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Online Programme

With Four Corners currently closed to the public, we're rolling out an online programme to keep in touch during lockdown. 

Four Corners Friday Snapshot 
A fortnightly mailout sharing our top pick of cultural projects offering inspiration during isolation. Join the mailing list here.

Social Media 
Follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook for regular content exploring our archive, community and exhibitions.  

Four Corners Archive 
Our digital archive explores the early history of Four Corners, the Half Moon Photography Workshop and its magazine Camerawork (1976 – 1985). These neighbouring collectives championed film and photography as powerful tools for community activism and political change. Explore the archive here. 

Another Eye Online
Revisit our popular Another Eye exhibition, celebrating the remarkable women who escaped Nazi Persecution and helped to transform photography in Britain.
Visit the virtual exhibition here.

5 June 2020: For Sama: Online Film Screening and Director's Q&A
In association with our Another Eye exhibition, Four Corners is hosting a series of online events exploring the work of women refugee photographers and filmmakers.

We are delighted to begin the series with BAFTA-winning and OSCAR nominated documentary For Sama. Watch the film for free, ahead of an online Q&A with director Waad Al-Kateab. Find out more. 



Important information regarding COVID-19 and Four Corners' temporary closure. 

In response to increasing concerns relating to the spread of COVID-19 (or Coronavirus), and in order to protect the health and well-being of our visitors, staff, participants and volunteers, Four Corners will be closed to the public from  Monday 16 March.  We will continue to monitor the situation closely, and will reopen when it is safe to do so. 

Our Another Eye exhibition is currently closed. Public events  are  postponed and  will be rescheduled later in the year. All face-to-face  training and other activities are also postponed.  We will endeavour to  run our project activities online wherever possible.   

We are taking future bookings for the darkrooms, equipment, studio, gallery and workspace.  Staff are  working remotely and can be contacted via email. For general enquiries please email  info@fourcornersfilm.co.uk. Our digital channels will remain open to ensure audiences are kept up to date. We are working on initiatives to provide exhibition-related content while our gallery is closed. 

Thank you to our audiences, participants and volunteers for your fantastic support, and we hope to see you all again soon.