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Brighton Journal | 20th November 2019

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Brighton film festival CINECITY returns for two weeks this November

31st October 2018 |

Brighton Journal spoke to co-founder of CINECITY, Tim Brown, on what to expect from this year’s edition of the festival.

 

CINECITY is returning to cinema screens around Brighton and the South Coast for its 16th edition of the festival … Read More

Young women’s art collective to premiere new documentary in Brighton

24th October 2018 |

Meet the powerful young women set to premiere their hugely anticipated new documentary in Brighton this weekend. Brighton Dome and Brighton Festival’s art collective, Miss Represented, gives young women facing difficult life situations a platform to explore and perform their … Read More

Ocean Film Festival rolls into Brighton this October

26th September 2018 |

Ocean Film Festival will be returning to Brighton for one night in October to offer inspiring ocean-themed films from all over the world. As a beach resort town, Brighton is intrinsically linked to the sea and forms a large part of … Read More

Dirty Dancing on Stage Returns – Interview with the Stars of the Show

21st September 2018 |

Following a sensational run on the West End as well as three hit UK tours, Dirty Dancing – The Classic Story on Stage is returning, and kicked off right here in Brighton at the amazing Theatre Royal!

 

Ahead of … Read More

What’s on in Brighton This Weekend? 7th – 9th September

6th September 2018 |

The weekend is almost upon us and like always there is plenty to see and do in Brighton and Hove! To give you some ideas, we have put together a list featuring some of the very best events happening in our city at the end of the working week.

This … Read More

‘Brighton’: Filming Will Begin For New Comedy This Summer

5th June 2018 |

A new comedy, Brighton, which boasts a stellar cast including Larry Lamb and Marion Bailey, will begin filming this summer.

Based on Steven Berkoff 1990’s screenplay, ‘Brighton Beach Scumbags’, Brighton will depict two older couples returning to the city from their homes in London’s … Read More

Believe That: Interview With Inspiring Up-and-Coming Brighton Director

5th June 2018 | 1

The short film centres around a group of local athletes with Down’s Syndrome

Born and bred Brightonian Caleb Yule is a brave young filmmaker. At just 20 years old, his project Believe That represents an ambitious stride.

His documentary will … Read More

A.A. Milne’s Original 1926 Winnie-the-Pooh Map For Sale

31st May 2018 |

A.A. Milne’s Winnie-the-Pooh is famously inspired by his life in Sussex

A map created for the original Winnie-the-Pooh book of 1926 is to be sold. Sotheby’s, an American multi-national company, are selling the piece. The company are known as brokers … Read More

Pink Season – 2 Weeks of Creative Queer Events – Opens Tonight With Exhibition of Photography and Film

24th November 2017 |

Pop-Up Brighton’s new community gallery space next to the i360 is hosting a variety of creative events to represent our contemporary queer culture.

“Our focus is always creating free opportunities for upcoming artists in Brighton so we have programmed 2 … Read More

‘CHALK’ – Sussex University Graduate Film – Celebrated at Brighton’s CINECITY Film Festival

16th November 2017 |

Following the screening of her film at the CINECITY film festival being held here in Brighton, I spoke to filmmaker Lauren Jupp about the project, her time living and studying in Brighton, how she felt the screening went, and what’s … Read More