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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.
As part of our
exhibition, we’ve been asking you to name your sporting hero. The results are in—we can reveal your top 10 so far (plus a few other highlights). Action Replay
Visiting researcher Kari Nixon writes about her work with photography journals and other material from our Kodak Collection.
Could competitive videogaming be the future of sport? We look at how the growing eSports industry may shape the way we watch sport at home.
Imagine the last time you watched a sporting activity, match or race with family or friends. Do you remember the excitement building as the game began?
Visiting researcher Ana Maria Mauad writes about her work with photographs from Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Uruguay in the Daily Herald archive.
With the full programme for this year’s
Widescreen Weekend film festival announced today, we consider the significance of widescreen cinema, and look at why it’s important that we restore films.
Not only have our Collection Care Volunteers been improving the care of our objects and archives—they’ve also had an opportunity to inspect some of the museum’s most fascinating collections.
As well as our galleries, exhibitions and objects, the museum is home to an amazing library. In this post, Sarah examines some of the books and journals in our collection that deal with amateur film-making.
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