Brighton and Eastbourne combine, in filming location terms, to make the city portrayed in the film.
Bob Hoskins and Michale Caine drama with Eastbourne standing in for Margate.
One of a number of propaganda films made during the Second World War to encourage the public to help with the war effort and to boost morale, but it’s also an enjoyable film, successfully portraying believable people and their lives. …
The village of Glynde and the prom at Eastbourne were two of the locations used in the film adaptation of Helene Hanff’s autobiographical novel.
Gentle comedy in which a village (filmed around Lewes) is threatened by the building of a motorway. Scenes were also shot in Eastbourne and Brighton.
Often a location cannot be used because it no longer looks historically correct. For example, the 2010 remake of Brighton Rock was filmed mostly in Eastbourne! This version relocated Graham Greene’s novel to the 1950s…
Tommy Steel sings the theme tune on Eastbourne Pier in this musical adaptation of the H.G. Wells novel Kips. The cliffs around Birling Gap also feature in the opening titles.