£15 full / £12 members & concessions / £10 under 25

Although the ‘father of film’, Thomas Edison, and Pathé started selling film projectors for home use in 1912, the true ‘ownership’ of film (and its respected shelf life) was still 70 years away when video distributors realised the potential in film fanatics building their own libraries. The nostalgia of this period is unrivalled. Via the golden age of the home video market – during the DVD boom of the noughties – a niche would survive and focus on the restoration of film, lost in the hinterlands and limbo of film rights and distribution. This one-off course explores the history of home cinema and the all-important boutique labels who have helped keep physical media alive.


Tutor: Rich Johnson 

Duration: 1 x 3 hour session + 15 min break

When: Thursday 4 July, 7pm-10.15pm 

Price: £15 full / £12 members & concessions / £10 under 25


Free blu-rays: Once signed up you will be entered into a prize draw with at least three individuals having the opportunity to win a boutique label's release courtesy of 101 FilmsSecond Sight Films, Arrow Films and Eureka Entertainment


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