This Way Up
 
 

This Way up EDITIONS

This Way Up is now in its fifth year. Take a look at some of the highlights from previous years below.

 
 
 

2017 / FOURTH EDITION

HULL

 
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SUMMARY

In 2017, This Way Up took place in Hull UK City of Culture, a year which saw the city transformed by the power of culture, including film. The conference included a visit from the Vintage Mobile Cinema and a VR experience by Together Films, plus an inspiring keynote from Jenny Sealey MBE of Graeae Theatre, provocations from Simran Hans and an exclusive Turner Prize reception at Ferens Art Gallery

 

DETAILS

WHERE: hull truck theatre, hull

WHEN: TUESDAY 7 & WEDNESDAY 8 NOVEMBER 2017

 
 

2016 / Third edition

glasgow

 
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SUMMARY

This Way Up 2016 took place in Glasgow and saw some 310 delegates and contributors take the trip to Scotland for inspiring keynotes from Bobby Allen of MUBI and Dawn Walton of Eclipse Theatre, plus 1-2-1 marketing surgeries with Laura Rothwell of CRYSTLSD and the launch of BFI 2022 by Amanda Nevill, CEO of the British Film Institute.

 

details

Where: glasgow film theatre, glasgow

When: tuesday 29 & wednesday 30 November 2016

 
 

2015 / second edition

manchester

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SUMMARY

This Way Up arrived in Manchester in 2015. Held at what was then a brand-new HOME it attracted 262 attendees including both delegates and speakers who took part in keynote talks, panel discussions, workshops, lunchtime labs, two-day hackathons and in competing for Pitch Innovation Funds.

 

details

Where: HOME, manchester

When: wednesday 2 & thursday 3 december 2015

 
 

2014 / first edition

newcastle-upon-tyne

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summary

The first ever edition of This Way Up took place at Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle. Attended by over 130 delegates and with speakers from cinemas, festivals, community venues, arts centres across the UK we debated ideas, shared stories and learnt from each other. Topics ranged widely from the discussing the challenges and opportunities facing programmers as audiences have more and more choice, and the rise of the second-screen and social media in the cinema space, to how to harness challenging concepts and new thinking about using data and digital to reach audiences.

 

details

Where: Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

When: tuesday 2 & wednesday 3 december 2014