Screening Film

Tag: Small Cinema

Screening Highlights: The Passion and the Punks

Moxie McMurder picks her own top events for this week – including vampires, young punks and martyrs, plus a memorable performance from Robert Mitchum.

Screening Highlights 16/3: Hell Raisers & Trailblazers

This week’s picks are by Jim Laycock aka Vis-a-Vis Film – a writer/blogger based in Manchester.   Ignore the naysayers, cinema is alive and well! On top of the usual dozens of outstanding film events nationwide, this week feels like an especially triumphant one for independent cinema, as A SMALL CINEMA: LIVERPOOL opens it’s doors […]

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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