Screenings and Special Events

As well as our extensive archive of films available online, we take North East on Film on the road too, connecting the people and communities of the North East with their magnificent film heritage through our programme of curated screenings and events.

These events range from screenings about specific areas or communities, to meet & greets as part of our Film Search & Rescue project.  We even team up with partners in the region to host specially curated standalone screenings based around specific industries, themes, events or activities.

Delivered by our expert archive team who provide insight into the magical films included onscreen, our events are a great opportunity to meet up and enjoy captivating footage of days gone by on the big screen.

Come along to the following events:
 

 

Rewinding The Welfare State: A Social History of the North East on Film

A North East Film Archive & Teesside University screening programme
Touring the north east: September - December 2019

The North East Film Archive has joined forces with Dr. Ben Lamb, a Teesside University research academic who has curated a series of films which show the impact of the Welfare State on the region’s social development over the past 100 years. Rewinding the Welfare State features local news reports and television documentaries, trade union campaigns and community-made films. These will be screened at venues across the north east between September and December.

This programme is supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and Teesside University.

SCREENINGS

Stockton-on-Tees
ARC Stockton Arts Centre
Monday 3rd February, 7.00pm
Tickets £8/£6
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Spennymoor
Spennymoor Settlement Everyman Theatre
Thursday 26th March, 7.00pm
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South Shields On Film

The Customs House
Mill Dam, South Shields

NEW DATES ADDED!
Monday 16th March, 1.30pm & 7.00pm

If you like South Shields, you'll love this!  

From the area’s shipbuilding and river work heritage to footage of its famous writers – Catherine Cookson and James Mitchell, South Shields on Film will take you on a visual journey through the history of the people and places of South Tyneside caught on celluloid over the last century.

Selected from North East Film Archive’s remarkable collection of films, this specially curated, entertaining, film show reveals a fascinating portrait. From home movies, local documentaries and Tyne Tees Television productions, the films capture the changing landscape, industries, sights, sounds, faces and places of South Shields and the surrounding area.

This screening is brought to you as part of our North East on Film project, connecting the people and communities of the region with their film heritage, through special screenings and events and online activities and is supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

Ticket prices start at £8.00 - get yours HERE

 

 

MORPETH MOVIE WEEKEND: Northumberland On Film

Morpeth Town Hall
Market Place, Morpeth

Saturday 8th February, 2.15pm

​From the Cheviots to Morpeth and across to the coast, Northumberland on Film will take you on a visual journey through the history of the people and places of the county caught on celluloid over the last century.

Selected from North East Film Archive’s remarkable collection of films, this specially curated, entertaining film show reveals a fascinating portrait of the county. From home movies, local documentaries and Tyne Tees Television productions, the films capture the changing landscape, working lives, sights, sounds, faces and places of Northumberland.

This screening is part of NEFA’s North East on Film project, connecting the people and communities of the region with their film heritage through special screenings and events and is supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

Julie Ballands from the NE Film Archive will be presenting the screening and hosting a Q&A.

Tickets £5.00 - get yours HERE

 

 

Check back again for more events yet to be announced!

If your organisation or group are interested in hosting an event or have a programming idea that you would like to explore, please contact Julie Ballands, North East on Film Delivery Manager.

Email: j.ballands@tees.ac.uk

Telephone: 01642 342 923