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This November (Monday 9th-Wednesday 11th to be exact), the Brighton Dome Corn Exchange will be hosting a unique film festival saluting terrific talents in front and behind the camera whom have learning difficulties, whilst challenging people’s perspectives in the process.

Produced by Carousel and JunkTV, The Oska Bright Film Festival is now in its seventh year and since its inception, has inspired various other countries such as Australia and the Czech Republic to harness their focus and acknowledge the learning disabled in this particular medium.

Prices:

Day Ticket £4

3 Day Pass £15

You can book your tickets at www.carousel.co.uk

Here are just a few of the festival highlights:

BASTION (Ray Jacobs) – Tuesday 10th November at 1PM

Best Film WINNER at Meeting Rimini Film Festival (Italy 2014)

Best In The Fest WINNER at Superfest (California, USA 2015)

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SONS AND MOTHERS (Christopher Houghton) – Tuesday 10th November at 8:30PM

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Best Australian Documentary WINNER at Antenna Documentary Festival (Sydney 2014)

Best Arts Documentary WINNER at the Australian Teachers Of Media Awards (2014)

GORAN (Roberto Santaguida) – Tuesday 10th November at 1PM

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A CRACK IN EVERYTHING (Martin O’Donoghue) – Monday 9th November at 8:45PM

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