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01223 579 127
E-mail: trish.s@picturehouses.co.uk

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Thinking Inside The Box

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BFI Film Academy

BFI FIlm Academy
Films produced:
Thinking Inside The Box
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House
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April

Images provided by BFI Wednesday 16 April
1.00

Growing Up In
Post-War Britain


A programme of COI films advising post-war parents on bringing up their families. YOUR CHILDREN'S MEALS (1947) focuses on the benefits of persuading children to eat food. CHARLEY JUNIOR'S SCHOOLDAYS (1949) features the cheerful, quiff-topped cartoon Charley, explaining the Education Act of 1944. YOUR CHILDREN'S SLEEP (1948) investigates the child psychology of sleep for the lay viewer. A FAMILY AFFAIR (1950) encourages foster parents to come forward to aid the lives of vulnerable children.

Tickets: 5 Adult / 4 Concs plus free tea/coffee with each ticket
Bookings available 1 week before each screening 0871 902 5720 or in person at Arts Picturehouse Box office, or www.picturehouses.co.uk

Lottery Funded Arts Picturehouse

May

Images provided by BFI Wednesday 14 May
1.00

Crime & Prevention
In Post-War Britain


Explore community policing and the prevention of youth crime in CHILDREN OF THE CITY (1944), YOUTH CLUB (1954) and THE BRITISH POLICEMAN (1959).

Cost:5 / Concs 4 plus a free tea of coffee with every ticket

Lottery Funded Arts Picturehouse

June

Mondays, 2 Jun - 7 Jul (6 Weeks)
6.00-8.00

Introducing
German Cinema


Explore German cinema between the two world wars, an era of decadence and innovation.

Tutor: Sue Burge
Cost: 70 / Members 65 / Concessions 60

Images provided by BFI Thursday 5 June
10.00

Viking Adventures
from the British Museum


See Viking ships, daily life, gods and goddesses, and listen to ancient sagas in this specially produced film from the British Museum.

Cost: Students 2.50 / 4.20 with snack. Teachers free.

Images provided by BFI Wednesday 11 June
1.00

Britain on the Move


Follow official advice on road safety in post-war Britain, in 1948's WORTH THE RISK and 1950's TRANSPORT, CHILD CYCLING PROFICIENCY and CYCLISTS TURNING RIGHT.

Bookings: 0871 902 5720 Enquiries: 01223 579 127 / cfcoffice@picturehouses.co.uk

July

Images provided by BFI Saturday 19 & 26 July
10.00 - 4.00

Capture: Shoot & Edit
your Mobile/Digital
Camera Footage


For Adults

Led by a professional filmmaker, learn shooting, transfer of footage and editing. Venue: Anglia Ruskin University.

Tutor: Ryd Cook.
Cost: 70 / Concessions 60

Monday 28 & Friday 1 August
10.30 - 3.00

Jump Cuts: Write/Shoot


For Ages 14-19

Script, plan and shoot a short fiction film using DSLR cameras and other filmmaking equipment.

Tutor: Ryd Cook (filmmaker), Rick Harvey (screenwriter).
Cost: 115 Maximum 12 places

September

Images provided by BFI Monday 15 - Saturday 20 September

Directing a Film:
Intensive Production Course


Age: 21+

With masterclasses, industry guests, screenings and use of professional film equipment. Coming Soon.

Coming Soon!

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