My Forgotten Favourites: Zine Workshop

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Last event: Saturday 25 June 2022 at 2pm
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Part of: Film Feels Curious: My Forgotten Favourites

Take part in a zine workshop led by artist Charlotte Landrum and film programmer Isobel Harrop to create your own zine inspired by our latest 90s/00s film season My Forgotten Favourites.

Get creative with this workshop, where we will show you how to create a mini zine to celebrate your own Forgotten Favourite films. Learn the basics of zine making; from coming up with an idea to creating content through writing, drawing, and collage. You will come away from the session with a one sheet zine that can be easily photocopied and shared.   

Charlotte Landrum is a Manchester-based filmmaker and artist interested in the kitsch and surreal. She writes the Film Fatale column for Polyester Zine and is the creator of Avant Garbage Zine, a self-made magazine featuring art and writing on cinema. 

Isobel Harrop is the programmer of the My Forgotten Favourites film season, Storyhouse cinema assistant and zine maker, previously founding the University of Sussex Zine Society and tabling at a number of zine fairs. 

This event is part of Film Feels Curious, a UK-wide cinema season, supported by the National Lottery and BFI Film Audience Network. Explore all films and events at 




Approx 120 mins

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