- Web design brief for the Winter Gardens Film Festival
- Closing date: Friday 13 August 2021
- Value £2000
We need a new website that helps us to showcase this unique festival by:
🎬 Increasing awareness of the festival,
🎬 Generating more online ticket sales; and
🎬 Boosting engagement with our blog posts and social media accounts.
This annual film festival showcases the best of modern and classic black and white film in the spectacular historic setting of Blackpool Winter Gardens.
The programmes are always varied, covering a range of genres from musicals, comedy, horror, documentary, silent classics, artists’ moving image and contemporary film. We also host a range of live cinema events, workshops, archive film talks, live music and performance.
The main screenings take place in the art deco Opera House and Grand Foyer of Blackpool’s famous Grade II* listed Winter Gardens.
- Every two years we host a film competition with entries from across the globe.
- Each year we choose a theme for our Sunday program. Past recent themes have included Vote 100: women in film and Protest: Take a stand.
- We host special events for specific groups such as screenings for schools and relaxed (dementia-friendly) screenings.
- We always host a number of vintage themed events. We have a loyal following of people who adore living history and dress up in vintage clothing for the occasion.
The festival is a partnership project between the Winter Gardens Trust and Aunty Social CIC. 2022 will be its 6th year. Festival events were not held in 2020 or 2021 due to lockdown. We are a not-for-profit film festival. We have a large team of dedicated volunteers and we often hold events that raise awareness and funds for important local and local causes. We also host pop-up cinema screenings and events in a number of community venues throughout the year.
If you are interested in applying for this opportunity, please download the web design brief.
Due to our funding conditions, this opportunity is limited to individuals and organisations based in the UK.
📷 Desk Set (1957) with Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn.
This opportunity is supported by Arts Council England