The Royal Television Society’s annual awards include student categories for Animation, Comedy & Entertainment, Drama, Factual, News and Short Feature.
Six University of Brighton students will be showing their own films during the popular beach film series. Read More
The first part of the Masters Show, showcasing the work of PG students on MA Fine Art, MA Digital Media Arts and MA Inclusive Arts Practice, starts on July 8 running until July 15.
There is so much happening on our courses that we can’t possibly cover it all here. Follow them on social media. Read More
Lecturer in Media Theory Dr Theodore Koulouris has organised a screening of Ken Loach’s award-winning film at the Duke at Komedia. Read More
“My work has taken influence from the methods and techniques from the Dada and Surrealist movements, currently furthering an exploration into the unconscious mind, studying thought, ideas and creating connections between esoteric knowledge and the contemporary world.”
The University of Brighton’s new photography and film learning centre will be open to the public during the Brighton Fringe for the first time. Read More
If you’re a student in the UK about to complete an art or design-related undergraduate course then get involved. Read More
“The project explored the politics of diversity of European nationals based in Brighton in response to Brexit. I photographed eight people. People were very scared. It was very palpable. I asked them how they felt – you’re in a place that you think is home and it’s no longer home.” Read More
What constitutes a ‘cult’ film? Hear our Film & Screen Studies degree team examine this question on Saturday 6 May, 6.30-7.30 at Sallis Benney Theatre. Read More
Our newest development, once a tired office block, is highlighted by Floornature architecture magazine. Read More
The annual University of Brighton Graduate Show runs from June 3-11 and turns the university into the largest art venue in the South of England. Read More
The University is exploring what makes cult media as part of the University’s sponsored events at the Brighton Fringe in May. Read More
Esther Teichmann, an artist who uses still and moving image, collage and painting, will be talking about her work at an Edward Street event which is free to University of Brighton students. Read More
The 2nd annual Film & Screen Studies Symposium is at Edward Street on Friday 28 April, 1 – 5.30pm. All welcome! Read More
Part of the Graduate Shows this year? If you’re posting to social media about the build up, your work, your exhibition, then use #brightonshow17. Read More
The work of Moving Image senior lecturer Judy Price will be featured in a new exhibition, Still, in April at The Mosaic Rooms in London. Read More
Four films by Moving Image course leader Matthew Noel-Tod will be shown as part of the 17th Belfast Film Festival followed by a Q&A with the director. Read More
We have an opportunity for a student to undertake a fascinating research project as part of our MRes in Arts and Cultural Research, studying and archiving 25 years of Gscene magazine for The Keep archive. Interested? Read More
On 22 March at 2pm the Film and Screen Studies Film Club will be showing this classic movie at Edward Street. Read More
The Film and Screen Studies Wednesday Film Club will be screening the film Chevalier (Tsangari 2015) on 15 March.
Students get free entry to a screening of this powerful and informative documentary about climate change at Grand Parade on Wednesday 15 March, 6pm. Read More
The fifth annual award sees Moving Image graduate win for her for her dissertation on ‘Young, queer and trivialised?’. Read More
The next Cinematologists screening will be Basil Dearden’s social issue film Victim (1961) starring Dirk Bogarde & Sylvia Syms. Read More
Lizzie Borden’s documentary-style science fiction film is set ten years after a peaceful socialist revolution in the United States, where inequalities of gender, sexuality, and race still prevail, until a group of women decide to mobilise the revolution even further. A film that combines news reports, surveillance footage, documentary sqeuences and handheld camera shooting, the film is now seen as an example of ‘guerrilla filmmaking’ and as iconic of intersectional identity politics of the 1980s.
March 8. 2-3.30pm Room: ES102
Book your place at this screening at Fabrica in Brighton of documentary Heavy Load, which follows the punk band of the film’s title as they smash barriers through their rock music. Read More
Head to Edward Street on Wednesday afternoons 2-4pm and catch a classic movie – all welcome. Read More
Come along to the private view of this fine art Edward Street show on Friday 3 February and see a live performance piece. Read More
A series of free talks, programmed by the University of Brighton, is taking place at the Tate Modern this week.
Come down to celebrate the opening of an exhibition of work by Printmaking, Moving Image and Critical Practice students at Grand Parade from 5.30pm. Read More
Often described as the first Sub-Saharan film to receive international distribution and attention, Ousmane Sembène’s La Noire de… is a film critiquing racism and colonialism. Read More
Come to two free film screenings Watts building as part of the 16 Days of Activism: 30 November (Leaving Greece, 2013 and Boya Boya, 2014) and 9 December (Dream Girls, 1993), 12pm.
The School of Media together with the School of Environment and Technology are organizing two screenings to mark the 16 Days of Activism . The films are provided by the Royal Anthropology Institute..
30 November: double bill of Leaving Greece (2013) and Boya Boya (2014)
9 December: Dream Girls (1994)
Room 309, Watts Building, University of Brighton, Lewes Road, BN2 4GJ, 12pm-2pm.
The 14th CINECITY festival includes a preview of Ben Wheatley’s new action thriller Free Fire, a live soundtrack to Carl Theodor Dreyer’s Vampyr and an evening of work by our own Moving Image students. Read More
Screen Archive South East, at the University of Brighton has launched a new website and online catalogue. Read More
As part of International Day of the Girl Child day, Film and Screen Studies students are staging a series of events at Edward Street, including an open lecture ‘Women and Easrly Filmmaking’, a display and a screening of He Named Me Malala. Read More
Moving Image grad Jess Dadds’ film The Rat King has been commissioned by Channel 4’s Random Acts, a series of ﬁlms celebrating England’s most exciting 16-24 year-old ﬁlmmakers. Read More