Centenary Cinema at Newhaven Fort: ‘Wings’ and ‘All Quiet on the Western Front’

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Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd August , Doors 6.30pm

 

Newhaven Fort, Fort Road, Newhaven

Screenings of classic films ‘Wings’ on Saturday 2nd and ‘All Quiet on the Western Front’ on Sunday 3rd August. The Sunday screening will be preceded by a short commemoration to mark the centenary of the outbreak of war.

‘Wings’ (u) [1927] A rare opportunity to see this classic silent film on the big screen, ‘Wings’ features Clara Bow, Richard Arlen and Gary Cooper, and won the first Academy Award for Best Picture.

‘All Quiet on the Western Front’ (PG) [1930] One of the most powerful anti-war films, this realistic and harrowing depiction of war is regarded as one of the greatest American movies of all time.

Tickets are £7 per screening (£6 concessions) and are available from Newhaven Fort on 01273 517622.

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Filmspot CMPCA Pop Up Cinema: ‘Kind Hearts and Coronets’

FilmSpotLogoChosenCol4Red28th June, 7pm doors (film at 7.30pm)

St Michael’s Church Hall, St Michael’s Place, Brighton

Following on from the success of screenings of ‘The Great White Silence’ and ‘Sunset Boulevard’Filmspot are bringing another slice of classic cinema to the ‘CMP’ area of Brighton this June.

One of the most acclaimed, and darkest, of the iconic Ealing Comedies, ‘Kind Hearts and Coronets’ features an astonishing turn by Alec Guinness, who portrays eight different members of the D’Ascoyne family.

Set in 1900, Louis Mazzini (Denis Price) is a descendant of the aristocratic D’Ascoyne family. His mother was disowned by the family for marrying an Italian singer. After his mother’s death, Louis hatches a plan to murder all the D’Ascoynes standing between him and the cherished family dukedom.

Tickets cost £5 in advance, by emailing info@lja.uk.com or telephoning 01273 328683.

Deaf Community Cinema Night: ‘Retreat’ and ‘Gravity’

FilmSpotLogoChosenCol4RedSaturday 21st June, 7.30pm

Claremont Hall, Brooklyn Road, Seaford

Filmspot are delighted to be working with the Sussex Deaf Community for this inaugural Deaf Community Cinema Night in Seaford.

For this event, we are presenting ‘Retreat’, the riveting short film by deaf filmmaker, Ted Evans, followed by a screening of award-winning sci-fi blockbuster, ‘Gravity’. Both films will be presented for the deaf and hard of hearing, with subtitles – however the event is open to all.

Tickets cost £6 adults; £4 children (12+); £18 family tickets (2 adults, 2 children aged 12+).

To book, please contact Nadia Nadarajah at deafdiaspora@gmail.com

 

150th anniversary of the Seaford to Brighton line

7th June 2014, 10am – 4pm, FREE ADMISSION

Bishopstone Station

In association with Sussex Community Rail Partnership and Seaford Cinema

Filmspot will be presenting local and well-known travel-related film in the atmospheric Art Deco Grade II Listed station building. Films will include charming advertisements created by children from Newhaven Harbour Primary School. As part of the celebrations, there will be events running at various locations along the Seaford to Brighton line. See the Sussex Community Rail Partnership website for details