FrightFest's line-up for this year's Brighton CineCity Film Festival
2nd Nov 06
FrightFest are doing their bit on Saturday 25th November for Brighton’s CineCity Film Festival by screening three late night films (the first two of which will be screening at this weekend’s all-nighter at the ICA – see here for more details) at the Duke of York’s in, funnily enough, Brighton. Announced on the official CineCity website, the three films are;
9.00pm - Gone (Dir: Ringan Ledwidge)
11.00pm - The Raven (Dir: Roger Corman)
1.00am - Vampire Diary (Dir: Mark James)
Tickets cost £12 for this event.
The 4th CineCity runs from 16th November – 3rd December and features their biggest festival programme yet with 30 new films screening in Brighton for the first time. The festival includes the very best in international cinema, premieres and previews, treasures from the archive, artists' moving image and installations and much more.
The festival opens and closes with two previews of major and eagerly anticipated titles: Babel directed by Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu starring Brad Pitt, Cate Blanchett and Gael Garcia Bernal (Thursday 16th November) and Black Book, Paul Verhoeven's new World War Two drama (Sunday 3rd December).
Other decent genre titles to look out for include Stuart Gordon’s Edmund (Monday 27th), John Cameron-Mitchell’s Shortbus (Friday 17th) and Beowulf and Grendel (Tuesday 28th).
For more information on films and showtimes, visit the official website at www.cine-city.co.uk.
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