2015

Minicine

Last year was far and away our most successful year yet. One which saw record-breaking scores from our audiences for our most diverse and widest ranging programme ever. We also screened more films than any previous year, making 2014 one that boasted both quality and quantity. And as well as continuing our relationship with Armley Mills Industrial Museum, we forged new partnerships and collaborations with Gallery at Munro House, Noisette Bakehouse and The Orangery. We’d just like to take this opportunity to thank each of them for their support and generosity.

So, what does 2015 hold in store? Well, for starters, just like 90s hip-hop outfit Luniz, we got five on it! April 1st marks the fifth year of Minicine film nights in Leeds and in celebration of this milestone we’ll be throwing a little birthday screening in the city. We’ll be announcing more details closer to the…

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About Drneevil

Blogger, podcaster, reader, knitter. Founder of Leeds Book Club; host of Culturally Fixated; co-host of Conversations with Geek People; tech support for Leeds Browncoats.

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