Screening Film

Tag: Liverpool

The Silent, The Canted Angle, The Homage: A Brief History of Film This Week.

The summer is reaching its peak and the films on offer around the country are really starting to heat up. There’s films with great introductions beforehand, films in cool new spaces and even showings on rooftops. What more could you ask for?

Secret Garden Cinema

I spoke to Gemma Morrow and Nicola Green from Secret Garden Cinema, about their upcoming outdoor film season, and the logistics of multi-story cinema….   Tell us a bit about you both – you both studied in Liverpool is that right? We went to school together and have been best friends for over 15 years. […]

FACT BLOG: “I Built my own …. CINEMA!”

Things you learn from creating your own community film space

This Week in Film: Hidden Treasures

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.

Growing up gay in the 1980s

This week’s picks are by Phoenix Fry, the film programmer behind Deptford Film Club, Nollywood Now, Design on Film and Mondo Pop. He loves popular world cinema, concert movies and 1980s British film. www.cinema-forever.co.uk GAY ENTERTAINERS – AN APPRECIATION 26/02/2015 – 07:30 pm The Cinema Museum – 2 Dugard Way (off Renfrew Road) London SE11 […]

An Interview With The Victoria Gallery & Museum

Kirsten Ed talks to Kim Fisher of The Victoria Gallery & Museum, a Liverpool museum that screens films for the community. Here Kim talks about the specifics of their film programme, as well what role she thinks museums and art galleries have to play in the independent film screen.

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