Archive for May, 2017

The Hippopotamus + Satellite Q&A with Stephen Fry and Cast

 

 

 

28 May, Various Locations

 

Disgraced poet Ted Wallace is summoned to his friends Lord and Lady Loganʼs country manor, Swafford Hall, to investigate a series of unexplained miracle healings. Ted tracks down the perpetrator of the phenomena, fifteen year old David Logan, whose parents believe he has healing hands. Unaware that David is using some unorthodox methods, the Logans are set on sharing their sonʼs ʻgiftʼ with the world. With a poetʼs passion for the truth, Ted hurries to debunk the miracles and save a young man from a lifetime of embarrassment.

Following the screening there will be a live satellite Q&A session with Stephen Fry and members of the cast.

 


 

Book Tickets

 

Bradford, Picturehouse     Ilkley Cinema     Leeds, Showcase     Leeds, Everyman     Manchester, Showcase     Scarborough, Stephen Joseph Theatre     Sheffield, Showroom     York, City Screen

 


 

Posted in General by / May 24th, 2017 / No Comments »

Exploring Digital Futures

 

 

The Exploring Digital Futures event in Scarborough 26th & 27th May 2017 encompasses inspiring and informative talks, discussions, networking opportunities, shows and experiences. It will focus on emerging trends and developments in the use of digital technologies in the arts and creative industries.

If you’re interested in finding out more about these new technologies (particularly Virtual and Augmented Reality (AVR) and 360° film), or if you’re studying or work in theatre, film and the visual arts, gaming, education, museums and galleries then our one day conference event will give you loads of information to keep you up to date with the new developments.

 

 

Details & Booking

 

 

Posted in General by / May 23rd, 2017 / No Comments »

Day School: Indigenous Peoples in the Cinemas of Australia and New Zealand

 

 

Saturday 20 May 10.30am – 4.30pm

 

The Indigenous peoples of Australia and the Maori of New Zealand (indigenous Polynesians) form significant minority populations in their countries. They appear in local films and they are active as filmmakers, but their histories in the film cultures of Australia and New Zealand differ. In this Day School we’ll consider why this might be and look at both ‘European’ films featuring Indigenous peoples and films made from within the communities.

The day will include a full screening of Charlie’s Country (Australia 2014).

 

 

Details & Booking

 

 

Posted in General by / May 12th, 2017 / No Comments »
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