Craft has a very special relationship with film. Craft on film can be hypnotic, surprising and magical.  The resurgence of interest in craft has resulted in a host of beautiful and interesting new films on the topic.
From BBC Four’s unhurried look at making in 2015 to Oscar-nominated film director Morgan Spurlock turning his attention to the handmade in his next feature film Crafted – craft looks good on screen.
It’s why we are co-hosting with Crafts magazine a craft film festival this May during London Craft Week. We’re taking over Picturehouse Central in London on the 4 and 5 of May to play a programme of films relating to craft.
From elegant documentaries, story-led films and animation to seeing skill in action or materials from a new angle and celebrating the craft of film-making – Real to Reel: The Craft Film Festival will show an array of films that capture the wonder of craft.
And if you have made a film with a craft connection in the last two years then you could submit a film to Real to Reel.
So get the dates in your diary and let us know how you like your popcorn.
For more information click here.