Luv’in the Black Country has been nominated as Best Documentary at the Limelight Awards. Three [...]
Both “Luv’in the Black Country” and “Walk 17″ are being screened at the 19th Yasujiro [...]
Our Short Docu-Poem “Walk 17″ will be showing at the OpenCity London Documentary festival …It’s [...]
Light House Media Centre Next Tuesday 5th April at 7pm is the first public screening [...]
In February we met local historian and BBC radio presenter Professor Carl Chinn MBE at [...]
Tuesday night (29-09-09) saw Black Country Cinema unveil its style of video poetry at the Light House Media Centre in Wolverhampton.
Black Country Cinema was founded in early 2009 by a growing community of artists/poets who describe their work as ‘personal, instinctual & organic video poetry of everyday life’. Their influences include the Japanese silent filmmaker/director Shimizu Hiroshi and Iranian director, screenwriter & producer Abbas Kiarostami. There will be an introduction and Q and A by the artists/poets and an opportunity to find out more about the group and how to get involved.
Free Event Tuesday 29th September, 2009, 7pm Screen Forum: Black Country Cinema’s “Personal, Instinctual & [...]