The creative industries made a record contribution to the economy in 2016. Read More
The University of Brighton will be hosting 50+ short films, Q&As, workshops and talks celebrating older women in front of and behind the camera next month. Read More
The Royal Television Society’s annual awards include student categories for Animation, Comedy & Entertainment, Drama, Factual, News and Short Feature.
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 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
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
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