Cinema City Education presents an evening of local archive film sound-tracked with live original scores. Musicians performing are Milly Hirst, BROADS & Eastern Seaboard, each with an eclectic range of musical influences from alternative folk to ambient electronica.
Films to include footage of Sheringham and the surrounding coastal areas made available through the East Anglian Film Archive.
About BFI Britain on Film project
Britain on Film is one of the largest and most complex archival projects ever undertaken and is part of the British Film Institute’s Unlocking Film Heritage programme (2013-17). Unlocking film heritage for everyone in the UK to enjoy is a key strategic priority for the BFI and Britain on Film is the public launch of a vast programme of work, which has been ongoing for over three years. This work has included a sophisticated programme of data capture, cataloguing, copying to archival standards, meticulous preservation of original materials, thorough searching of archives across the country, new state of the art equipment and digital storage facilities and the transfer of films to the BFI’s online video platform, BFI Player.
Unlocking Film Heritage and Britain on Film are thanks to £15million funding from the National Lottery and the additional support of the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation.
Trains from Norwich to Sheringham Doors open at 7pm for a 7.30 start. Please enter the Museum via the rear Schools Entrance on Lifeboat Plain. You are welcome to bring your own drinks and glasses Lift and stairs access to the 2nd floor
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