Celebrating Hull's film and television makers and cinemas, past present and future.
The Hull: City of Cinema weekend event continues. With presentations on various facets of Hull's screen history, including the city's historical cinema sites, J Arthur Rank, and COUM Transmissions, screenings of two BBC dramas filmed in and around Hull, a Q&A with film producer Tracey Seaward, and a screening of Florence Foster Jenkins, produced by Tracey Seaward and directed by Stephen Frears.
10am-11.20am: Morning panel, featuring talks on Marjorie Rhodes, and Hull's historical cinemas.
11.35am-1.20pm: Screening of Small Zones (1990), a Screen Two BBC drama starring Sean Bean, filmed on location in Hull and at Spurn. Written by Hull-based Jim Hawkins, who will introduce the film and participate in a Q&A afterwards.
1.20pm-2.00pm: Lunch break (please note lunch is not provided)
2.00pm-3.20pm: Afternoon panel, featuring talks on J Arthur Rank, and COUM Transmissions.
3.30pm-5.20pm: Screening of Land of Green Ginger (1973), a Play for Today written by Alan Plater. With an introduction by Plater expert Dr David Rolinson.
Evening, Middleton Hall
6.30pm-7.30pm: Keynote lecture: Neil Sinyard, 'Hull: City of Cinema'
7.30pm-8.30pm: Q&A - Neil Sinyard chats to Tracey Seaward, Hull-born, award-winning film producer.
8.45pm-10.40pm: Screening of FLORENCE FOSTER JENKINS (2016), produced by Tracey Seaward and directed by Stephen Frears.
Tickets: £8.00 (£6 concessions)
3 day pass: £20 (£16 concessions)