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Film audience research project launched in Sheffield

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The Showroom's chief executive Ian Wild with the project team. Image Credit: Mark Harvey.

The £900,000 project was launched at the Showroom Cinema

Film Hub North have launched their major research audience research project at Sheffield’s Showroom Cinema. 

 

Beyond the Multiplex: Audiences for Specialised Film in English Regions will look at ways of enabling a wider range of audience to watch more diverse films. The three year project will be led by Newcastle University in partnership with the Universities of Sheffield, Liverpool and York and will be supported by the National Lottery Funding.

 

The project will investigate how people watch and engage with film culture from rural film clubs to international film festivals. Data will be collected through interviews, focus groups and longitudinal surveys and compared regionally using the north west, yorkshire, north east and south west regions.

 

Film Hub North manager, Anna Kime, said: “Dedicated research with such an impressive team allows us to really deepen our audience development work. We’re delighted to have the opportunity to continue this partnership.”

 

For more information, head to www.beyondthemultiplex.net

 

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