by Dame Mary Archer, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Science Museum Group
If you didn’t manage to get along, here’s just a small taste (or smell) of shots we got during the festival.
UPDATE: Fifty years ago this week, on the 30 September 1965, the first ever episode of Thunderbirds “Trapped in the Sky” aired. Since this blog was released in 2012, we’ve … Continue reading
By Emily Rees How do we discover more about the history of media in Britain? A lot of information comes from the collections and archives of individuals and companies who … Continue reading
This year we celebrated our 20th edition of Widescreen Weekend, and it was one to remember! We welcomed new faces as well as old friends, with an added student day … Continue reading
Our much-loved festival celebrating large-format film, Widescreen Weekend, is back for 2016, brought to you and supported by BFI and funded through the National Lottery. This year’s festival is taking … Continue reading
by Jo Quinton-Tulloch, Director of the National Media Museum The last week has shown again how much this Museum means to Bradford, and how much it owes to Bradford. Unsurprisingly … Continue reading
The world première of A Holiday in Spain in the all new Smell-O-Vision is coming to Bradford for Widescreen Weekend.
Roger Highfield, our Director of External Affairs talks to Baltasar Kormákur about his action-adventure, Everest.
If you’ve not already seen the whole programme for the festival, let us guide you through some of the highlights of what’s coming up for 2015.
Before our Light Fantastic artists-in-residence reveal the final exhibit, Martha and Christian took some time to give us a taster of what’s to come.
We go behind the scenes of Martha Jurksaitis and Christian Hardy’s recent visit to the volcanic country which influenced and appears in several of the works they’re creating for our Light Fantastic exhibition.
Amanda Lynsdale joined us to help catalogue the BBC Collection we acquired in 2012. What she discovered was just some of the innovations that the research and development teams at the BBC became renowned for.