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land of mine

Land of Mine - August Film of the Month!

Posted 4 August 2017 by Mikaela Smith about Land of Mine.

We provide some notes & context on this month's film pick!

Showroom Cinema

Making Cinema Accessible for Everyone

Posted 28 July 2017 by Mikaela Smith about Subtitled Mondays.

What are we doing to make our cinema a welcoming environment for everyone? Here is a recap!

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Baby Driver – “Chained to The Rhythm”

Posted 26 July 2017 by Billy Barnell about Baby Driver.

Wright first described Baby Driver as a “homage” to the holy trinity of ‘90s heist flicks, these being Michael Mann’s Heat, Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs and Kathryn Bigelow’s Point Break.

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Tenant Profile: Learn to Recreate

Posted 7 July 2017 by Ralph Parmar about Learn to Re-Create.

After staging an exhibition in The Workstation, we caught up for a chat with Olusola McKenzie, Creative Director of Learn to Re-create to talk about eco-fashion, and creating opportunities for all in the fashion industry.

Berlin Syndrome

Notes on June's Film of the Month!

Posted 21 June 2017 by Mikaela Smith about Berlin Syndrome.

Some helpful extra info on this months film of the month: Berlin Syndrome!

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Crossings: Stories of Migration

Posted 15 June 2017 by Mikaela Smith

In the run up to Migration Matters Festival, we highlight poignant stories from Doc/Fest and share what we'll be showing!

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Joan's Cannes 2017 blog - Part 2

Posted 25 May 2017 by Joan Parsons about Joan's Cannes 2017 blog - Day 1.

Our intrepid Senior Programmer, Joan Parsons, reports back from this year's Cannes Film Festival


Watching 'Denial' in an Alternative Facts World

Posted 27 February 2017 by Lucy Holt about Denial.

Much has been written about where Denial - the true story of the trial of Holocaust denier David Irving in 2000 - fits into the very 2016 concept of the 'alternative fact'


Trauma, Trump, and Jackie

Posted 23 January 2017 by Joe Brennan

Pablo Larraín's Jackie is almost uncanny in its timeliness. Its themes of collective trauma, loss and strength are not only expertly told, but mirror the current political reality of the USA.

Rogue One

Looking Up: the Luxury of Hope in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Posted 21 December 2016 by Rosalie Bower about Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.

Rosalie Bower examines the complex intersection of belief and time in our Rogue One: A Star Wars Story guest blog.

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