Screening Film

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Farewell to Cornerhouse. Welcome, Home

Moving house always feels odd. What makes a house a Home? A final farewell and a playlist to celebrate the move.

Programme the Cornerhouse – “THAT’S A WRAP”

At the recent THIS WAY UP conference there were a couple of panels and plenty of discussion around the notion that ” anyone could be a programmer?”. It’s interesting then to now see that the Cornerhouse, for it’s final season before closing, has thrown down the programmer’s gauntet to it’s audience, and asked them to […]

Cinema Ergonomics

I spotted a couple of really interesting articles last week, each reflecting on the way audiences experience cinemas spaces. Mark Cousins’ piece in The Guardian (‘Middle-class rules deaden too many arts venues. Let’s fill them with life and noise‘) makes the argument that many great spaces for film are unwelcoming to working class audiences. Meanwhile, […]

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