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The prestigious journal Film International (initially Filmhäftet), launched in 1973, publishes six print issues per year, as well as a webzine which is regularly updated with exclusive material. It covers film culture as part of the broader culture, history and economy of society, addressing topics of contemporary relevance from historically informed perspectives, and it encourages the [...]
Many visitors to our silent screenings have enjoyed pianist Cyrus Gabrysch’s evocative accompaniment. He is a member of up-and-coming band the Zizaniques: listen – and “like” – at their Facebook page!
Sarah Macmillan is an individual film-maker and photographer specialising in documentaries, short films and events throughout North Yorkshire and the North-East of England. Working alone she researches, photographs, films, directs and produces her own original, unique style of heritage films.
Inside Film aims to provide as complete filmmaking knowledge as possible for people who would not usually have such an opportunity. In order to achieve this it runs a series of workshops outlining the theoretical framework of filmmaking before proceeding to provide the technical skills needed to produce a film.
Visit this website for the activities and listings of a network of South East London film clubs & societies and community cinemas.
The British Kinematograph, Sound and Television Society (BKSTS) was founded in London, England in 1931 to serve the growing film industry. As well as meetings, presentations, seminars, international exhibitions and conferences, BKSTS also organizes an extensive programme of training courses, lectures, workshops and special events.
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The Plaza Super Cinema and Variety Theatre is a unique Grade II Listed building that has survived almost intact, in its original use, making it a rare example of this building type in the north of England. It is operated by a Charitable Trust with the specific intention of restoring it to its former glory.