Interview with James Scotland

A free outdoor spectacular celebrating diversity in the arts, The Sunday Art Club is a multi-disciplinary festival which will immerse audiences in the joy of live performance this September. The festival will be socially distanced in Shoreditch as well as streamed online so everyone can enjoy its electrifying range of theatre, jazz, film and visual... Continue Reading →

News: BBC Arts to stream a new short dance film by Corey Baker Dance

Birmingham based company Corey Baker Dance, run by award-winning choreographer/director Corey Baker, has created a new short film titled Spaghetti Junction.  The film will receive its world premiere screening through BBC’s Culture in Quarantine on 22 April from 07.00 BST for Earth Day to raise awareness of the impact of climate change. Shot beneath Birmingham’s famous Spaghetti Junction, the film features Gus Payne and... Continue Reading →

News: #SHORTITOUT calls on filmmakers to get creative amidst the lockdown

#shortitout is a call to action to filmmakers all over the world to get creative and build a community amidst the global pandemic. BFI NETWORK, Encounters Film Festival and Watershed, present #shortitout, which invites filmmakers of every age and experience level to submit 90 second films; encouraging creativity, storytelling, as well as opportunities to hone filmmaking skills and connect... Continue Reading →

News: BFI Player partners with regional cinemas to bring audiences the best in UK and global cinema at home

BFI Player partners with UK regional cinemas to give UK audiences an extended free trial and tailored access to the best of British and global cinema through BFI PLAYER while venues are closed to the public. Broadway, Nottingham; Glasgow Film Theatre; HOME Manchester; Queen’s Film Theatre, Belfast; Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle; and Watershed, Bristol – all... Continue Reading →

News: BFI Flare London LGBTIQ+ Film Festival brings digital offer into homes with BFI Player: BFI Flare at home

While cinema lovers are stuck at home over the coming weeks BFI Flare London LGBTIQ+ Film Festival is migrating to BFI Flare at Home following the Festival’s last minute cancellation earlier this week due to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 pandemic. In just days, festival organisers have created an offer to give festival bookers the opportunity to see... Continue Reading →

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