this lovingly detailed and very funny, off-the-wall comedy features a heavyweight line-up of talent directed by award-winning theatre director Sean Foley (The Play What I Wrote), making his feature debut. Julian Barratt plays Ricahrd Thorncroft, a washed-up actor who had an ’80s TV hit with… Read more »

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21
Nov

Tarik, a cross-dressing troubadour who performs traditional dances, is shunned by those around him. Struck by inertia, he is unable to feel emotion even when faced with the man who killed his family. Larbi, the family horse who pulls the cart on which Tarik dances, won’t take another step. And word has it the drinking… Read more »

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22
Nov

Ani Laurie is a film-maker who spent some of her childhood growing up with her Amazigh-Moroccan grandparents in Marrakech. Her acclaimed 2015 short film Pedigree tells the story of a young London banker who is struggling with issues of lineage and grief. Following a screening of the film, she will be joined in conversation by… Read more »

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22
Nov

Charlie Lyne is a film-maker and film critic living in London. His first collage film Beyond Clueless, on the American teen movie genre, premiered at SXSW in 2014 and went on to play at more than two-dozen international festivals. His second, Fear Itself, on horror cinema, premiered on the BBC’s iPlayer service — the platform’s… Read more »

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22
Nov

“Hi, I’m Lynn Ruth Miller, I’m 80 years old and I’m your future!!” The World’s Oldest Comedienne, Lynn Ruth Miller, is the subject of Granny’s Gone Wild, a documentary from Latest’s Bill Smith. This ribald and riotous romp follows the poster girl for growing old disgracefully – and her adoring young fans – as she shows us how to live life to… Read more »

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24
Nov

Lighthouse and The Old Market are pleased to present a screening of the critically acclaimed feature film Notes on Blindness, followed by a Q&A with directors Peter Middleton and James Spinney, as part of The Sound of Story 2016. After the writer and theologian John Hull became completely blind in 1983, he kept a diary, on… Read more »

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24
Nov

Set up in 2004 the Catalyst Club pays tribute to French salons, WI and gentlemen’s clubs. On the night three guest speakers take to the lectern to talk for 15 minutes on subjects close to their heart. Since its inception the Catalyst Club has seen over 500 talks on subjects ranging from Ulysses to tinned meat…. Read more »

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