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Next year we will open an exhibition exploring how different communities in Bradford have recorded their histories, created their own cultural spheres and made political and social change.
This October saw the 22nd edition of our film festival, Widescreen Weekend. Every year, hundreds of film fans from all over the world flock to the museum to indulge in big, bold cinema experiences.
Our special guests’ fantastic introduction to iconic feminist roadtrip movie
Thelma & Louise was a highlight of Widescreen Weekend 2018.
This half term we’re celebrating the CBBC show
The Dengineers—and in particular one den that was built here in Bradford over the summer.
Volunteer blogger Laura Sagar takes a look at how the use of point-of-view cameras in sport can enhance and contribute to the spectator’s experience.
The 1948 Olympic Games cemented television as the ultimate immersive experience of the age.
How has TV coverage changed as the World Cup has grown? We take a look at some of the facts and figures.
After exploring scores of exhibits at Sheffield Doc/Fest’s
Alternate Realities exhibition, we faced the task of selecting just three pieces to display at the museum for our part of the tour…
Annie introduces our latest acquisition: the Midas XL3 mixing console, which has toured the UK with some of the world’s biggest bands and artists.
This year, our annual
Widescreen Weekend film festival is celebrating women in widescreen. Here’s a preview of some of the female-powered films you can look forward to…
Thomas Llewellyn delves further into the world of eSports with a detailed look at one of the industry’s biggest success stories:
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
This October, we’ll host three special exhibits from Sheffield Doc/Fest’s
Alternate Realities programme. The museum team visited the festival to explore what it’s all about—Creative Producer Alice Parsons tells us more.
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