Manchester International Festival (MIF) has announced Virtual Factory, a new series of artistic commissions inviting artists to create online and digital work that responds to The Factory, the landmark cultural space currently under construction, which will be MIF’s permanent home.
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SXSW is running an online-only panel programme as a replacement for the cancelled 2020 festival, available live for this year's registrants on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11am Central Time.
SXSW is also archiving its conversations, interviews and Q & As on YouTube the day after each broadcast. Subjects range across interactive, film and music with topics that affect design, mental health, tech, VR, literature and activism.
Film has the power to change lives – and even save them. No surprise, then, that moving images have played an important role in one of the world’s greatest public health services.
Doc’n Roll Film Festival has launched Doc'n Roll TV, a pay-per-view video on demand platform with a wide-range of music documentaries. This follows the postponed UK regional tour set to begin on 25 March 2020, and the festival's biggest-ever.
Watch the current selection of music documentaries here.
Like its big-screen big brother, Doc’n Roll TV’s mission is to show some love and respect to the ever-growing number of great music documentaries that the big platforms dismiss as too adventurous, or too niche.
Gecko is an award-winning and internationally-acclaimed physical theatre company based in Ipswich, Suffolk and led by Artistic Director Amit Lahav.
King Lear focuses on the story of Cordelia, Lear’s youngest daughter who fails his test of love at the start of the play which results in fighting, uprising and ultimately tragedy.
Five Films for Freedom brings distinctive voices from around the globe to screens wherever you are. The line-up of films, which showcases work by emerging filmmakers from across the globe, has been selected from BFI Flare's programme.
On Friday 27 March, to mark the world Theatre Day, The Royal Court will be releasing the filmed version of
The National Video Game Museum, the unique museum in Sheffield dedicated to video game culture, where you can normally play, explore and create videogames has created an online resource for children and families. Play The Museum At Home is a growing suite of online resources for people to use during the temporary closure includes worksheets, stories and lots more video game related activities to do at home.
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