We’ve been filming behind-the-scenes at the historic Dome Cinema

We’ve recently completed filming behind the scenes of Worthing’s Dome Cinema for our short documentary, FILM PROJECTIONS and what an experience it was. Having the opportunity to explore the art-deco main auditorium, the Protectionist’s Bar with its intriguing memorabilia and the amazing projection room, with an original Peerless 35mm film projector sitting next to the latest NEC digital cinema projector, both looking through portals armed with original 1920s acetate fire guards for when the old film stock would combust without warning.
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STAGE DIRECTION: Practical Advice for New Actors – Documentary

In 1984, veteran british actors Sir Anthony Quayle and Roy Kinnear recorded radio interviews in which they offered their hard-won advice about the acting profession. Technical issues at the time meant that those conversations were thought to be lost. But now, over thirty years later, with the help of graduates from the National Youth Theatre and leading TV executives from Lime Pictures, we explore the challenges that face today’s emerging actors and see how well Sir Anthony’s and Roy’s advice has stood the test of time.

Documentary, 25 mins.

STAGE DIRECTION: PERSPECTIVES, Practical Advice for Actors

STAGE DIRECTION: PERSPECTIVES is our 6 part series based around our documentary STAGE DIRECTION, which offers helpful advice and tips for emerging actors, whether they’re looking for prepare for an audition or seeking ways to sustain themselves in this incredibly competitive industry. Whole series, made up of 6 x 10 minute episodes, is now available on our YouTube channel. There are also links at the bottom of this post. Continue reading “STAGE DIRECTION: PERSPECTIVES, Practical Advice for Actors”

Dome Cinema Gearing Up to Show Films for Another 100 Years

FILM PROJECTIONS is a new documentary that we’ve got in production that explores how the fast-moving digital revolution has created new opportunities for one of the UK’s oldest cinemas, providing a new lease of life for a venue that has struggled for decades to stay a working cinema and remain at the heart of its seaside community. Continue reading “Dome Cinema Gearing Up to Show Films for Another 100 Years”