Member Events

April screenings from Film Hub South East Members:

 

Fri 1 Apr – Sun 3 Apr
Japanese Film Festival
Audition (18) | Takashi Miike | Japan | 1999 | 115mins | Ryo Ishibashi, Eihi Shiina, Tetsu Sawaki
Norwegian Wood (15) | Tran Anh Hung | Japan | 2010 | 131mins | Ken’ichi Matsuyama, Rinko Kikuchi, Kiko Mizuhar
Ponyo (U) | Hayao Miyazaki | Japan | 2009 | 103mins | Animation
Battle Royale (18) | Kinji Fukasaku | Japan | 2000 | 114mins | Tatsuya Fujiwara, Aki Maeda, Tarô Yamamoto
Venue: Gulbenkian, Canterbury
Time: Fri 1 Apr – Sun 3 Apr

Thursday 7th April
Eyes Wide Open present: Celluloid Perversions
When We Are Together We Can Be Everywhere (Marit Östberg, 2015)
Venue: The Marlborough Theatre & Pub, Brighton
Time: Thursday 7th April, 8pm.
Tickets: http://celluloperv.bpt.me/

Friday 8th April
Gulbenkian presents: Kissing the Rock + Q&A
Film Title: (+director, year) Kissing the rock | Matt Trappe | USA | 2016 | 22mins | Documentary
FILMTALK: The film will be followed by a screening of a biographical video about director Matt Trappe and then live broadcast SKYPE Q&A with Matt Trappe (approx.15 mins). Send us your questions for Matt using #KTRGulbenkian .
Venue: Gulbenkian, Canterbury
Time: Fri 8 Apr 6.15pm

Sat 9th April
Drive in: Grease (PG)
 | Randall Kleiser | USA | 1978 | 110 mins
Venue: Gulbenkian, Canterbury
Time: Sat 9 Apr 6.30pm (Trailers commence 7pm, feature film commences 7.20pm approx.)

Sunday 10th April
The Beaches of Agnes, presented by Dreamland Cinema and Women Over 50 Film Festival
Film Title: The Beaches of Agnes (Agnes Varda, 2008)
We are delighted to be preceding The Beaches of Agnès with a short film selected for show in last year’s WOFFF festival, Woman of the Sea, by filmmaker Trisha McCrae.
Venue: 88 London Road (formerly Emporium Theatre), Brighton
Time: 10 April / 6:30PM

Thursday 14th April
Eyes Wide Open presents Everlasting Love
Everlasting Love (Marçal Forés, 2014)
Venue: Duke’s at Komedia, Brighton
Time: Thursday 14th April 9pm.
Tickets

Thursday, 14th April
East Asia Moving (Part of the Moving Pictures programme)
Recent shorts by artist filmmakers from China, Korea, Japan, Taiwan and Singapore
Venue: Fabrica, Brighton
Time: Thursday, 14th April 7pm
Presented in partnership with videoclub

Sunday 17th April
Sleaford Mods : Invisible Britain (15)
 | Nathan Hannawin, Paul Sng | UK | 2015 | 86mins
Gulbenkian, Canterbury
Time: Sun 17 Apr 5.30pm
Sleaford Mods: Invisible Britain shows the most exciting and uncompromising British band in years sticking two fingers up to the zeitgeist and articulating the rage and desperation of those without a voice in austerity Britain. Part band doc, part look at the state of the nation, the documentary features individuals and communities attempting to find hope among the ruins, all against the band’s blistering soundtrack.

Sunday 24th April
Calamity Jane Sing A Long (U)
 David Butler | US | 1953 | 101mins
Gulbenkian, Canterbury
Time: Sun 24 Apr 3pm
Doris Day stars as spirited Calamity Jane in David Butler’s wonderfully rambunctious musical, riding into Deadwood in the lawless west.
Dress up encouraged. Themed menu available in our café.

Monday 25th April
Film Forum: Animations by Mikey Please (Part of the Moving Pictures programme)
Fabrica, Brighton
Time: Monday 25th April, 5.30pm
Presented in partnership with Lighthouse and Brighton Film School

Tuesday 26 April
Fabrica Film Club presents The Second Mother (2015, Anna Muylaert)
Fabrica, Brighton
Time: 7pm
Presented in partnership with The Women Over 50 Film Festival

Tuesday 26 April
Draw to Film: 8 1/2 (Federico Fellini, 1963)   (Part of the Moving Pictures programme)
Fabrica, Brighton
Time: 12.30 – 4.30pm
An interactive and unique drawing experience

Wednesday 27th April
Eyes Wide Open presents Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pictures
Film Title: Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pictures (Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato, 2016)
Venue: Duke of York’s, Brighton
Time: 9pm

Wednesday 27th April
They Will Have to Kill Us First (15) | Johanna Schwartz | UK | 2015 | 105mins
Gulbenkian, Canterbury
Time: Wed 27 Apr 6.30pm
An urgent, important documentary, They Will Have to Kill Us First follows musicians in Mali in the wake of the country’s jihadist takeover and the subsequent overnight ban of music in 2012.