PHOTOS FROM THIRD THURSDAY ON 17 MARCH 2022

Courtesy of Pete Jones Photography – pjproductions.co.uk

Viewers on the film trail outside TK Maxx.

I Want You To Panic by Nina Holmgren showing above TK Maxx on Ship Street.

Above: Josh Merritt’s BREATHE in Clarence Yard.

Right: Viewers watch Josh Merritt’s film.

Above: Alia Pathan’s Emperor Far Away in Bond St Laine car park.

Left: Audiences gather for Emperor Far Away.

Above: What Happened to the Trees? by Simon Le Boggit on Gardner St.

Right: Audiences view Simon Le Boggit’s film. 

Letters to the Earth by Little Green Pig in Simon Webster Hair and Wideye, Gardner St.

Letters to the Earth by Little Green Pig in Simon Webster Hair and Wideye, Gardner St.

Normalisation of a Disaster by Devadeep Gupta in Habitat on North St.

Forest by Ranbir Kaleka in Knoops on Market St, The Lanes. 

PHOTOS FROM THIRD THURSDAY ON 17 FEBRUARY 2022

Courtesy of Pete Jones Photography – pjproductions.co.uk

Audiences watch Thomas Lock’s Memory Theatre on Western Road

Audiences taking part in the film trail on Western Road

Audiences watch a film projected in Regency Square

Shon Faye – Catechism by Emily Mcdonald, showing in Regency Square

Airy Me – Cuushe by Yoko Kuno projected on East Street

Audiences watch a film in East Street as part of the film trail

Bring Your Own Beamer by Pop Up Brighton in Brighton Place/Market Street, The Lanes

Bring Your Own Beamer by Pop Up Brighton in Brighton Place/Market Street, The Lanes

Bring Your Own Beamer by Pop Up Brighton in Brighton Place/Market Street, The Lanes

Brighton Bluegrass Collective play on Gardner Street

Young people from Brighton Youth Centre play on Market Street in The Lanes

Josh Robinson playing on Bond Street

Luan Mei playing on Bond Street

Chroma City by David Parker showing the window of Ollie Quinn, Gardner Street

Jessica Miller’s ULTRA shown in Knoops window in Brighton Place

Mathis Zhang’s Dreams, Butterfly Boy Dreams in Infinity Foods on North Road

Public Figure by Ryan Ormonde and Madalina Zaharia in the window of Habitat, North Street

PHOTOS FROM THIRD THURSDAYS ON 20 JANUARY 2022

Audiences watch Wong Ping’s ‘JoyTrendySound – Fragile’

‘JoyTrendySound – Fragile’ projected onto Maje, Brighton

Plasma Vista by Sarah Cocking & Harriet Fleuriot showing in Ollie Quinn, Gardner Street

Advena by Georgia Tucker in Infinity Foods window on North Road

The Safe Zone by Murat Sayginer projected outside East Street Arcade

Semiconductor’s 20Hz showing in Knoops window in Brighton Place, The Lanes

Audiences take part in the film trail on Market Street in The Lanes

Rachel Maclean’s Again and Again and Again projected onto Polo restaurant, Brighton Place

Above: Reverse Wormhole by Sarah Ann Banks projected in Clarence Yard, The Lanes. Left: Audiences watch in Clarence Yard.

Alysha Mae plays on East Street

Young people from Brighton Youth Centre play on Market Street in The Lanes

Amy Palmer & Frank Thompson play on Bond Street


Young people from Brighton Youth Centre play on Market Street in The Lanes

Photos from Third Thursday on 16 December 2021 

Photos courtesy of Bip Mistry / Transition Film

Choi Sai Ho’s film, ‘Brighton is Our Playground’, shows in Ollie Quinn’s window.

Greenness play live music in Kensington Gardens.

Audiences watch films projected in North Laine and The Lanes. 

Siphenati Mayekiso’s film, ‘Echoes of Identity’ is projected above The Dorset, Gardner Street.

‘FINAL DAYS: CLOSING ROUTINE’ by Heather Phillipson projected in Clarence Yard, The Lanes.

Above: Musicians from Brighton Youth Centre perform in Brighton Place during the evening.

Left: Audiences enjoy Heather Phillipson’s film, ‘FINAL DAYS: CLOSING ROUTINE’ in The Lanes. 

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