Things you learn from creating your own community film space
This week’s picks are by Alberto Serna, Spanish boy living in cosy Rotherhithe, London. Y Tu Mamá También (2002) 18/06/2015 – 08:00 pm CUBE MICROPLEX – Dove Street South, Lower Kingsdown, Bristol, BS2 8JD Described as a wonderful poem about the search for freedom, Y Tu Mamá También, tells the story of two teenagers and […]
This week’s picks have been chosen by Woody, director at Minicine in Leeds, West Yorkshire. Whether we’re talking about the films themselves, their content or the venues in which they’ll be screened, this selection is full of enriching cinema experiences.
This week’s selection captures versatility amongst the many events Screening Film is advertising. From tongue-in-cheek family animation to tongue-in-cheek French melodrama, this week there is an abundance of variety on offer. Hopefully these select few demonstrate just how much power cinema can have; whether it be through story, cinematography, editing or performance.
Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction…except for this week. Mancunian zombies, Hobbits and *very* strange neighbours feature in the Top 5 screening events for w/c 25/5
Scalarama is coming! Only 100 days to go until September and a whole month of movie mayhem, as film exhibitors unite to turn the whole land into the greatest multiplex the world has ever dreamed, an inclusive season that celebrates cinema in all its forms. From long established cinemas to the newest and boldest film […]
This week sees unusual conference take place in the North West. ‘“I’ll See you in 25 years”: A Twin Peaks and Generations of Cult TV will be held at the University of Salford, from 21st – 22nd May. Moxie McMurder spoke to Dr Kirsty Fairclough-Issacs about the conference and the lasting legacy of Lynch’s foray […]
Whilst I like to think Screening Film is rapidly becoming a kind of “Lonely Planent…for film”, despite the odd Oz event, it’s really only the UK and Ireland map which is populated at present. This will no doubt change in future, but for now, beyond our little island, I have to use other tools to […]
Cinema is about crossing geographic boundaries. From Japanese restaurants to dusty American ghost-towns, this week’s highlights present a variety of nationalities and styles of cinema. From political dramas of the 1930s to social commentaries on 1960s Europe, to documentaries about contemporary Eastern culture, there is both quality and quantity on offer at the film events Screening Film is promoting this week.