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Festival Producer Ben Eagle presents some snaps from the launch of our 2011 film festival.
As International Consultant for BIFF, Neil is one of the people responsible for selecting the films screened at our festival. Greg Spencer caught up with him about what it means to be a festival programmer.
Ruth and Rebecca of our Exhibitions team visited the André Kertész exhibition at the Jeu de Paume last month—here’s Ruth’s lowdown on what they saw and learned.
The next exhibition to be displayed in Gallery Two is
David Spero: Churches, which will be open from 15 April to 4 September 2011.
Assistant Curator of Television Claire Hampton has been busy preparing our TV galleries for half term with a new addition to the display cabinets…
Invented by Sir John Herschel in 1841, this simple process produces a continuous tone image of Prussian Blue using a sensitizing solution of ferric ammonium citrate and potassium ferricyanide.
Bromoil and Transfer was used by many photographers during the first half of the 20th century and gained great popularity.
Festival Producer Ben Eagle recounts his experiences of filming with Imelda Staunton, Jim Carter and John Hurt.
One of the most exciting sources of information for family historians are collections of family photographs—lovingly preserved in leather-bound albums or stashed in biscuit tins or shoeboxes.
What is a camera obscura and where can you see one? Read on for a potted history, list of UK camera obscuras and helpful contacts.
Cartes de visite were introduced to the UK in 1857 and became a Victorian collecting craze.
Our Film Programmer Tom Vincent was proud to present an exclusive preview screening of
West is West, attended by the film’s star, local actor Aqib Khan.
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