Cinema For All Community Exhibitor Survey 2016

Date: 24 June 2016Category: News

Cinema For All is once again inviting all film societies and community cinemas in the UK to take part in the Community Exhibitor Survey 2016.

Why are we doing this? It is important for us to gather information on the community cinema sector. By learning more about how you organise and deliver your activities we can better serve your needs and advocate effectively on behalf of the sector. The more data we gather about the fantastic screenings you’ve been putting on throughout the year, the better we can champion your activities at local and national levels. We’ll treat your answers in strict confidence As in previous surveys, your organisations will not be identified in the public report made of the survey findings and your responses will not be made available to anyone outside of Cinema For All (although copies of the final report will be shared widely). How to complete the survey Again this year, for your convenience, the survey can be completed online. Follow this link to complete the survey: We appreciate that you may need several sources of information to complete the survey, and if you are unable to complete the online version, a printable version is available to download here. You can also contact the Cinema For All central office to request a paper copy. Please complete the survey by Friday 19 August 2016 We greatly value your input to this exercise, and if being part of the largest nationwide survey of community exhibition isn’t quite enough incentive, we are offering a prize of 2 free weekend passes to Cinema For All’s Community Cinema Conference 2016 (4-6 November, Sheffield) or a free film booking from the Booking Scheme (excluding MPLC titles), as well as 2 runner up prizes of films and goodies.The winners will be drawn at random at the end of August. If you have any questions or concerns about the survey please feel free to contact us on or call 01142 210314. The results of previous surveys can be found here: We really appreciate you taking the time to take part in the survey.
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