FILM : CINECITY Open: Documentary
Time & Location
About The Event
Door & Bar open 8.30pm, event starts 9pm
£5 plus booking fee
Presented in partnership with Cinecity
A selection of open submissions to the festival, from bRighton and Sussex-based film-makers. The running order of the programmes may vary.
DIR: EMAN ELHARMEEL. 20 MINS.
How do you spend your days when you are waiting to know if you have beaten cancer? The story of Mai, a young woman who is enduring chemotherapy, 12appointments, every two weeks. And she won’t know if she or the cancer has won until the end.
DIR: ROSIE BALDWIN. 45 MINS.
A post-punk band made up of adults with learning disabilities discover their resilience, united strength and the power of creativity following the heart-breaking suicide of one of their band members.
DIR: SÉAN BALDWIN. 16 MINS.
Inspired by the death of a close friend, the film-maker takes a walk around his old Brighton neighbourhood, retracing the steps he’s made for over 25 years. On his way he meets friends who recount stories of their relationships with these streets. A dreamlike collage that travels to the heart of friendships through the arteries and doorways that support and transport us.
DIR: STEPHANIE DE PALMA. 11 MINS.
A young woman living in Brighton with schizophrenia almost loses her own identity because of the condition. She has learned how to cope, on her terms, by keeping the voices in her head at bay, especially a vicious woman called Wilhelmina. Katherine challenges herself and the “normal” people asking simply ‘Do you know me?
THE BOOTH MUSEUM
DIR: NIGEL CHALONER. 8 MINS.
A short documentary about the Booth Museum of Natural History. The film has footage of the curious exhibits as well as staff members discussing the museum, its collection and its visitors.
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