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Thu 12 Jul

Broadway job opportunities - come and join our team!

We currently have a number of new job opportunities available.

Broadway are seeking applications for staff to join us and work in our bars, kitchen, Box Office and beyond.

To find out more about our Customer Service Assistant, Kitchen Assistant, Kitchen Supervisor or Operations Director roles see our Working Here page now.

Please note: CVs & agencies will not be considered

Tue 26 Jun

Watch Q&A with Joy Division director online now

Watch Q&A with Joy Division director online now

Exclusive Q&A with director Grant Gee - watch again

On 27th June New British Cinema Quarterly presented a very special Q&A to celebrate the DVD/VOD release of Grant Gee's PATIENCE (AFTER SEBALD)

The Q&A is available to watch again - for a limited time only - over on our Digital Q&As page

PATIENCE (AFTER SEBALD)

The film offers a unique exploration of the work of internationally acclaimed writer W.G. Max Sebald (1944 -2001) via a walk through East Anglia tracking his most influential book, The Rings of Saturn. It is a richly textured essay film on landscape, art, history, life and loss.

NEW BRITISH CINEMA QUARTERLY

This pioneering showcase that highlights the rich and distinctive craft of filmmaking in the UK. To find out more visit www.nbcq.co.uk

Wed 20 Jun

Teachers! Looking for an end of term treat for your students?

Teachers! Looking for an end of term treat for your students?

If you're thinking of giving your pupils an end of term treat, why not bring them to see the wonderful adventure comedy, A MONSTER IN PARIS (U) in glorious 3D? It costs only £3.50 per pupil and teachers get in for free. (You need a minimum 30 pupils to attend).

We'll be showing it for schools from the 5th July - please contact r.barrett@broadway.org.uk to book a screening.

A Monster in Paris an unforgettable family favourite set in Paris in 1910. Having unintentionally unleashed a mysterious monster from an eccentric scientist’s greenhouse, Emile the projectionist, Raoul the inventor and Lucille, an enchanting cabaret singer, embark on this laugh-out-loud 3D adventure.IN ENGLISH

(Run Time: 89m)

Tue 19 Jun

Have you got music videos? We want to see them!

Have you got music videos? We want to see them!

Our monthly platform event Show & Tell returns on 1st July with a music video special.

So, we're looking for the best music videos made in and around Nottingham.

if you want to show the world your animation, film or miscellaneous music vid, make sure you send it to us quick!

For full details please see http://ow.ly/bBgMc

Closing date for submissions: Friday 22 June

Fri 15 Jun

Hatch event tonight - audio tours

Hatch event tonight - audio tours

As part our collaborative event with Hatch we will be presenting Frank Abbott’s performance/film piece Spaghetti Powerpoint on Friday 15th June at 6pm.

This is one half of a Hatch-curated double bill with the other half taking place at Nottingham Playhouse at 8.15pm. The second performance will be Mamoru Iriguchi’s Projector/Conjector.

To link these two FourBeatWalk will be presenting two audio tours to guide from Broadway to the Playhouse. If you subscribe to Broadway's Podcast here you can automatically download both audio files.

AL NEEDHAM
Let writer and LeftLion editor, Al Needham, guide you through his Nottingham- starting at the Broadway Cinema, ending up at Nottingham Playhouse via all the most important places of his youth.
www.leftlion.co.uk

Click here to download the MP3 for Al's tour

WARNING: Contains a liberal sprinkling of profanities and bad language. Not suitable for anyone under 18 or anyone offended by adult language.

CHRIS MATTHEWS
Designer and historian, Chris Matthews guides you through historic Nottingham – from Broad Street in Hockley over to the rich surroundings of Nottingham Playhouse.

christopherpaulmatthews.co.uk

Click here to download the MP3 for Chris' tour

Suitable for all ages


Fri 15 Jun

Al Needham Audio Tour - Hatch Event Friday 15 June 2012

Al Needham Audio Tour - Hatch Event Friday 15 June 2012

Let writer and LeftLion editor, Al Needham, guide you through his Nottingham- starting at the Broadway Cinema, ending up at Nottingham Playhouse via all the most important places of his youth.

www.leftlion.co.uk

WARNING: Contains a liberal sprinkling of profanities and bad language. Not suitable for anyone under 18 or anyone offended by adult language.

Fri 15 Jun

Chris Matthews Audio Tour - Hatch Event Friday 15 June 2012

Chris Matthews Audio Tour - Hatch Event Friday 15 June 2012

Designer and historian, Chris Matthews guides you through historic Nottingham – from Broad Street in Hockley over to the rich surroundings of Nottingham Playhouse.

christopherpaulmatthews.co.uk

Suitable for all ages

Thu 14 Jun

Cronenberg's back and it's competition time!

Cronenberg's back and it's competition time!

To celebrate the release of David Cronenberg's new film Cosmopolis we have goodies to give away.

Up for grabs we have signed posters, soundtrack CDs and copies of Don DeLillo's original novel (courtesy of the kind people at Entertainment One).

To enter all you need to do is tell us your favourite Cronenberg movie.

Whether Eastern Promises, Videodrome or The Fly is your fave, let us know via Facebook, Twitter or BSocial

To get the debate going, here's Mark Kermode with his thoughts on the matter...

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Wed 13 Jun

Calling all film tutors!

Would you like to be a course tutor for Broadway?

We are looking for enthusiastic film specialists to deliver interesting and engaging courses as part of our programme. If you are someone who can teach others how to understand film language and have an in-depth knowledge of genres, directors, and national cinemas, then please get in touch.

Send a CV and covering letter outlining your specialisms to:

Caroline Hennigan, 14 - 18 Broad Street, Nottingham NG1 3AL or email c.hennigan@broadway.org.uk

Closing date for submissions is Friday 29th June

Mon 11 Jun

Meet Broadway's Artist-in-Residence

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Broadway caught up with current artist-in-residence Frank Abbott to talk about cinema and how the cinema experience is changing as he develops a new project co-produced with performance platform Hatch.  Don't miss a Double Bill this Friday with work-in-progress from Frank Abbott's Spaghetti Powerpoint a homage to a forgotten spaghetti western and Mamoru Iriguchi's Projector / Conjector a dance love story that has been descirbed as part Star Wars, part Swan Lake.  Not to be missed!

Book now: http://www.broadway.org.uk/events/film_hatch_double_bill_frank_abbottmamoru_iriguchi