In late 2020 we continued to adapt to new ways of working amidst Covid-19 and had lots of exciting projects taking place. We were excited to be working with some great partners on a range of events throughout Autumn 2020.

 

Make a Scene: Scream-A-Long Scream

 

After partnering on two really successful national tour as part of BFI Musicals, we were so excited to be working with our good friends at Make a Scene Film Club again. This time supporting their Halloween activity.

Audiences joined the Make A Scene crew for a virtual online watch-a-long to the 90s horror classic Scream. Those who bought tickets received a link and password for a big Zoom party celebrating this post-modern self-aware slasher. There were drag appearances, scares, surprises, audience interaction, games and more.

Saturday 24 October 2020

 

 

 

Sheffield Doc/Fest: Rhyme & Rhythm Weekender

As Sheffield Doc/Fest’s autumn weekenders continued at Showroom Cinema, we worked with them on two screenings as part of our ongoing Engine Fund activity, funded by Film Hub North.

Faith and Branko + Q&A Live Performance (TBC)

Faith and Branko reminds us that despite language and cultural barriers, it is possible to fall in love not just with music but through music.

Friday 30 October 2020

 

Sisters with Transistors + Q&A and pre-recorded performance from The Space Lady

In Sisters with Transistors, archive is used to tell the remarkable story of electronic music’s unsung heroines

Saturday 31 October 2020

 

 

Asunder National Film Tour

We also continued to take bookings for our national tour of Asunder, by filmmaker Esther Johnson.

Asunder tells the story of what happened to an English town during the First World War, with almost all of its men fighting abroad and its women and children left behind.

The film could be booked through us directly or via the Cinema For All booking scheme. We designed this as a low-risk event for venues and community cinemas trying to get back on their feet amidst local lockdowns.