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Sat 09 Nov / 2pm



Outside the City

The monks of Mt St Bernard Abbey are a community of 25 men, half of them over 80 years old. This beautifully filmed documentary follows... Read more

Tue 12 Nov / 6pm


Here For Life

A unique collaboration between filmmaker Andrea Luka Zimmerman and theatre director Adrian Jackson, Here for Life traces the interwoven lives of ten Londoners (plus one... Read more

Thu 14 Nov / 6pm


Talent Mixer

This informal Talent Mixer is open to writers, directors and producers with the aim of developing ideas and nurturing new productions. It will provide local... Read more

Fri 15 Nov / 11am

University of Brighton

Animation Lab

A day dedicated to supporting animation talent and providing them with the opportunity to learn more about the UK animation industry, how to get work made... Read more

Sat 16 Nov / 2pm


Screening the Victorians

The BFI National Archive’s entire collection of British Victorian film (1895-1901) has now been digitised and is available to all on the BFI’s Player. Bryony... Read more

Sat 16 Nov / 3:45pm

Dukes at Komedia


Perfect 10 + Q&A

An aspiring teen gymnast’s world is turned upside down with the arrival of the half-brother she never knew she had.  14-year-old Leigh (impressive newcomer Frankie... Read more

Sun 17 Nov / 2pm



Passions and Rituals + Q&A

Torn between her native Cuba and her decision to emigrate to the UK, pianist and composer Marietta Veulens takes us through her journey to complete... Read more

Sun 17 Nov / 4:30pm



The Whalebone Box

Artist, writer and director Andrew Kötting has built up a string of quintessentially British films. The Whalebone Box is another of his experimental jaunts made... Read more

Sun 24 Nov / 4pm


The Vision Scene – Early Film and the Victorian Dream

Frank Gray’s new book, The Brighton School and the Birth of British Film, examines film’s early history through the work of the Hove film pioneers, G.... Read more