Currently producing—

I’m currently in ⚲ Belfast

 I’m the Young Audiences Coordinator at Queen's Film Theatre

 I’m researching a PhD, part-time at the School of Natural and Built Environment at Queen’s University on spaces for cinema and their futures.

 I’m producing cinema events and films with New Notions.

 I’m a Young Consultant for British Film Institute’s Film Audience Network.


Project Showcase—NEW NOTIONS

It’s an experiment—a story production studio. I founded New Notions in 2016, since then have launched;
 a pop-up cinema
 a feature length film
+  more soon

Heck, let’s see

I write articles on cinema on Medium here .


Aaron Guthrie graduated from Film & Television Production BA at University of Westminster, London. He’s originally from Donegal, Ireland.

He founded and is currently producing New Notions— a production company creating factual stories and cinema events.

He produced Boat Builders a feature length documentary based on characters and archive film of Belfast’s shipyards funded by Northern Ireland Screen.

He’s currently advising the development of a yearly conference on cinema exhibition This Way Up in Liverpool 2018 and its forthcoming December 2019 edition.

At This Way Up 2018, he gave a talk about changing cinema audience behaviour illustrated with a landmark example of behaviour change—when cars entered our city streets.

His current interests are investigating ideas of impact through documentary film, cultivating new audiences + data.

Aaron is a member of Centre for Documentary Research at Queen’s University, Belfast.