Seaside Film Club – Heaven’s Rage, part of Eastbourne Pride
July 19 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm£3 - £4
A new film club for Devonshire Collective, in partnership with Cross the Screen International Film Festival, this fortnightly evening will create a film scene on Seaside Road with the new DC1 Cafe & Gallery at its heart.
On 19 July, DC1 Café and Gallery welcomes director Mark Crane with his remarkable film Heaven’s Rage, currently showing at eight international film festivals, and Leslie Tate, author of the transgender memoir that inspired the film. The session will cover the creative and technical process of screening a book including props, music, LGBTQ issues and a question and answer session. Part of Eastbourne Pride celebrations.
Come join us for a night of great cinema and meet like-minded cinema fans in the beautiful surroundings of DC1 Gallery.
You can view a trailer for Heaven’s Rage
Mark Crane was special effects technician for Labyrinth, Superman IV, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Nightbreed, Frankenstein and Judge Dredd. He was artistic director for Satellite Theatre as part of Watford Borough Council Theatre project in 1993 and co-director of Thin-King Productions in Brighton in 2006. Mark, who has written and directed several plays and films, started his own production company, Theatre On Wax, in 2015.
Leslie Tate studied Creative Writing at the University of East Anglia and has been shortlisted for the Bridport, Geoff Stevens and Wivenhoe Prizes. Leslie is the author of the trilogy of novels ‘Purple’, ‘Blue’ and ‘Violet’, published by Magic Oxygen, as well as a trans memoir ‘Heaven’s Rage’, published by TSL Books and recently turned into a film.
£4 full price advance
£3 concessions for DC members, OAP, unemployed, student
How to book
- Cash – tickets can be purchased from DC1 Cafe & Gallery, open Tues-Sat 11am-5pm
- Card – as above
- Cheque – as above
- Online ticketing – through Eventbrite
Further information about the event
- Doors 6.30pm, starts at 7pm
- Food and drink will be available to purchase
- Tickets are non-refundable and cannot be exchanged
- If you are paying through online booking on Ticket Source, a booking fee will be added to your ticket – we are a new social enterprise, it costs us money if we absorb the fees – thank you!