What is Cinema+?

CINEMA+

CINEMA+ activities need to take place in all of FHSE’s activities, including its funded projects. CINEMA+ refers to associated activities that seek to enhance and deepen audience understanding and engagement with film.

Examples of CINEMA+ activity include but are not limited to:

  • Q&As, introductions, talks or masterclasses at screenings (such events could involve cast, crew or experts such as critics, historians, teachers, curators, archivists and artists and make use of a satellite link)
  • Practical workshops related to individual screenings/a curated programme of screenings
  • Programme notes for all audience members which offer insight into the screenings
  • Educational activity
  • An installation/display/exhibition with events for a public venue such as a museum which accompanies a series of film screenings
  • Live accompaniment (such as soundtracks or narration);
  • Creative social media activity designed to engage audiences
  • The creation of online resources (videos, pictures, programme notes, interviews, podcasts, blogs) and interactive activities (quizzes, questionnaires, apps)