Cinecity 15th Brighton Film Festival

10 - 26 November

Listings: Duke’s at Komedia

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Duke’s at Komedia

Contact Information:

44-47 Gardner Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 1UN

0871 902 5728

http://www.picturehouses.co.uk/cinema/Dukes_At_Komedia/

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

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.

11
Nov

The hotly anticipated backstage account of Glastonbury’s hedonistic fun palace of burlesque, vaudeville and anarchic joy, Lost in Vagueness.

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11
Nov

The 100th film from the Japanese director Takashi Miike, featuring oodles of samurai action, gore, chaos, and striking scenery.

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12
Nov

New works of cinematic fiction submitted to the Brighton Cinecity team this year.

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12
Nov

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

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12
Nov

A stylish, grown-up film inspired by Roland Barthes, starring Juliette Binoche.

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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

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

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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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17
Nov

Drama from French director Léonor Serraille about a young woman in modern Paris.

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17
Nov

Luanda-Kinshasa is Stan Douglas’ vibrant depiction of a fictional 1970s jazz-funk band.

19
Nov

Narrated by Benedict Cumberbatch, exploring the rituals of the buddhist monks at Plum Village monastery in France.

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20
Nov

John Trengove’s drama about homosexuality and homophobia in South Africa.

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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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22
Nov

The micro-aggressions within an all-male community are beautifully observed in this razor-sharp dissection of a culture-clash.

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23
Nov

Eyes Wide Open cinema presents a film by queer film legend Bruce LaBruce about a dissident lesbian feminist cult in “Germwomany”.

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24
Nov

A fond portrait of ‘Tales of the City’ author, featuring contributions from Ian McKellen among others.

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25
Nov

Intelligent Jersey-set thriller about a killer on the loose.

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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

Spanish adventure film – Winner of the Special Jury Award at International Film Festival Rotterdam.

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