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A POP UP CINEMA IN CENTRAL BRIGHTON

 LAST FEW DAYS OF AUTUMN SEASON - WINTER SEASON COMING SOON 

 

Due to new government restrictions our Autumn season is being cut short with dates on only November 2nd, 3rd and 4th going ahead as planned. We will return for a with a special Winter season with some of the November program moved over (original tickets remain valid) with more special events to be announced. As ever it will be a series of specially selected film screenings with a strictly limited number of audience members, socially distanced into their own 'bubbles' with carefully thought out hygiene measures so you can enjoy a custom created big screen cinema experience in a Covid safe environment throughout December and beyond.

For more on our safety measures regarding Covid-19 visit our information page here.

 

Our programming features a collection of films that reaches further than the usual mediocre selection often associated with pop up cinema events... whether it's a brand new bit of brilliant but overlooked modern cinema, a 1950s Oscar winning classic, a cult 80s horror favourite, a gritty 70s drama, or a surprising piece of international cinema, we have hand picked all our films to make sure every one of our socially distanced events is a worthwhile, unique and memorable experience.

Doors open early for every screening so you can safely get to your seats and purchase food and drink. KEEP CHECKING BACK FOR LISTINGS UPDATES FOR THE WINTER SEASON! Tickets for each screening are not only VERY LIMITED (so we can keep our capacity low for social distancing purposes) but tickets are also cheap starting as low as £5 per person (or sometimes £4 for students!), as such they will go fast, so we suggest grabbing yours ASAP!

7.30PM WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 4TH

 WOMEN IN HISTORY WEDNESDAYS 

MARIE ANTOINETTE

Lost In Translation and On The Rocks director Sofia Coppola eschews the traditional stuffy trappings of period dramas in favour of this confection coloured visual treat of a movie powered by an undercurrent of new wave / post punk style, not least from it's soundtrack that takes in the likes of Siouxsie and the Banshees, Adam and the Ants, The Cure, and New Order. A master of visual style Coppola's youthful energy perfectly compliments the story of the ill fated, french queen (played by a magnectic Kirsten Dunst) who was married at 15 and became ruler of France at only age 19.  Coppola's beautiful and playful lens captures the teen queen in one of the most beautiful stylistic cinema exercises of recent years, a visual treat made to be seen on the big screen.

RESCHEDULED DATE: 7.50PM FRIDAY DECEMBER 4TH

DAVE CHAPPELLE'S BLOCK PARTY

From the director of Eternal Sunshine of The Spotless Mind, this unique film documents comedian Dave Chappelle taking a bus of people from his hometown of Ohio to a surprise block party in Brooklyn featuring some of the greatest black music artists of their generation including Kanye West, Mos Def, Jill Scott, Erykah Baduh, The Roots, Common, John Legend and more with an almost unthinkable re-uniting of Lauryn Hill & The Fugees. A funny, sonically thrilling and (typical of Michel Gondry) inventively and vibrantly shot freewheeling celebration of great music and the spirit of community.

7.30PM SUNDAY DECEMBER 6TH

MARRIAGE STORY

Noah Baumbach, director of The Squid and the Whale and Frances Ha, delivers this masterful relationship study about a couple enduring a coast to coast divorce. A brilliant performance from Scarlett Johansson and a shatteringly powerful turn by Adam Driver compliment the brutally honest, cleverly comedic, emotionally piercing script. Among it's six Oscar nominations, six Golden Globe nominations, and five Bafta nominations came wins at all three for Laura Dern for her blisteringly sharp  role alongside Ray Liotta (Goodfellas) and Alan Alda (M.A.S.H.) who make up the films wryly observed divorce lawyer triumvirate. Observed with a true sense of maturity and compassion, don't miss this rare chance to see the nuance of this finely balanced drama on the big screen where it belongs.

 
 
 
 
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WINTER SEASON

COMING

SOON

Due to new national restrictions our final Autumn season dates will be Nov 2nd, 3rd and 4th. We will then return when restrictions are set to ease on from December 3rd for our Socially Distanced Winter Season! Any events from November will now be moved to December (tickets remain valid for new dates) with more exciting announcements for the winter season (covering Christmas & New Year) on their way!

To kept updated with new screening announcements make sure you are signed up to our mailing list so you don't miss out on our VERY limited amount of tickets.

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