Commissioned as part of the High Streets Heritage Action Zones (HAZ) Cultural Programme, led by Historic England (HE), ten new films created by contemporary filmmakers in collaboration with young creatives, exploring what the future of the high street could be, with two films released per week, starting Tuesday 2 March.
… films will pose hopeful provocations…
… Two films will be released per week…
Historic England writes:
Appearing here throughout March the films will pose hopeful provocations at a time when these communal spaces have been hit hardest.
Two films will be released per week, starting Tuesday 2 March. Major regional arts bodies have organised the film projects including:
- Living Memory Archive (Stirchley High Street)
- Beacon Films (Newcastle)
- Turf Projects (Croydon)
- Site Gallery (Sheffield)
- Heart of Glass (St Helen’s)
- Focal Point Gallery (Southend-on-Sea)
- New Art Exchange (Nottingham)
- Lighthouse (Brighton)
- The Photographers’ Gallery (London)
- Newlyn Art Gallery (Penzance)
The films were commissioned as part of the High Streets Heritage Action Zones Cultural Programme, led by Historic England.