ICO: Where to Begin with Relaxed Screenings

Everyone deserves access to life-changing cinema, but for those with learning disabilities or neurological conditions, cinema environments can often be inaccessible. In this blog, Rosemary Richings draws on personal experience to discuss the value of relaxed screenings, and speaks to Jonathan Gleneadie (Barbican, London) and Robert Barham (Hyde Park Picture House, Leeds) about the sorts of practical considerations exhibitors should keep … More

The film evaluation tool

This is a tool to make the daily evaluation in a funny and impressive way: each participant will draw a scene that represent the day, then all the scenes will be put together to create a film about the liking of the activities for the whole group.

Keswick Alhambra Young Programmers

About the group The Keswick Alhambra Young Programmers scheme has been a tremendous success: just under 20 sixth formers from our local state school formed The Alhambra Cinematic Society (ASC), with ca 5-8 pupils meeting weekly in school on Wednesday lunchtimes, selecting and promoting 16 films in a five month period: two seasons showing one … More

Storyhouse, Chester: Young Programmers

Background Storyhouse Young Programmers are a group of fifteen 14–25-year-olds who are passionate about programming. Young Film Programmers first took place in 2016 – before Storyhouse opened. It was an audience development scheme supported by FAN via Film Hub Northwest Central (now Film Hub North) with the aim of connecting with young audiences and to … More