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Bram Stoker’s Dracula (35mm) – 25th Anniversary

Duke of York’s Picturehouse, Brighton

Thursday 19th January 2017 – 9pm

Join us for this rare opportunity to see Francis Ford Coppola’s grand vision of Bram Stoker’s masterpiece on big screen 35mm to celebrate it’s 25th anniversary.

Starring Gary Oldman, Winona Ryder, Sir Anthony Hopkins, Keanu Reeves, Sadie Frost, Richard E Grant, Bill Campbell, Cary Elwes, Tom Waits.

PLEASE NOTE: This is a change to our original programme.

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9 to 5 / Working Girl – International Women’s Day

Phoenix Cinema, East Finchley – Sunday 5th March 2017 – 1:30pm

The Celluloid Sorceress and The Bechdel Test Fest are teaming up for a pre International Women’s Day celebration with a double bill screening of classic Hollywood comedies about working women!

Hosts Nikki Williams and Bechdel Test Fest’s Corrina Antrobus and Simran Hans who will explore the truth and humor in these essential classics showcasing the legacy of the so-called 80s’ ‘Career Woman’

• Total runtime 270 minutes (inc 15 min interval and discussions)
• A digital presentation

Tickets £12 / £10 concession. On sale soon from


Sunshine (35mm) – 10th Anniversary

Duke of York’s Picturehouse, Brighton – Thursday 16th March 2017 – 9pm

Join us in the middle of March for a rare 35mm screening of Danny Boyle’s cult classic about astronauts on a mission to reignite the sun!

Widely regarded as one of the most underrated sci-fi films of recent decades, Sunshine celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2017.

Starring: Cillian Murphy, Mark Strong, Michelle Yeoh, Rose Byrne, Chris Evans, Troy Garrity, Huroyuki Sanada, Benedict Wong, Chris Searle, Cliff Curtis. Written by Alex Garland

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Past events . . . .

Romancing The Stone & The Jewel of The Nile

Plus on-stage q&a with film editor Michael Ellis a.c.e.

Phoenix Cinema, East Finchley – Sunday 15th January 2017 1:10pm

They took the ‘80s by storm – now enjoy the big-screen thrills of two classic, multi-award winning action-adventure romantic comedies in one special event double feature!

Q&A with MICHAEL ELLIS a.c.e.: We’re delighted to welcome Michael for a Q&A after the films. His credits include Superman, Cross Of Iron, Brassed Off, Little Voice and The Boy In Striped Pajamas. I looking forward to talking with him about his career and editing THE JEWEL OF THE NILE.

Please be aware that there are no adverts or trailers before the performance. Programme cert 12a.

• Total runtime 270 minutes (inc intro, 15 min interval and Q&A)
• Digital presentation

Tickets £12 / £10 concession from



The Witches of Eastwick – 35mm Screening

Duke of York’s Picturehouse, Brighton

Tuesday 13th December 6pm

After our terrific screening of Thelma & Louise I am even more excited to bring George Miller’s franchise spawning take on John Updike’s novel to the big screen just ahead of its 30th anniversary.

With a delightful Oscar nominated score by John Williams and the cinematography of the late Vilmos Zsgmond (June 16, 1930 – January 1, 2016), The Witches Of Eastwick is a timeless and enduring classic and a rare treat on the big screen!

Thelma & Louise – A 25th anniversary 35mm screening!

Duke of York’s Picturehouse, Brighton – Thursday 3rd November 9pm


The Last Boy Scout – A 25th anniversary 35mm screening!

Duke of York’s Picturehouse, Brighton

Sunday 9th October 12:30pm


Cult 90s action classic THE LAST BOY SCOUT screening from a rarely shown 35mm print.

Washed-up private eye Joe Hallenbeck (Bruce Willis) hooks up with down-and-out ex-quarterback Jimmy Dix (Damon Wayans) to try to find out who murdered the football player’s stripper girlfriend (Halle Berry). The trail leads into a violent world of political corruption and high-stakes gambling as bullets fly and the body count gets higher. Late director Tony Scott was a pioneer of turbo-charged mayhem while Shane Black’s script has tons of wisecracks.

One of the great cult action films of all time, The Last Boy Scout was not a huge hit on release. Despite the amount of talent involved on-set tensions and studio interference made for a difficult production. Immediately recognised by fans of Scott’s trademark directorial style as a cult classic, The Last Boy Scout grew in stature on VHS and this rare showing from an original 35mm print is a must-see on the big screen!

Certificate 18

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The Accidental Tourist – A 35mm tribute to Geena Davis

Duke of York’s Picturehouse, Brighton – 24/07/16 2pm


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