- Check out our Learning Disability Production Company FilmAble
- RASPBERRY PI PAGE and…
Raspberry Pi and Art – Pi for the Eyes and Ears: Coding for sound and vision. Benton Park Primary experts from Y5 and Y6 have now helped something like 200 teachers and children learn to code for music and art. HFP is now working with Pupil Premium children making contraptions. Let us know if your school would like us to help solve your Coding in the Curriculum problems – email or call us See here
- See the project on TyneTees Television and….
on Radio 4…
Check out our Non-narrative Film work
Read about our partnership project with Prism Arts for carers and support workers working with people with learning disabilities and also people with dementia – Untapped Potential
Hayton = Hayton – words meet numbers at a Cumbrian Primary School
Our film for the RSPB has now been launched nationally. You can see it here: RSPB commissioned film about hen harriers and their declining numbers. This debate has fierce exponents on both sides – some of them were prepared to talk to us. The RSPB won the National Lottery Education Award for their Skydancer Project
South Tyne Cinema Circuit
New season currently being programmed. As ever, we welcome your suggestions.
We are screening CITIZENFOUR at the General Havelock in Haydon Bridge September 12th. Film 7:30, food 7ishCITIZENFOUR is a real life thriller, unfolding by the minute, giving audiences unprecedented access to filmmaker Laura Poitras and journalist Glenn Greenwald’s encounters with Edward Snowden in Hong Kong, as he hands over classified documents providing evidence of mass indiscriminate and illegal invasions of privacy by the National Security Agency (NSA) see TRAILER
Our Pop-up Cinema series working with South Tyne Sustainability had an Architecture theme ( see brochure ) Garbage Warrior won The Grand Jury Prize and The Audience Award at EKOFILM 2009, Europe’s Environmental Film Festival. This series will also featured Manufactured Landscapes nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance (see brochure ) We were also pleased to include a new, and well attended venue in Burnlaw
60 little princesses came to ‘Frozen’ at the Comrades Club on March 1st Screened for the Carnival Committee