CINECITY Film Festival on its 15th year at Brighton

November 14th, 2017 by Sandy

CINECITY Film Festival is back for its 15th year in Brighton. Running for 2 weeks, the latest iteration of the film festival includes exhibition, previews, live scores, special events and workshops, from 10th to 16th November. Inspired by the 70th Anniversary of Brighton Rock, an adaptation of Graham Green’s novel will be screened, with the première of You Want Me To Say I Love You, a live commission and related exhibition. This year, CINECITY will present two new scores working with musicians and partners. One is scored live for The Lodger, by Convent Garden Sinfonia. Another is a new score for the Metropolis, commissioned by London Science Museum to Factory Floor.

Exhibition of works, by both local and international artists, include moving image presentations. Explore the exhibition- FAKE NEWS: The British Cinema Newspapers, watch a host of thrillers of Britain and the film Looking for Love. CINECITY welcomes this year two new venues to host a range of exhibitions and screenings. For those film fans with financial constraints, the good news is that there are a range of free events ad workshops for them.

The CINECITY partnership between Screen Archive South East, Duke of York’s Picturehouse and University of Brighton, promises a year full of programmes. The 15th edition of CINECITY: The Brighton Fim Festival,l celebrates with the best of international cinema and is hosting a global mix of talks, debates, artist’s cinema, installations, previews, retrospectives, premières, archive treasures, free events and educational screenings. To find out what’s on the full programme (announced earlier in October), please visit their website (