What better way to close a season of events about Northern screen careers than with the latest film by an independent Bradford filmmaker?
Kate is an Interpretation Developer at the National Science and Media Museum.
Ahead of a special screening at the museum of her latest feature film, Tell Me About It, writer and producer Suman Hanif tells us about her route into the industry, and the importance of seeing authentic Northern stories on screen.
In November we welcomed current and future screen professionals to Screen Futures, a screen careers-focused event providing opportunities to expand professional networks and get insider tips on everything from transferrable skills to training and funding streams.
Bradford has been at the heart of the UK’s amateur photography scene since the 1860s. Kate Burnett, Interpretation Developer, writes about the city’s photography clubs and some of their alumni.
How (and why) do animals see colours differently from humans? Take a look at the world through an animal’s eyes.
Aardman Animations and plasticine go together like Wallace and Gromit—but the famous studio is increasingly making creative use of CGI, too.
If you could tell people just one thing about yourself, what would it be? Our Great Interactions exhibition inspired visitors to consider this intriguing question.