Spring is on its way and with it the promise of two Viewing Days – one in the West of the region and one in the East. On Sunday 22 March the Eastern event will be held at Widecombe Social Club, Bath. On Sunday 29 March Lost in Film will host the Western event in Lostwithiel, Cornwall.

See their full programme, find out more about the viewing days and apply on the South West Group’s website here.

The line-up of titles for Cinema for All South West’s Spring Viewings in Bath and Lostwithiel has broken all previous records by featuring no less than three new releases currently, or about to be, screened in cinemas.

Portrait of a Lady on Fire opened only a couple of weeks ago and is already attracting large and enthusiastic audiences on the South West’s art-house circuit. So, the South West Group is delighted to be able to offer Community Cinemas in our area a chance to preview this exceptional Cannes Festival winner. The Spring Viewing line-up also includes the Georgian drama And Then We Danced and System Crasher, a powerful
German movie, both scheduled to open in Bristol’s Watershed cinema later this month. A triple coup for the SW Group!

Details of the full programme of nine new releases to be screened at the Widcombe Social Club, Bath on Sunday 22 March and the six titles lined up for the Cornwall event in Lostwithiel, hosted by Lost in Film the following Sunday 29 th March, are to be found here. Application forms can be downloaded and sent as soon as possible.

Other late news – Rebecca Ellis, a Cinema For All Trustee, is to introduce new Block Bookings title, Rocks, at the Bath event.