Friday, February 28, 2020

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...

Players Enlisted to Create Minecraft like Worlds Adrift

Players Enlisted to Create Minecraft like Worlds Adrift Love to play Minecraft but are wondering how you could just get that little bit more of...

West Pier Studio

There are many things to love about Brighton - but its unique game studios has got to be one of them. West Pier Studio,...

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...

BN1 talks to Danger Man Nick Gillard

Brighton-based Nick Gillard is one of the UK’s, if not the world, leading film stuntmen and stunt coordinators. He has worked with the likes...

Twitch comes out on top as YouTube retires gaming app

When Youtube Gaming launched in 2015, gamers and viewers alike were left wondering if its new app and site would affect live-streaming giant Twitch....

All the best in TV and film for February 2019

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HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON: THE HIDDEN WORLD FRI 1 FEB // CINEMA A sequel to 2010’s and 2014’s enormously successful animated fantasies, we find...

Gaming Guide April and May 2019

Mortal Kombat 11
Mortal Kombat 11 Release date: Tuesday 23 April Platform: PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC It’s been over four years since Mortal Kombat X was released...

BN1 Talks to Gogglebox Stars – The Michael Family

For anyone who has been unable to access terrestrial television or else have been living under a rock for the last year and a...

CINECITY 2017

CINECITY is back in Brighton celebrating its 15th year of the festival this November. The annual event is a partnership between Duke of York's...

Nazra: Queer Lives on Film

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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...