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  • Title: 7 Inch Cinema
    Descriptive info: .. Search.. Go.. Join the email list.. (To receive monthly updates on 7inch events and other fun stuff).. posted by: Ian on: November 12, 2012 @ 3:58 pm.. It occurred to us the other day that 7 Inch Cinema is almost ten years old.. In June 2003 we put on.. a filmnight at the Rainbow in Digbeth.. , setting in motion all sorts of other things which have eventually landed us here.. Still doing quite similar things, but in a completely different way.. Or is that vice versa?.. In any case, things have moved on, and we ve decided to bundle all the things we do under the banner of Flatpack.. That means all our year-round work will come to be known as Flatpack Projects, and 7 Inch Cinema will quietly recede into the background.. It doesn t mean we re doing less year-round stuff: far from it.. But for many the 7inch name is still very much tied up with the pub gigs that started it all, and it makes things a bit clearer if all our work can go in one place.. That one place is the.. Flatpack website.. , which was relaunched in a small way last week.. There s plenty more to come, and eventually the site will contain an archive of all the old gigs gathered here.. It should also be a bit of a kick up the bum for our web presence, which has got a little sparse of late.. This post is a way of starting the countdown but 7 Inch Cinema will not be forgotten, and next summer we d like to mark the tenth anniversary in some way.. Filed under:.. 7inch business.. Comments (1).. posted by: Ian on: September 20, 2012 @ 10:59 am.. [To receive our mailouts directly, fill in the box on the left].. hello,.. Once again an event-light summer has been followed.. by an autumn pileup of gigs and screenings.. To help.. sift through some of this we have compiled one of our.. occasional Birmingham listings mailouts.. As ever we’re.. not responsible for these we just thought they.. looked interesting.. Firstly, some Flatpack notices….. BIRMINGHAM – THE MAGIC CITY.. Last week we were part of a Birmingham contingent.. at Liverpool Biennial, launching a section of the City.. States exhibition.. (more ).. listings.. Comments (2).. posted by: Ian on: May 3, 2012 @ 4:07 pm.. Our.. dance film season.. reaches its finale next Saturday 12 May with a knees-up at the Spotted Dog in Digbeth.. Here s a nifty flyer with all the details, designed by Nerys James.. Before then, we re hosting the UK premiere of daft sci-fi dance-battle movie.. The FP.. (trailer below) and this Sunday.. a compendium of shorts.. at mac including Mark Leckey s.. Fiorucci Made Me Hardcore.. 7inch events.. Tags:.. dance films.. ,.. idfb.. Light Fantastic.. posted by: Ian on: January 6, 2012 @ 1:37 pm.. Just a quick heads-up by way of warm-up for.. Flatpack 6.. we re doing a series of Colour Box family screenings at mac on the first Saturday of every month.. Tomorrow we kick off with.. My Neighbour Totoro.. , Hayao Miyazaki s spell-binding fable about two sisters in the countryside.. Screenings are at midday and 2pm, and there s also a chance to develop your own Totoro-drawing skills.. Here s a brief youtube guide to help prepare you.. Flatpack.. Kids film.. Comments (0).. posted by: Ian on: September 30, 2011 @ 1:20 pm.. In a break with protocol, I m pasting below our listings email for this month.. If you d like to receive these in your inbox, sign up for the email list on the lefthand side.. ______.. During a rare breathing space we have found time.. to compile a list of interesting things happening.. around Birmingham over the next 31 days or so.. As you’ll see there is an embarrassment of festivals.. (seven at least) and plenty more besides.. As usual,.. we’re not responsible for any of these events, and.. apologies in advance if we’ve missed something out..  ...   in taking part.. posted by: Ian on: June 23, 2011 @ 11:41 am.. Robert Morgan slips between animation and live action, and is well known for creepy short films like.. The Cat With Hands.. and.. The Separation.. It s been a while since his last proper short, but judging from the trailer for his new 23-minute stop-frame opus his work is still pretty creepy:.. It s showing at a.. London International Animation Fest event.. on July 4th, followed by a Q A with Morgan himself.. Other people's events.. animation.. Bobby Yeah.. Robert Morgan.. posted by: Ian on: June 1, 2011 @ 9:44 pm.. Just sifting through photos from our film-tent at this weekend s marvellous.. Book Bash.. There are many things to love about this event: it s free; it encourages kids to get excited about reading; it s at Aston Hall, one of Birmingham s underrated treasures; and it s run by librarians! Their joy at being set free in a field rather than sat in a library is somewhat infectious, and makes for a really nice buzz.. Even on Monday when it was chucking it down we were impressed by the pacamac hordes who turned out.. Here are a few shots from the slightly sunnier Sunday.. At the top is pianist Paul Shallcross, who drove all the way from Brecon to accompany the inspired vandalism and acrobatics of Laurel and Hardy and Buster Keaton.. Below is his appreciative audience.. Watching all these rapt young faces taking so much pleasure from something nearly a century old, I wondered if we could get Michael Gove to make silent comedy compulsory for all five year-olds.. I was also reminded of a 1954 book called.. Children and Films: A Study of Boys and Girls in the Cinema.. , by Mary Field.. The effect of cinema on young audiences was a hot topic at the time, and Field travelled around the country using infra-red photography to capture children s reactions to particular sequences of film.. The two images below are of matinee audiences in Barnstaple and Chippenham, both enjoying a moment of Anticipated fun.. With thanks to Pete James, and Janet Brisland.. posted by: Ian on: May 29, 2011 @ 7:16 pm.. Just had a marvellous day showing films at Aston Hall as part of this year s.. , along with special guest and old friend Paul Shallcross who went down a storm accompanying the joyous mayhem of Laurel and Hardy.. We ll be back there tomorrow, without Paul but with a oneoff screening of animated feature Eleanor s Secret.. Next week we ll be giving away a couple of DVDs of the film on the blog, and will also post a couple of photos from the event.. Older Posts.. Welcome to the home of.. 7 INCH CINEMA.. , Birmingham-based cultural historians, purveyors of distinctive film events and producers of the.. Flatpack Festival.. Archive film.. DVD.. Flavours.. Installations.. Knitflicks.. Mobile film.. Music.. Music video.. Obituary corner.. Olde Birmingham.. Other people s events.. Pre-cinema.. Techy tips.. Uncategorized.. November 2012.. September 2012.. May 2012.. January 2012.. September 2011.. August 2011.. June 2011.. May 2011.. February 2011.. December 2010.. November 2010.. October 2010.. 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  • Title: 7 Inch Cinema - Events
    Descriptive info: Silent Night.. 14th December 2012.. An evening of silent film and live music at Birmingham Cathedral.. Nightlife.. 27th September 2012.. Short film programme, devoted to the joys of a night on the tiles.. The Magic City.. 15th September 2012.. Spreading a bit of Birmingham magic to Liverpool.. Whisky Galore!.. 18th August 2012.. Ealing classic in the courtyard of Birmingham's Back to Backs.. Older..

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  • Title: 7 Inch Cinema - Projects
    Descriptive info: Travelling Picture Show.. Colourful programme of childrens film, taking flight across the West Midlands.. Worcestershire on Film.. Roaming the highways and byeways of Worcs with a satchel of archive treats.. A cornucopia of events, films and installations in venues all over Birmingham.. Gangsters.. A journey into the dark heart of 70s Birmingham..

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  • Title: 7 Inch Cinema - About
    Descriptive info: 7inch Rabbits.. Two things helped give birth to 7 Inch Cinema: masses of good films out there, particularly shorts, that never get near our cinemas or TV screens; and more and more people choosing to watch film online or on beefy home entertainment systems.. We are firm believers in the old-fashioned communal film experience.. Our job is to sift through festivals, archives, DVD submissions and the web for interesting work and then to screen it in a relaxed setting for people to enjoy, perhaps alongside a discussion, a bit of music or a quiz.. The setting could be a pub, an art gallery, a church, a warehouse, a military decontamination tent.. It could even be a cinema.. The main thing is to create a sense of occasion, and to show people something they wouldn t have seen otherwise.. Checking for splices.. 7inch started life in June 2003 as a monthly filmnight at the Rainbow in Digbeth, screening local and international shorts interspersed with live acts and DJs to a lively but surprisingly attentive audience.. A couple of years and hundreds of films later we launched the first.. , applying a similar mixtape approach on a more ambitious scale in  ...   and has been found at venues and festivals including the ICA in London, Leicester Phoenix, the Cube in Bristol, Nova in Brussels, Aurora in Norwich, the Green Man Festival and many others.. We ran the film-tent at the Shambala Festival for 5 years (below), and have provided numerous film programmes for Capsule s mighty fine Supersonic festival.. Shambala tent.. Compton Verney workshop.. We also enjoy dusting off old films and television programmes and returning them to the places where they were made, screening in unexpected places as a way of stirring up conversations and stories.. As part of the.. Landmarks.. project we found ourselves showing Philip Donnellan documentaries in a blacked-out market-stall in Cradley Heath, while other archive adventures have included projects around the Mitchell and Kenyon collection, cult Birmingham crime drama.. and the early work of Madeleine Carroll.. We ve collaborated closely with organisations including Compton Verney and Ikon to create temporary film spaces which can help shed new light on an exhibition and pull in new audiences who might not normally visit a gallery.. And we have extensive experience of putting together education projects, from schools screenings and animation workshops to practical masterclasses and talks on short film..

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  • Title: 7 Inch Cinema - Contact
    Descriptive info: If you'd like to submit a short film or some music for 7 inch cinema, feel free.. We are always looking for good new stuff.. Preferred viewing format is DVD.. Post your submission to:.. 118, Scott House.. The Custard Factory,.. Gibb St.. Digbeth.. Birmingham B9 4AA.. With a stamped s.. a.. e.. if you want it back.. Or use the form below to email us:.. Your name.. Your email.. Message..

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  • Title: 7 Inch Cinema - Search
    Descriptive info: 404 : 'search'.. The page you were looking for '.. /search/.. ' is lost, try some of the pages below?:.. EVENT:.. Eastside Arts Picnic.. CURZON ST STATION Curzon St, Digbeth, Birmingham B4 7XG (Over the road from.. The space will be called Platform 9 and the running order looks.. Afternoon Delight.. Almost since day one, 7 Inch Cinema have been crouching in a corner.. Green Man Festival 2010.. 20-22 August, Glanusk Park, near Abergavenny We return to Green Man.. PROJECT:.. April 2007 "Just look at the Birmingham skyline.. Look at the tower.. The programme ran  ...   the streets.. NEWS:.. Home movies as art?.. By way of a warm-up act for I For India on Sunday we'll be showing a small.. Weird films for kids.. After enduring the horrors of Nim's Island this weekend I turned to the web in.. Youtube search box.. We're not generally in the habit of handing out techy tips on this site, but.. Big beastie.. This creature will be unveiled in Shrewsbury's Quarry Park this Friday as.. On a Ragga Tip.. The other night my daughter gave me back a sliver of the edge I thought I'd..

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  • Title: 7 Inch Cinema - Event - Silent night
    Descriptive info: Friday, 14th December.. 7:00 PM - 8:45 PM.. Venue:.. Birmingham Cathedral.. Price:.. £5.. Following the huge success of Flatpack s opening night earlier this year, we return to Birmingham Cathedral for another very special evening of silent film and live music.. Our feature presentation is.. The Cameraman.. , from 1928.. Buster Keaton s final silent feature, it s a beautifully daft romantic comedy about a young man who takes a job filming for MGM just to get near a girl, and includes plenty of the brilliant, jaw-dropping sight gags you d expect from Keaton.. To warm  ...   presiding over the grand piano will be Brecon-based film pianist.. Paul Shallcross.. Festive refreshments are included in the ticket price.. Tickets: 5.. Available on the door, or in advance via:.. http://silentnight2012.. eventbrite.. com.. Facebook page:.. http://www.. facebook.. com/events/555787431103827/.. Presented by.. in partnership with.. Colmore BID.. , as part of the Film Bug programme.. Film Bug returns to the city centre in March 2013.. Colmore Row.. Birmingham.. B3 2QB.. Map >.. Website >.. Share >.. Share with:.. Facebook.. Digg it.. del.. icio.. us.. reddit.. StumbleUpon.. Technorati.. Yahoo MyWeb.. Spurl.. ma.. gnolia.. Furl.. BlinkList.. Netvouz.. Simpy.. Previously.. Events Menu..

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  • Title: 7 Inch Cinema - Event - Nightlife
    Descriptive info: Thursday, 27th September.. 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM.. Yorks Bakery Cafe.. This free event is part of.. Colmore Business District.. 's Purple Flag weekend, and will feature a selection of short films and archive gems celebrating the joys of a night on the tiles.. Programme includes.. GIRLS NIGHT OUT (dir: Joanna Quinn).. Award-winning 1987 short by a Kings Heath-born animator, about a raucous evening on the town.. MOMMA DON T ALLOW (dir: Karel Reisz).. Beautiful Free Cinema snapshot of a London jazz club in the 1950s.. THE  ...   Swedish short mixing live action with puppets.. Also featuring a wealth of Birmingham footage provided by the.. Media Archive for Central England.. , from jazz dances at Town Hall to hip hop all-dayers at the Hummingbird.. (Total programme 60 minutes approx, playing twice at 6pm and 7.. 15 with music in between.. ) Birmingham company.. Bean2Bed.. have also generously offered five of their humungous bean-beds for the night - get there early to guarantee yourself one.. Yorks Bakery Cafe,.. 1 Newhall Street,.. Birmingham B3 3NH.. Next up..

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  • Title: 7 Inch Cinema - Event - The magic city
    Descriptive info: 15th September - 25th November at.. Liverpool Biennial.. Part of the.. City States.. section of the Liverpool Biennial, Birmingham The Magic City is a snapshot of overlapping perceptions of the city combining:.. an exploration of the unknown underground sub-infrastructure of the city.. a collage of 1980s Grindcore fanzines from the birthplace of heavy metal.. a day in the life of walkers of Birmingham.. and  ...   of promotional films from the 1940s to the present day, exploring how the city has sold itself over the years.. Welcome to Birmingham!.. Featured artists:.. BAZ, Helen Brown, Home of Metal, Napalm Death, plan b, David Rowan, Bedwyr Williams.. We Are Eastside is a consortium leading independent arts in Birmingham, formed of Capsule, Eastside Projects, Flatpack Festival, Fierce Festival, Grand Union and Ikon Gallery..

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  • Title: 7 Inch Cinema - Event - Whisky galore
    Descriptive info: Saturday, 18th August.. 8:30 PM - 11:00 PM.. Birmingham Back to Backs.. £12.. 50.. Nestling across the road from the Hippodrome, the Back to Backs are one of Birmingham's finest visitor attractions.. Recreating a time when Brummies lived crammed into tiny terraces sharing one communal courtyard - and often one tap - the place makes for a great contrast with some of the National  ...   fresco cinema for the night.. Our feature attraction is the ageless 1949 Ealing comedy.. , produced by local boy Michael Balcon and concerning the efforts of a Scottish village to retrieve 50,000 cases of whisky from a stranded ship.. Before that we'll have a selection of local archive material, and traditional refreshments will be included in the price of admission.. 55-63 Hurst Street.. B5 4TE..

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    Descriptive info: Book Bash 2012.. Cinémathèque de.. Pinchcliffe Grand.. My Neighbour.. 7 Inch Cinema:.. Adventures in.. Metal on Film.. Green Man.. Suitcase Cinema.. Book Bash 2011.. Post-apocalyptic.. More Recent..

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