artrepublic Pop Up Cinema! Film Screenings in our Brighton gallery

Up next: A series of short films at artrepublic gallery with Directors Notes.

From private views and music gigs to our monthly kids’ club, artrepublic are proud to offer a broad range of exciting and unique events for both art lovers and the wider community within our newly expanded gallery in the heart of Brighton’s North Laine.

Our first film screening proved such a hit we have made film nights at artrepublic a regular feature! Expect an immersive meeting of film and art within an intimate gallery setting showing an eclectic mix of films not widely available elsewhere.

Next film night: February 16th February – Get your tickets at eventbrite.

artrepublic gallery are excited to present a selection of short films in collaboration with Directors Notes in our Brighton gallery at 7pm on Sunday 16th of February.

‘Two Puddles’

An enigmatic short by Tim Keeling on monogamy and gold diggers that will leave you with more questions than answers.

‘A Visual Ode to A Hare in the Woods’

Andrea Marini Pays Tribute to Chef Massimo Bottura in this thematically-complex short combining art, food and film.

‘And, We Disappear’

Follows a woman through the beginning stages of her afterlife as she comes to realise the journey she must undertake to the hereafter.

Hedge’

Following the loss of her father, Amanda Bonaiuto draws on personal memories and weird humour in this short surreal film

‘Judas Collar’

A Camel Must Choose Between Herself or the Good of the Herd in this no-dialogue, live action short featuring a cast of camels.

‘Finally’

A stylised dance music video that bids farewell to iconic Sydney apartment block, Glenview Court

Rising Water’

A glimpse of the future of humanity amidst the remnants of a sunken village

Holly Goes to Therapy’

Inspired by a real therapy session, a woman is forced to confront her inner child in this surprising comedy by LA-based filmmaker Cat Ventura

The Man Who Travelled Nowhere in Time’

Vincent René-Lortie takes a trip into temporal nightmares in this dance short.

Fancy a trip to the artrepublic cinema? Get your tickets at eventbrite.

 

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