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David Thomson to make rare UK appearance at Depot

Friday 9 March World renowned film critic David Thomson is to make a rare personal appearance in the UK next month at Depot, sharing his insights in conversation with Depot Young Programmers. Described by John Banville as ‘the greatest living writer on the...

Depot shortlisted for major national planning award

Depot has been shortlisted for a major national planning award.  The independent cinema and arts venue, operated by Lewes Community Screen, has been announced as a finalist in the category for Excellence for Planning in Heritage and Culture at the Royal Town Planning...

Part of the history of cinema in Lewes

A copy of the opening night programme for the Odeon Cinema in Lewes has been shared with Depot and can be seen here. It is reproduced by kind permission of Mrs Rita Chaplin, whose mother Ella Funnell attended the opening night, in June...

Depot to present Leone/Morricone trilogy

Sundays in April On alternative Sundays in April, Depot will present a trilogy of epic films by the Italian director Sergio Leone and the Italian composer Ennio Morricone, considered by many as the finest collaboration in movie history. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly...

Alterations and Make Do & Mend Sessions at Depot

12 and 15 February Inspired by our screenings of Phantom Thread, and reflecting the glamour and craftsmanship of 1950s London haute couture depicted in the film, Depot is to offer a number of sewing workshops with Diana Uprichard. Diana has a passion for well made...

Lewes Remembers film premières at Depot exhibition

5 – 11 February Lewes’ unique torch-lit tribute to its World War I dead, staged last November, is the subject of a new film to be premièred at Depot cinema. The 15 minute film, shot by four professional filmmakers from Lewes, documents the moving act of...