What better way to close a season of events about Northern screen careers than with the latest film by an independent Bradford filmmaker?
Research Associate Alex reveals more about a project using citizen science to work collaboratively with volunteers on the Daily Herald Archive.
The dramatic events of the 1970 Apollo 13 mission were natural movie material—but how do you recreate the zero-gravity world of a spacecraft for cinema audiences?
Volunteer blogger Rhianne explores the Artemis missions to the Moon, and what the Artemis Accords mean for international co-operation in space.
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.
Naomi Games reflects on her father Abram’s ingenuity and experience designing the original animated BBC television ident.
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.