Brighton on Film.

We will show you the locations used in feature films including Brighton Rock 1947 and the 2011 version, Quadrophenia, Genevieve, Oh what a Lovely War, Wimbledon, Mona Lisa and many more.

Brighton has a long history of filmmaking and cinematography ~ William Friese-Greene the inventor of cineamatography,lived and worked here.

In the 1890s, George Albert Smith, the film and editing pioneer,lived and built a studio in Hove.

Brighton's Duke of York's Picturehouse,1910, is the oldest purpose built and continually operating cinema in Britain.

Many Director's have been and are continually drawn to Brighton for film locations.

 

 

 

Please contact us to discuss the perfect walk for groups, overseas students,school syllabus,parties, or an especially tailor- made walk.

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