Film programmer Tom Vincent explains why BIFF 2010 will include a strand of teen movies.
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.
Patience is a virtue when working on a film festival of the size, scope and complexity of BIFF. Having an international dimension also presents its own unique challenges.
Young people—everywhere! The Co-operative Young Film-makers Festival has come to the museum, and we’re overrun with people under 19, here to enjoy the packed schedule.
The museum could be coming to a big screen near you very soon—this week the director and producer of Canadian documentary Sacred Cinema paid us a visit.
Roving festival programmer Neil Young brings us his latest report, from the 63rd Edinburgh International Film Festival.
After 3 days, 31 films, 6 TV shows, 2 zombie film costumes and 1 glowing review in the Guardian, Fantastic Films Weekend 2009 drew to a close on Sunday night.
Famous for inventing the cinematograph and the autochrome, Auguste and Louis Lumière are among the most significant figures in film and photography history.