Workstation posts

Tutora

Tutora named amongst 100 Hottest UK Startups

Posted 23 May 2017 by Ralph Parmar about Tutora.

Just two months after raising their latest round of funding, Sheffield startup Tutora are making waves yet again today as they celebrate ranking 77th on the Startups 100 List.

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Tenant News Round Up

Posted 7 April 2017 by Beth Lenihan

A quick look at some of the things our great tenants have been recognised for so far this year.

Bearhugs

Faye Savory is a finalist at The Prince's Trust Celebrate Success Awards

Posted 24 March 2017 by Beth Lenihan about BearHugs.

Our tenant Faye and her business BearHugs have been nationally recognised by The Prince's Trust Celebrate Success awards.

Mark Harvey Exhibition

Visual Images of Homelessness: Changing Representation or Perpetuating the Stereotype?

Posted 1 March 2017 by Beth Lenihan about ID.8 Photography.

Mark Harvey's latest photography exhibition was previewed at the Workstation last Friday.

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Christmas at the Showroom

Posted 13 December 2016 by Charles Macdonald-Jones

Whether you're catching a film you missed, or simply catching up with friends in the bar, there's plenty for everyone at the Showroom this festive period!

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Martin Carter reports back from the Toronto International Film Festival 6

Posted 28 September 2016 by Martin Carter

Back home from Toronto for a few days now and I've had time to reflect on the festival. Here are my high (and low) lights from ten days of cinematic debauchery and indulgence

Manchester by the sea

Martin Carter reports back from the Toronto International Film Festival 5

Posted 16 September 2016 by Martin Carter

The synopsis for Manchester By The Sea does not bode well: ' A man must return to his hometown when his older brother dies suddenly. His return means confronting the tragic events that caused him to leave...." Nothing new there then.

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Martin Carter reports back from the Toronto International Film Festival 4

Posted 14 September 2016 by Martin Carter

The films of Chilean filmmaker Pablo Larrain demand much from their audience, his films challenge and even intimidate the viewer with their uncompromising narratives.

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Martin Carter reports back from the Toronto International Film Festival 3

Posted 13 September 2016 by Martin Carter

Saturday night at TIFF saw Park Chan-Wook introduce his new film, The Handmaiden, to a North American audience for the first time.

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Martin Carter reports back from the Toronto International Film Festival 2

Posted 13 September 2016 by Martin Carter

The perennial problem when attending a film festival of what to actually go to see. Choosing from the smorgasbord of what's available is a daunting process and here are a few things that find help me navigate the often intimidating programme schedules.

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