Half term family matinée: A Grand Day Out

Thu 15 Feb | 11am

Things take an unexpected turn when Wallace and Gromit take a trip to the moon in their first adventure, A Grand Day Out. After building their own rocket, the pair journey into space in search of new cheese to sample but encounter a rogue cooker which puts a spanner in the works of their bank holiday day out.

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The Art and Tech of 360 Film-making

Sat 17 Feb | 2pm

A talk and practical workshop with Nick Driftwood, film-maker and technologist on the art and tech of 360 film-making. An opportunity to try out 360 cameras and to watch new 360 content.

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The Loops – New Cinematic Work

Sat 3 Mar | Throughout gallery opening hours

A set of looped work throughout the day including Driftwood’s ‘ROAD’, an immersive film of the American SW roadtrip described by the New Scientist as “something effortless and intuitive, a sense of being in some athletic ‘zone’ where self and world are one. This is the fabled freedom of the road that car companies promised us but could never quite deliver.”

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Brighton Rock

Sun 4 Mar | 5pm

Simmering with violence, Brighton Rock concerns itself not with cheery holiday makers but the sinister underbelly of the seaside town between the wars. One of the greatest […]

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Eames: The Architect & The Painter

Sat 10 Mar | 2pm

Insightfully narrated by James Franco, this is the first film to be made about the steadfastly private design power-couple Charles and Ray Eames since their deaths.

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Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict

Sat 17 Mar | 2pm

Peggy Guggenheim, niece of Solomon Guggenheim (founder of the New York gallery) and heiress to her family’s fortune, was one of the major collectors of the modern art movement.

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Finding Vivian Maier

Sat 24 Mar | 2pm

Finding Vivian Maier tells the fascinating story of secretive street photographer Vivian Maier, whose work, comparable with heavy weights Henri Cartier-Bresson and Diane Arbus, was never seen […]

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