Take me to:Sessions
In the lead up to the next Film Hub South East Forum in February 2022, we are organising a series of online training and discussion events that focus on the subjects you were most interested in according to the last member survey.
Over the next few months, we’ll be hosting sessions that focus on:
- Touching Base with Film Hub South East
- Audience Development Through Social Media
- Innovative Programming
Tuesday 9 November 10:30-12:30 Touching Base with Film Hub South East
Online. Film Hub South East Staff + Alice Morelli, Evelyn Griffiths & Federica Pugliese
For the past 18 months, the exhibition industry within the South East and beyond has shown real creativity and resilience through very troubling times. Ahead of the next Film Hub South East Forum, we are hosting a conversation with our members to hear what specific issues they have been dealing with, to share successful strategies with each other and to help us plan the best ways FHSE can help. Kicking off the conversation, the session will have three short provocations from FHSE members – Alice Morelli (Community Cinema Manager, Creative Arts East), Evelyn Griffiths Charity Director for Watersprite Film Festival and Federica Pugliese (Programme and Marketing Manager, Really Local Group).
Tuesday 7 December 10:30-12:30 Audience Development Through Social Media
Online Marvin Wiechert, Yorck Kinogruppe
Social media has become an integral part of marketing for cinemas, film festivals and film societies, but sometimes these tools aren’t used to their full potential. This can be due to not having the time to fully understand the potential of the software that is available, or it could be that you don’t feel confident in using a platform that is new to you. In this session, we will look at the work of Yorck Kinogruppe in Berlin, and how they have used new social media techniques combined with standard digital marketing practise to grow their audiences exponentially.
Tuesday 18 January 10:30-12:30 Innovative Programming
Online Nellie Alston, Camilla Baier, Rachel Pronger and Isabel Moir
There are a plethora of different types of organisations that make up all of the Film Hub South East members, and almost all of them programme film in a completely unique way, specific to the place within which they are situated. We’ve brought together a panel of guests to highlight some of the best examples of creative programming from the last year, and provide you with inspiration for the year ahead.
For this event we are delighted to be joined by Nellie Alston (T A P E Collective), Camilla Baier & Rachel Pronger (Invisible Women) and Isabel Moir (Independent Cinema Office).