Tuesday, December 07, 2010

Saturday 4th of December at CINE CITY Brighton Film Festival

We ran a workshop at the Brighton and Hove Museum for CINE CITY, Brighton Film Festival.
This was the first weekend of the heavy snow in the UK and getting the train to Brighton from London was long and busy but was definitely worth it.
We were met with a steady flow of people throughout the day despite the weather, including a very dedicated attendee, Margaret Sharrow who had driven over from Aberystwyth especially! Margaret's blog of her day can be found here with a video of the end results too. 

It was great to be in the heart of Brighton for the day - just opposite the magnificent Royal Pavilion and we later got to check out the Duke of York Cinema - a fantastic old Picturehouse in the city centre.
We were especially pleased to be in the museum just as an exhibition dedicated to the exploration of colour in film opened, with Len Lye's  A Colour Box on display with a great description by the Daily Herald as pictured above. 
It was great to be back in Brighton after filming there in the summer and it was a pleasure to meet so many great people.


  1. hey this is me sophie wen we came to brighton museam and we did tht film and a man recorded us but where is it on the website cause i cant find it

  2. Hi Sophie!
    Great to hear from you, at the moment the only video of the film is found on margaret sharrow's blog here:


    We'll be doing a proper video of it soon... Promise!