Our films might be about a person, a process or a product but we present them as stories. Our films are meant to entertain and inform, and we’re used to working to a brief.
Amani Saeed’s bold, rhythmic and unusual interpretation of a painting of Jesus for Art UK.
Celebrating 100 years since the first British women got the right to vote, PROCESSIONS invites women and girls across the nation to mark this moment by taking part in a major mass-participation artwork.
He’s been called “as great a colourist as Matisse” – our first feature length doc tells the story of painter John McLean, as he battles to carry on painting through Parkinson’s disease.
We asked Franklin exhibition curators and experts to tell us about their favourite items from the Death In The Ice exhibition, at the National Maritime Museum.
The Master of film scoring opens up to a young avant-garde composer as part of the Rolex Mentor & Protégé Arts Initiative.
“Education is not about telling someone what to think. It’s about provoking thinking.” Participatory theatre as a way to dismantle gender stereotypes? Yes!