Cinecity 15th Brighton Film Festival

10 - 26 November

Listings: Re:Cinema

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Re:Cinema

Cinema itself is the focus of this year’s festival with restorations and documentaries alongside a programme of re-scores, re-creations and special events that seek to re-frame cinema and explore the cinematic

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

An exhibition that re-creates significant newspaper front pages from Brighton Rock and a host of British thrillers.

12
Nov

A rousing behind-the-scenes profile of Salim Shaheen, Afghanistan’s most prolific actor/director.

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12
Nov

Skilfully blending playful experimentation with graceful storytelling, Wonderstruck is perfectly pitched to appeal to adults as well as younger viewers.

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12
Nov

India’s ‘tent cinemas’ bring the wonder of the movies to far-flung towns and villages.

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12
Nov

Annette Bening and Jamie Bell star in this warm and tender romance between a legendary femme fatale and her younger lover.

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14
Nov

Documentary by Jay Cheel about time machines.

15
Nov

Biography and drama by Michel Hazanavicius about French Nouvelle Vague filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard.

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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.

16
Nov

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

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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

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

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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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21
Nov

1940s Hollywood screen siren Hedy Lamarr’s extraordinary life included generating forward-thinking ideas for wireless communication.

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25
Nov

A warm but unsentimental portrait of Cecil Beaton and his work.

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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’.

25
Nov

A supernatural tale set during the 11th-century Sung Dynasty, shot on location in the Korean countryside.

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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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