FHSE & ICO Screening Days, November 2014

Screening Days South East
27 & 28 November 2014
Duke’s at Komedia, Brighton

Film Hub South East is proud to be partnering with the ICO to offer a Hub-based Screening Days event on Thursday 27 and Friday 28 November 2014. Choose from a programme of pre-release films showing at the Duke’s at Komedia in Brighton.

Screening Days are preview film screening events for staff and volunteers of cinemas, mixed arts venues, film festivals, and film societies. This event will showcase key upcoming art-house and independent titles scheduled for theatrical release between December 2014 and February 2015.

Watch films to help plan your programme, network with fellow exhibitors in your local area and find out about Film Hub South East’s plans for film exhibition in the region.

To find out more about booking tickets please visit the ICO website

Members of Film Hub South East are eligible for free Hub-funded passes.

If you are an exhibitor based in the South East region but are not yet a member of the Film Hub, you can benefit from a free pass, by signing up for membership at https://filmhubse.org/members

Exhibitors from other regions are eligible to attend at normal Screening Days prices:

  • One-day pass: £25
  • Two-day pass: £44

The first title confirmed for the programme is:

A Little Chaos – directed by actor Alan Rickman, this period drama stars Kate Winslet as Sabine de Barra, a female landscape gardener given the Herculean task of constructing the gardens at Versailles; a position that puts her at the very heart of the court of King Louis XIV (Rickman). With Stanley Tucci, Jennifer Ehle, Matthias Schoenarts and Helen McCrory.


Please note: this is an early version of the schedule and timings may change; the final schedule will be emailed to delegates closer to the event. Films will include BIRDMAN, GIRLHOOD, THE DUKE OF BURGUNDY. TIMBUKTU,  A LITTLE CHAOS, THE TRIBE, MANAKAMAN, A MOST VIOLENT YEAR, X & Y

Thursday 27 November

09.00  PREVIEW SCREENINGS 1 & 2 or Film Hub South East One-to-one Surgeries

11.00  PREVIEW SCREENINGS 3 & 4 or Film Hub South East One-to-one Surgeries

13.00  Lunch

14.00  PREVIEW SCREENING 5 or Film Hub South East Forum

16.15  BERG Exhibition tour

17.00  Drinks reception

Choice of CINECITY Festival screenings

18.30  CINECITY SCREENING: Excuse my French

Friday 28 November



13.00  Lunch

14.00  Contemporary Visual Arts Network (CVAN) meeting

14.00 Neighbourhood Cinema training event

As part of BFI Neighbourhood Cinema the ICO is delivering a series of training events to support new and existing community cinemas. The event will include the following activities full details of the day programme can be found on the Neighbourhood Cinema 

  • The BFI’s Neighbourhood Cinema scheme including support and funding available
  • New ways to access content for your programme
  • Programming best practice 

To register your FREE place please visit the Independent Cinema Office 

Choice of CINECITY Festival screenings