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1972

Mary Pat Leece, Jo Davis, Ron Peck and Wilf Thust meet at the London International Film School

1973

Four Corners Films formed. 'Where is the Gaiety' filmed Nottinghill adventure playground 

 
1974

Four Corners based at Space Studio, Euston Road 

 
1975

Move to 113-115 Roman Road, Bethnal Green 

 

 
1976

Films 'Railman' and 'On Allotments' completed. Development for film 'Nighthawks' 

 
1977

Cinema and workshop project idea developed. Paul Hallam & Richard Taylor join

1978

'Nighthawk's (dirs. Ron Peck & Paul Hallam) is first openly gay feature film.

1979

Film 'Often During the Day'. 'Mothers and Daughters' & young peoples' workshops. Lis Rhodes joins 

 
1980

'In Front of the Camera' event. Four Corners becomes an ACTT shop.

1981

Dont think So' film and others by young people's workshops. 'Edward Hopper' by Ron Peck. Building work completes and cinema opens 

 
1982

'Purbo London' film by Ruhul Amin. Filming 'Bred and Born'

 
1983

Film 'Bred and Born' completed

 
1984

Films 'Hang on a Minute' by Jo Davis & Liz Rhodes. Workshops for the unwaged films 'Our Friends, our families, our lives' and 'Cohabitation blues'

 
1985

'Is That It?' film by Wilf Thust with young people's group 

 
1986

Film A Kind of English (Ruhul Amin, Richard Taylor, Paul Hallam) screened on Channel 4. 

Black Women Representation season.

 
1987

The Tiger's Milk: Women of Nicaragua, Fiona Mackintosh