10 – 26 November

Depot is to present a number of screenings in partnership with the 15th edition of Cinecity, in a first for the Brighton Film Festival.

Cinecity promises ‘the very best in world cinema’ with a global mix of ‘premières and previews, treasures from the archive, artists’ moving image and live cinema’. The festival also gives audiences a first look at highly anticipated titles ahead of release.

Depot is to screen The Ballad of Shirley Collins, followed by a question and answer session with the internationally renowned folk singer and Lewes resident. She is joined by producer Paul Williams and Cinecity’s Frank Gray.

> Listen to a clip of the Q&A

Depot will also host a 16mm screening of the work of Nick Collins, shot in numerous locations spanning Cornwall, Orkney, London and Sussex. The films explore landscapes, human presence and absence and the passage of time.

Cinemas of the Mind, part of the Arts Forum of Psychotherapy Sussex, will present a screening of Her at Depot, followed with an introduction and post-screening talk and discussion by Andrea Sabbadini, a Fellow of the British Psychoanalytical Society.

Depot’s contribution to Cinecity also includes a screening of Arabic language film The Nile Hilton Incident, Swahili film Makala and the Hindi film The Cinema Travellers.

Cinecity is supported by Arts Council England, British Film Institute and the University of Brighton.