Fabrica Film Club: Different Voices

Fabrica Film Club presents an exciting new programme that explores different voices through cinema at Brighton’s home for unusual and thought-provoking film.

More information here.


This programme has been funded through Film Hub South East’s Audience Development Scheme.

Stories of our Lives 

Tuesday 16 February at St Nicholas Church
£5 / £3 conc. Doors & Wine Bar open 7pm, Event starts 7.30pm

Legacy Film, Brighton’s platform for African and Caribbean film, is teaming up with Fabrica for our Hear Me, See Me series to bring you this Kenyan film Stories of Our Lives, released in 2014.

‘Stories of Our Lives is one of the most triumphant and stunning films of the year.’  – Huffington Post

Created by the members of The Nest Collective, a Nairobi-based arts collective, the film is an anthology of five short black & white films that dramatise intimate true stories of LGBT life in Kenya.
Watch the Trailer here

‘Chuchu and his team have made a brave, beautiful, timely film, which boldly stands up for hope and love in the face of bigotry and bullying.’ – Hollywood Reporter

Wild Side 

Tuesday 15 March at St Nicholas Church
£5 / £3 conc. Doors & Wine Bar open 7pm, Event starts 7.30pm

Eyes Wide Open Cinema, Brighton’s queer film strand, is teaming up with Fabrica for their Hear Me, See Me series to bring you Sébastien Lifshitz’s 2004 drama Wild Side (cert. 18, 1hr 33mins).
Stéphanie is a French sex worker who has to travel from Paris to her small hometown where her terminally-ill mother is in need of her care. At home, Stéphanie must face the haunting memories of her childhood and the past she left behind.

‘Michelin’s casting allows her to move well beyond the usual clichés that established characters as trans, and lifts Wild Side into a subtly defiant piece of poetry.’ – Juliet Jacques

Wild Side is a culturally significant forgotten gem; an exquisite arthouse feature and one of the few films to cast a transgender actress (Stéphanie Michelin) in a transgender role.