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30 Sep

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Document – A Small Cinema on Bold St

September 30, 2009 | By |

Liverpool’s most prolific documentarian Tim Brunsden, was in attendance, and as usual with camera in hand. This gives a really nice introduction to the Small Cinema experience. I heard Tim just got a new Sony Z5, so keep an eye out for his upcoming work!

Thanks you again to all those who created, collated, exhibited, contributed, supported and applauded the event. You can see some photos for the day on the A Small Cinema blog, and also the Re-Dock Flickr page.

A Small Cinema on Bold St is a Re-Dock project that took place as part of Abandon Normal Devices Festival and Bold St Festival. Thankyou to Liverpool City Council for its financial support.

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18 Sep

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Ticket to Ride

September 18, 2009 | By |

Cinema Ticket from ferry

I came into the studio today to find this wonderful little cinema ticket someone left on my desk  (I don’t know who) Its a ticket for a cinema on a ferry, which I would love to experience.

It’s been great developing the Small Cinema project lately as I’ve been getting exciting packages everyday from film-makers. I’ve had to be quite brutal in selecting which films to show, based on people’s memories and ideas, but they are gonna be great screenings.

14 Sep

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Bold Street Memories of Cinema

September 14, 2009 | By |

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A Small Cinema on Bold Street is coming! Re-Dock have been busy visiting the shops and asking people to share their stories of cinema. Here is one of the terrific memories we collected from traders on Bold Street. For more info about the event, check out the A Small Cinema website and the Abandon Normal Devices site.

06 Aug

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Rotunda Cinema

August 6, 2009 | By |

On Monday we had the first ever Rotunda cinema at the Lee Jones centre in Kirkdale.  Over 40 pensioners and guests came and enjoyed the screening, developed and hosted by the young people from Rotunda college.

We had adverts for local places of interest, trailers for classic films such as ‘The Quiet Man’, the ABC minors song, a raffle, oranges and ice-cream, and of course popcorn.  Milkman Tommy himself  came along to watch his own films by local film-maker Tim Brunsden.

The price of entrance was 1p or a clean jam jar.

The cinema is installed and ready

The cinema is installed and ready

iceacream, oranges and popcorn

ice-cream, oranges and popcorn

audience enjoying the trailers

audience enjoying the trailers

the box office board

the box office board

The Small Cinema in the Community is a Re-Dock project, supported by Liverpool City Council.

22 Jul

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From Rotunda With Love

July 22, 2009 | By |

After 3 workshops with young people from Rotunda college and the ‘young’ people from the Lee Jones Centre, Re-Dock are proud to announce: A Small Cinema at the League of Welldoers!

“From Rotunda With Love” will feature several short films by local film-makers on a variety of issues, chosen by the young people for the League of Welldoers. Expect traditional cinema experiences such as local adverts, classic trailers, and people throwing orange peel.

Monday 3rd August
Box office opens 12:30pm
Presentation Starts 1:30pm

A Small Cinema - From Rotunda With Love

A Small Cinema - From Rotunda With Love

price – 1p or a jamjar

13 Jul

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Leave a memory

July 13, 2009 | By |

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I’m collecting peoples’ memories of going to the cinema. I’m interested in the different experiences we have depending on when we first or last went, and the role it plays in our lives.

Please spend 60 seconds sharing a memory of a cinema experience you had:


15 Jun

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Liverpool to Glastonbury

June 15, 2009 | By | No Comments

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Both The Huge Entity and The Model City will be going to Glastonbury Festival, along with a selection of shorts from the A Small Cinema project. One of those films is a cracking little animation called simply ‘Liverpool’ by animator Owain Bentley, a recent graduate of Liverpool Art and Design Academy. The programme has been curated by Bren O’Callaghan.

22 May

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'Maker Makes' Made

May 22, 2009 | By | No Comments

Well it happened and its hard to even imagine the chaos that it was to prepare (screen-printing posters at 3am?!?). But if public enjoyment is any measure to go by then it was well worth it. Photos by Helen Williams.A Small Cinema A Small cinema A Small Cinema A Small Cinema A Small Cinema posters

27 Apr

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A Small Cinema presents "Maker Makes"

April 27, 2009 | By | No Comments

A Small Cinema presents “Maker Makes”

A SMALL CINEMA

**One Night Only**

at the

VIEW TWO GALLERY

in Liverpool

Thursday 7th May 2009

box office opens 7:15pm

presentation starts  7:45pm

price of admission: 250 pence

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Moving Image programme:

‘MAKER MAKES’

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featuring:

Animator Ladislav Starewicz is

THE BUG TRAINER

A film by Rasa Miskinyte / ERA productions

*plus*

A World Premiere:

THE ORGANIST

by Alex Gould

also

Tim Brunsden discovers

ELVIS IN KIRBY

GAZING BACK

with BossFilm

Sculptor Dave Webster

LEST WE FORGET

by Ruff Productions

The World of Illustrator

JAMES JARVIS

revealed by Alex Gould

and Ken Martin shows us his

NEW BRIGHTON

FLORAL PAVILION

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Popcorn and refreshments will be available at the kiosk.

There will be an interval with ice-cream.

VIEW TWO GALLERY, 23 MATHEW STREET, LIVERPOOL