Brighton's film showcase celebrates its 10th edition in 2012. The festival takes place across 12 venues from November 15 to December 2. It will open with Martin McDonagh's Seven Psycopaths and close with Iain Faulkner's Trickster.

In addition to the categories below, the festival is also showing a range of short films and a series of events with artist Jeff Keen. There will also be a weekend of 'pop up' cinema music and film events. For further details, visit the official site.

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I Wish
I Wish
Two brothers hatch a plot to make their reunion wish come true.
Art Will Save The World
Art Will Save The World
A look at the work, life and legacy of Luke Haines.
In The House
In The House
Fiction and reality become blurred between a teacher and student.
Grandma Lo-Fi: The Basement Tapes Of Sigríður Níelsdóttir
Grandma Lo-Fi: The Basement Tapes Of Sigríður Níelsdóttir
The true story of the elderly woman who, by chance, started making experimental music with ordinary household objects, and became a cult star.
Gael Garcia Bernal stars as a Chilean adman trying to organize a campaign to unseat Pinochet in Pablo Larraín’s smart, engrossing political thriller.
Four ageing opera singers are reunited in a retirement home.
A horror anthology based around the theft of an old video tape.
Gimme The Loot
Gimme The Loot
A pair of graffiti artists attempt to pull off a daring tagging mission
Now, Forager
Now, Forager
A foraging couple's relationship unravels under differing expectations.
Seven Psychopaths
Seven Psychopaths
A booze-fuelled screenwriter becomes entangled in the Los Angeles underworld.
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Inside Shell
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