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Deborah Espect is a Brighton based, multi-award winning film maker. She has produced a number of LGTBQ films using Brighton as a backdrop. One of these films ‘The World Can Wait’ is touring film festivals around the world and this month is screening in Hawaii.
I’ve been eagerly anticipating the release of Ben Wheatley’s shoot ‘em up ‘Free Fire’ since I spent four days on the set as a production assistant in 2015. With its recent theatrical release, it has met its high expectation being called an instant classic by people all over social media. Mark Kermode made it […]
“It’s a labour of love. We love doing it and we love screening these films. If we don’t do it, who will?” Legacy Film have gone from strength to strength since launching their first festival in Brighton five years ago, to showcase work by and about people of African and Caribbean origin. The key […]
Two highly skilled local cameramen, Peter Ditch and Ray Moore, have accumulated a wealth of experience at the coalface of the British film and television industry. They reveal the significance of a short end, the art of focus pulling, and their favourite cinema in Brighton. Being a milkman is a dying trade these days, […]