Edinburgh International Film Festival aims to showcase the best filmmaking from around the world and invite audiences to celebrate cinema in Edinburgh. EIFF’s project was to create and develop a year-round digital content strategy to raise awareness of the Festival and grow audiences, providing rich content to engage and drive existing and potential attendees. Please […]
Glasgow Film, comprising Glasgow Film Theatre and Glasgow Film Festival, is the west of Scotland’s leading independent cultural cinema. Glasgow Film’s Cinema City project connects visitors and residents to the fascinating cinema heritage of the city. Back in the cinema-going heyday of the 1930s, Glasgow had more cinemas per head than anywhere else in the […]
macrobert arts centre for Stirling and the Forth Valley has been supported by AmbITion Scotland to undertake the AmbITion Approach to digital development. Here in this video, they reflect on the work they did and the digital plans they’ve developed to ensure their ongoing resilience as a cultural hub for the area! macrobert also have […]
Stirlingshire’s arts centre based on Stirling University’s campus, macrobert, has recently undertaken the AmbITion Approach, and has made some immediate decisions around digital developments. Last night saw macrobert’s first ever screening of an NTLive production, Coriolanus. The show sold out, with War Horse, NTLive’s February simulcast selling out within minutes of being put on sale! […]
Watch this case study presented by Hannah Rudman: the Screen Machine analyses its Carbon Emissions and talks about how digital tools have helped this process and how they will support a lower carbon future for the UK’s only mobile cinema which takes movie night to 34 of Scotland’s more remote communities. Funded by Sustainable AmbITion, […]
Guide: Do’s and Don’ts from contributors to VIRTUALLY A REALITY: Digitising Your Film Festival, Monday, 19 October 2009 at Royal Society of Arts, part of the BFI 53rd London Film Festival.
Case Study: Chapter Arts Centre: Loyalty cards for an arts venue. This case study looks at how the Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff is using a digital loyalty card scheme for its cinema, in order to increase loyalty, affinity and give the organisation a competitive advantage. The card has been named “Cl1c Loyalty Card” and is free, much like the Tesco Club Card, The Boots Reward Card or the new Ikea Family Card….