For this year’s Widescreen Weekend we’re celebrating some of our favourite CinemaScope performances by women who left an indelible impression with their acting.
We’re based in Bradford, the first ever UNESCO City of Film, so naturally we’re passionate about cinema. Cinema screenings, film festivals, and cinematography in our collection: read more about everything to do with film at the museum.
As part of Widescreen Weekend this September, we’re hosting the Big Curved Screen Trailer Show—an illustrated voyage through classic ‘roadshow’ movie trailers.
With Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer sparking discussion about the benefits of 70mm film this summer, Jack from our screen team looks at what’s so special about the format.
This year we’re celebrating not only 40 years of the National Science and Media Museum, but also the 40th birthday of the region’s biggest screen—our beloved IMAX.
What better way to close a season of events about Northern screen careers than with the latest film by an independent Bradford filmmaker?
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.
Runner and camera trainee Danielle shares her route into the screen industry, and what she’s learned through ScreenSkills mentoring.
Samira Ahmed looks at visionary director Douglas Trumbull’s quest for the ultimate immersive cinema experience.
As we start a celebration of widescreen cinema with monthly film screenings and our Widescreen Weekend festival coming up in October, Bex and Jack from the Festivals and Cinema Events team reveal some of their favourite widescreen moments.