A season of films showcasing Brighton’s cinematic history has been announced to mark the 100th anniversary of the seaside town’s Duke of York’s Picturehouse on September 22nd.
The season, which is supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund and runs from August 15th and throughout the centenary month of September, includes crime, comedy and horror films, many of which are rarely seen on the big screen.
Films include Quadrophenia, John Boulting’s Magic Box, Carry On At Your Convenience, Made which stars Carol White and folk singer Roy Harper, and Paul Andrew Williams’ ultra-dark thriller London to Brighton.
The season’s highlight is Brighton Rock Unseen – a special stage and screen re-imagining of Graham Greene’s celebrated novel and the film adaptation starring Richard Attenborough.
For screening dates and bookings call Duke of York’s 0871 9025728.