Saturday, January 19, 2019

November 2018 TV and film releases you won’t want to miss

November 2018 tv and film releases
HOUSE OF CARDS: Season 6 - Netflix - Fri 2 Nov After much debate, the sixth and final season of the American political drama has...

Accessible gaming: the companies making the industry available to everyone

accessible gaming
Video games have mostly been developed with a one-dimensional view of their target audience. Undoubtedly, this has created boundaries for those with physical disabilities.  People...

Room For A Man – film review

Director – Anthony Chidiac Runtime – 77 minutes Fabrica Gallery, Brighton, on Thurs 1 Nov Towner Gallery, Eastbourne, on Thurs 2 Nov. Anthony Chidiac’s Room For A Man...

City of Borders – film review

Director: Yun Suh Runtime: 66 Minutes Fabrica Gallery, Brighton Weds 10 Oct Towner Gallery, Eastbourne. Thurs 11 Oct em>City of Borders is a fascinating documentary exploring the intersections...

New Film and TV Releases in October 2018

Film and TV
Doctor Who Sun 7 Oct BBC One of the nation’s favourite TV shows is returning to the little screen this October. Much will stay a mystery until...

All the best shows and movies screening this month

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TV         Bojack Horseman Fri 14 September Netflix Black comedy and adult animation BoJack Horseman follows the life of anthropomorphic horse BoJack, a depressed alcoholic and washed-up star...

Nazra: Queer Lives on Film

nazra queer lives on film
Eyes Wide Open Cinema is bringing a season of films dedicated to LGBTQ+ representation in Arab cinema to Brighton screens this month, entitled: “Nazra: Queer Lives on...

Preview whats on the big (and little) screen this August

TV THE HOUSE OF FLOWERS FRI 10 AUG NETFLIX The House of Flowers is as dramatic, comical and captivating as you could hope. Follow the De La Mora...

Best Apps For Brighton Beach 2018

Brighton is one of the UK’s most popular destinations, especially in the summertime, with Brighton beach often packed out with tourists. However long you’re...

TV and Film July 2018: What to Watch on the Screen

TV SHARP OBJECTS SUN 8 JUL SKY ATLANTIC Amy Adams continues to refuse to be typecast, this month playing a crime reporter recently discharged from psychiatric hospital in...

INTERVIEW/REVIEW: The Book Of Gabrielle

The Book Of Gabrielle is a cerebral and tender exploration of sexuality, sex and art and the complexities of desire. The film follows Gabrielle...

Luna Beach Cinema comes to Brighton

The most scenic cinema around is set to return to Brighton Beach this summer, now hosted by London based Luna Cinema, who are bringing with them...