Duke's at Komedia

Screening Days South East

The ICO is proud to be partnering with the newly established Film Hub South East to offer a special Screening Days event for exhibitors based in the South East Hub region (comprising Kent, Sussex, Surrey, Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Berkshire, Oxfordshire).

Come and watch preview films months before their cinema release, network with fellow exhibitors in your local area, and find out about Film Hub South East’s plans for developing opportunities for film exhibition in the region.

Film Hub South East is part of the BFI’s Film Audience Network (FAN). Its role is to bring film, education, community, exhibition, archive and events experts together to offer more choice, more insight and grow new audiences.

The Hub will serve as an information resource for news about specialised film and provide support for the exhibition sector. This will take the form of curation, community screenings, special events, skills & training and advice surgeries.

Information

Dates
Fri 22 Nov 2013 to Sat 23 Nov 2013
Venue
Duke's at Komedia

At Screening Days South East, there will be the opportunity to meet with representatives from Film Hub South East to discuss how your organisation might participate within its programme of activities over the next three years.

This two-day event is for cinemas, mixed arts venues, film societies, film festivals, museums, galleries and community venues exhibiting film.

Registration

Registration for this event is now closed. 

Screening Days South East is an industry event which is only open to people that work or volunteer in the film exhibition sector, and are based in the South East Hub region.

Bursaries

Bursaries of up to £100 are available towards travel and accommodation costs for participants that live 25 miles from Brighton. Bursaries are available on a first come first serve basis, and are limited to one per organisation in the first instance.  You can apply for a bursary when booking your place.

Schedule

This is an early version of the schedule, a final version will be emailed to delegates closer to the event.

Friday 22 November

09.30 PREVIEW SCREENING: All is Lost

09:50 PREVIEW SCREENING: A Story of Children and Film

11.40 PREVIEW SCREENING: Jeune & Jolie

12.00 PRESENTATION: Exhibition on Screen by Phil Grabsky

13.00 Lunch plus Shorts programme

13.45 Introduction to Film Hub South East, Screen Archive South East and Oska Bright

14.45 Open forum discussion with Film Hub South East

16.00 Švankmajer Exhibition tour

17.00 Drinks reception

Choice of CINECITY Festival screenings

18.00 FESTIVAL SCREENING: Exhibition

21.00 FESTIVAL SCREENING: Bruno & Earlene Go To Vegas

23.30 FESTIVAL SCREENING: Wake In Fright

Saturday 23 November

09.30 PREVIEW SCREENING: We Are The Best!

10.00 PREVIEW SCREENING: Kiss the Water

11.30 PREVIEW SCREENING: Kill your Darlings

11.30 PREVIEW SCREENING: The Golden Dream

13.15 Lunch plus Shorts programme

Choice of CINECITY Festival screenings

14.00 FESTIVAL SCREENING: The City Not The City

14.00 FESTIVAL SCREENING: Faust – Švankmajer Retrospective

18.00 FESTIVAL SCREENING: The Invisible Woman

20.30 FESTIVAL SCREENING: Algorithims

Places to stay

A list of nearby hotels can be found by clicking on the above tab ‘Places to stay’.

Find out more

Further information about the event will be uploaded to this section of the website, or for any queries please call 0207 636 7120 or email beckyc@independentcinemaoffice.org.uk.

In partnership with CINECITY and Film Hub South East

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