• National Walking Month

    With National Walking Month upon us, plus brighter days and longer evenings, what can be better for your wellbeing than a daily stroll?  A quick ask around our office reveals a mixed result of casual walking to work to the more serious 20,000 steps a day, but if you don’t have time you can let the camera do the walking, while you sit back and enjoy the views.  

    23 May, 2017
  • Welcome to the North East, Mr President!

    Over time, United States presidents come and go … and 40 years ago one came to Tyne & Wear. In the year of one of the most unpredictable US presidential election in living memory, we look back to a memorable day in the 1970s when a brand new US President, Jimmy Carter, spent a day in the North East on his first overseas trip. The occasion was captured on film by television crews and amateurs alike, and is now preserved in the vaults of North East Film Archive.  

    3 May, 2017
  • Tour de Yorkshire 2017

    This weekend sees the return of the Tour de Yorkshire, encompassing all four corners of the county.  The Tour begins in Bridlington on Friday 28th April, ending in Fox Valley, Sheffield on Sunday 30th.  To mark the occasion, we're taking a look back at a film that we produced in 2014, as part of the Tour de Cinema programme for the Tour de France Yorkshire Grand Depart.  

    26 April, 2017
  • One Hull of a Day!

    We'd like to say a huge thank you to everyone who came to our two 'Hull on Film' screenings at the Vue Cinema, Princes Quay on 1st April.  Both screenings were a sell-out, and reactions from the audience were fantastic. If you missed out on a ticket, don't worry: we'll be back later this year.

    In the meantime, we'd like to share some of the feedback left in response to the question '"What did you enjoy most about the screening?"

    6 April, 2017
  • Calling Blighty: Sheffield Showroom, 26th March 2:30 pm

    A selection of footage from the Calling Blighty series of films, showing servicemen from South Yorkshire and York, will be shown at a special screening at the Showroom Cinema in Sheffield on Sunday 26th March.

    These rare and unseen films show the men sending filmed messages home from India and Burma at the end of WW2. The films were screened at local cinemas in 1944-5 to wives, mothers and sweethearts back home as a way of increasing morale; a sort of one way Skype of their day, they are remarkable and moving documents. 

    16 March, 2017