Duke of York’s Picturehouse
Preston Road
BN1 4NA
The Duke of York's Picturehouse has been recognised as the oldest function-built, continually operational cinema in the UK. Founded in 1910, the Duke's has a history as rich and variegated as cinema itself. Today it exists as part of the Picturehouse network of arthouse cinemas. The Duke of York's prides itself on showing an eclectic range of film from foreign language cinema, to Hollywood blockbusters, to cult classics, and silent movies with lives scores. 
Duke's at Komedia
44–47 Gardner Street
Brighton BN1 1UN
Duke's at Komedia was opened in 2012 as the sister cinema of Brighton's iconic Duke of York's Picturehouse. A state-of-the-art, two screen cinema situated in the heart of Brighton's North Laine and home of the annual Cinecity film festival. Offering a diverse programme of mainstream and art-house films, as well as regular live broadcast of operas and other events from around the world, Duke's at Komedia remains an essential venue for film lovers in and around Brighton
PROGRAMME
18/06, 4pm
THE WAR SHOW  
Dir. Andreas Dalsgaard, Obaidah Zytoon
Denmark, 2016, 104 mins
Duke's at Komedia
44–47 Gardner Street
Brighton BN1 1UN
10/08, 6.30pm
THE NINE MUSES + discussion
Dir. John Akomfrah 
UK, 2012, 90 mins 
Duke's at Komedia
44–47 Gardner Street
Brighton BN1 1UN
21/09, 6.30pm
BLACKBOARDS
Dir. Samira Makhmalbaf  
Iran, 2000, 85 mins 
Duke of York’s Picturehouse
Preston Road
BN1 4NA
 A  NATIONWIDE PROGRAMME OF FILMS AND EVENTS EXPLORING MIGRATION FROM BOTH GLOBAL AND LOCAL PERSPECTIVES