Films featuring Brighton
The city of Brighton has been featured in the following films:
Television programmes featuring Brighton
Brighton has also featured in the following television programmes:
Musical videos featuring Brighton
- In 1984 Julien Temple filmed "Do it Again", a video of the song by The Kinks from their album Word of Mouth, which is partially set on Brighton Pier.
- Sonia's 1989 video for Can't Forget You features Brighton seafront.
- The official video for Skream and Example's "Shot Yourself in the Foot Again" was shot on location in Brighton in early January, 2011.
- Singer Fabri Fibra choose Brighton for his music video of the song "Speak English".
- Singer Lorenzo Fragola also choose Brighton for his music video of the song "Infinite Volte".
Brighton as part of the film industry
Brighton played a part in the early development of filmmaking and cinematography as a home and work-place of William Friese-Greene, an early pioneer of the art (credited by some with its invention).
In the 1890s, early filmmaker George Albert Smith lived and built a studio in neighbouring Hove, now a part of the city of Brighton and Hove.
Brighton's Duke of York's Picturehouse has been in operation since 22 September 1910, making it the oldest purpose built and continually operating cinema in Britain.