Cinecity 15th Brighton Film Festival

10 - 26 November

Listings: Duke of York’s Picturehouse

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Duke of York’s Picturehouse

Contact Information:

Preston Circus, Brighton, BN1 4NA

0871 902 5728

https://www.picturehouses.com/cinema/Duke_Of_Yorks

Box office: 0871 902 5728

Ticket Information:

Buy tickets for 3 films and get a 4th film free
Please note the the 4 for 3 offer can only be purchased in person at the box office and not online

£5 TICKETS FOR 25s AND UNDER
There are a number of £5 tickets available for all festival films at Picturehouse for those aged 25 and under. Bring valid ID, subject to availablility, one ticket per customer.

PEAK PRICES
(Tue – Fri from 5pm; all day Sat and Sun)
Adult £12.20 / Member £10.20
Retired £11.20 / Retired Member £9.20
Student £11.20 / Student Member £9.20
Child £7.70 / Family £34.80

MONDAYS
Adult £7.50 / Member £5.50
Retired £7.50 / Retired Member £5.50
Student £7.50 / Student Member £5.50
Child £5.50 / Family £21.00

Ticket Offers: TBC

FILM CERTIFICATION: IF NO CERTIFICATE IS LISTED PLEASE NOTE WE CAN ONLY ADMIT PATRONS AGED 18 AND OVER AS THESE FILMS HAVE NOT BEEN CERTIFICATED BY THE BRITISH BOARD OF FILM CLASSIFICATION. WE HAVE AGREED WITH BRIGHTON & HOVE CITY COUNCIL THAT WE CAN SCREEN THESE FILMS BUT ONLY THOSE AGED 18 AND OVER CAN BE ADMITTED.

 

10
Nov

A darkly comic drama, with an unforgettable performance from Frances McDormand playing a mother who challenges the local authorities to solve her daughter’s murder.

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11
Nov

The true story of the 1973 tennis match between Billie Jean King and ex-champ Bobby Riggs.

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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

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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13
Nov

A passionate film about AIDS activism set in France in the late ’80s.

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14
Nov

Drama from Haneke about the European refugee crisis.

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15
Nov

Andrey Zvyagintsev’s latest state-of-the-nation feature about a couple coping with the disappearance of their son.

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16
Nov

Japanese action and horror film, directed by Sion Sono, that evolves around a young schoolgirl.

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17
Nov

Art world satire starring Claes Bang, Elisabeth Moss and Dominic West.

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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

Paddy Considine is the star, writer and director of this drama about boxing.

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19
Nov

Animated feature length film about a young girl who dresses up as a boy in order to look after her family.

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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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20
Nov

A playful road trip across France with Agnès Varda and photographer JR.

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21
Nov

A superbly constructed portrait of frustrated youth and American cowboy culture.

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22
Nov

Clio Barnard’s brooding and emotive family drama, with a haunting soundtrack by PJ Harvey.

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23
Nov

Based on a real-life Mafia kidnapping with the story re-imagined as a supernatural fantasy.

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24
Nov

Andrew Haigh adapts Willy Vlautin’s novel, featuring an outstanding performance from newcomer Charlie Plummer.

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25
Nov

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

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25
Nov

Based on Jonathan Ames’ 2013 novel about an unhinged protagonist who specialises in freeing the victims of child sex rings. Soundtrack by Jonny Greenwood.

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26
Nov

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

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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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26
Nov

Daniela Vega stars as Marina, a transwoman dealing with grief, transphobia and cold, humiliating officialdom.

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