Every Sunday from January 2024
Join us every Sunday morning to experience the magic of immersive, cinematic virtual reality, and dive into multiple worlds of imagination and wonder – for free!
These VR experiences covers challenging and important topics that are part of all of our world today – including the environment, disabilities, music, health, immigration and well-being.
We hope you can join us for as many as possible to experience the full scope of VR films offer!
There has been over a century of history and change since the first International Women’s Day (IWD) was held in March 1911. IWD isn’t country, group or organisation specific. It’s a day of collective global activism and celebration that belongs to all those committed to forging women’s equality.
Sunday 10 March
Mother’s Day provides a chance to celebrate the parents, partners, and friends who nurture and support others. If there’s someone special you’d like to say thank you to, an afternoon tea and a classic movie at Depot makes the ideal gift!
This year, enjoy a specially prepared menu along with a screening of George Cukor’s 1933 adaptation of Little Women, starring Katharine Hepburn as Louisa May Alcott’s iconic heroine Jo March. The film will include an introduction from Depot’s Events Manager Bonnie Macrae.
Wednesday 13 March
Screened in collaboration with Lewes Town Council and The Mayor of Lewes. This screening will feature poetry readings by John Agard and Grace Nicols and a discussion with the Mayor of Lewes, Councillor Matthew Bird, and Audrey Jarvis of Lewes Swifts.
Airship engineer Dr. Graham Dorrington embarks on a trip to the giant Kaieteur Falls in the heart of Guyana, hoping to fly his helium-filled invention above the tree tops. But this logistic effort will not be without risk.
With the expedition is Werner Herzog, setting out now with a new prototype of the airship into the Lost World of the pristine rain forest of this little explored area of the world, to record and tell this unique story in an extraordinary, feature-documentary film.
Sunday 17 March
With less than 5% of disabled people working in the UK film industry, Oska Bright Film Festival is driven to make change happen. Oska Bright Film Festival puts people with learning disabilities or autism where they should be, on the big screen.
Thursday 28 March
Q&A Screening with director Ewan Gorman and lead actor Stewart James Barham
Vince Sand returns to Brighton following the death of his estranged son Jake. The official story just doesn’t add up, and his direct investigation gets him nowhere.
Vince must play it smart as he steps into the world of drug dealing and homelessness in his attempt to uncover the truth about his Jake’s death.
Monday 1 April – Easter Screening
In the early years of the 20th century, Mohandas K. Gandhi, a British-trained lawyer, forsakes all worldly possessions to take up the cause of Indian independence.
Faced with armed resistance from the British government, Gandhi adopts a policy of ‘passive resistance’, endeavouring to win freedom for his people without resorting to bloodshed.