The screening of a new film ‘Pictures of Lily’, set entirely in Brighton, is being shown at 2pm on Saturday 15th August 2015, at The Ropetackle Arts Centre, Shoreham, West Sussex.
“Pictures Of Lily is an original, inventive film that’s soaked in the backdrop of Brighton’s creative Bohemia.
Everyone has their own version of this town, but it’s fascinating to see it from the point of view of a ‘straight’ – an un-named, suited London businessman who has a few hours to kill and gets caught up with a proper Brighton hippy chick, Lily. She shows him one day that will change the way he approaches every other from here on in, inadvertently causing Lily to re-examine her own life decisions.
As the sun goes down, Brighton wakes up and their gentle day together is interrupted by people, music and the night itself. They lose themselves and each other, find their feet and fall in like. But when the morning comes, are they destined to part the way they met, as strangers?
The film was made on a shoestring budget but looks expensive, feels real and throws you into a subtle dreamland where the audience is voyeur and the film may just be watching you a little too.”
Written and directed by Mark Banks.
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