Listings: Sallis Benney Theatre
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University of Brighton, Grand Parade, Brighton BN2 0JY
Box office: 0871 902 5728
Unless otherwise stated:
£5 on door only / Festival Pass Holders Free
Please note a combined £5 ticket for Hallucinogenic Visions / Citation City on Sat 21 Nov can be purchased in advance in person at Duke of York’s or Duke’s at Komedia.
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.
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 »Book Online
Fear Itself takes viewers on a personal journey through fear and cinema, and asks whether horror movies know us better than we know ourselves. Constructed entirely from existing films, it encourages viewers to interrogate a diverse range of images and sounds sampled from 100 years of cinema. Fear Itself informs and unnerves in equal measure,… Read more »
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 »Book Online
An evening of film and video screenings, installations and performances from staff and students of the BA (Hons) Moving Image course at the University of Brighton. The course is a film and art degree that pushes the boundaries of experimentation in contemporary artists’ moving image practice. Works will be projected throughout the evening. THIS IS… Read more »
London Film-Makers Co–op 50th Anniversary and Book Launch The LFMC was founded in October 1966 as a non-commercial distributor and film laboratory for avant-garde cinema. Within this unique facility, film-makers were able to control every aspect of the creative process. Many explored the material aspects of celluloid, whilst others experimented with multiple projection and performance-based… Read more »