What might a more inclusive film programming world look like?

By Lillian Crawford

Lillian Crawford and her fellow Barbican Young Programmers reflect on their experiences of curating film events and hopes for a more inclusive film programming community.

A new film season is championing queer stories from the 1990s

By Robyn Quick

This Pride Month, Barbican Cinema will showcase eight films celebrating LGBTQ+ lives.

Witness the world premiere of one of the greatest film scores of all time

By Little White Lies

Ealing Studios’ Scott of the Antarctic is set for a historic Barbican performance this month.

A new film programme challenges perceptions of fat bodies

By Hannah Strong

Curated by Grace Barber-Plentie, Reframing the Fat Body allows plus size people to exist without judgement or limitation.

Could you draw a sci-fi version of your favourite movie star?

By Little White Lies

For our latest creative brief, we’re looking to the future as part of Barbican’s Life Rewired season.

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