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UTØYA-JULY 22 SCREENING OPPORTUNITY

Oct 12

Modern Films are offering you the opportunity to screen Utøya-July 22 at the same time as it’s theatrical release, from 26 October 2018! The specifications are that you must screen the film 5 times and the licence for each screening is offered at £100 minimum guarantee vs 35% of your box office. You can get access […]

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Oska Bright Shorts

Oct 8

Oska Bright Film Festival have released an exciting programme of shorts available to hire by community cinemas! They want to change the way people see cinema by showing bold, different stories, from unheard voices, from across the world. This year’s themes include Queer Freedom, Animations and Dreams and you can hire individual shorts, or screening packages. Find […]

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Cinema For All – On the Ground Launch Event

Sep 14

The Clay Factory, Ivybridge Saturday 20 October, 1 – 6:30pm Do you want to start screening films in your community? Are you already screening films? Want to develop skills in audience development, programming and screening equipment? Join Cinema For All for the launch of On the Ground – a new face to face support scheme […]

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LAUNCHPAD BACK TO SCHOOL – APPLY NOW

Are you thinking of setting up your own community cinema? Application for our Launchpad Back to School support scheme is now open! This BFI funded programme helps brand new groups get through those first few tricky months. Launchpad Back to School provides new groups with intensive coaching in a range of areas from equipment guidance […]

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2018 FILM SOCIETY OF THE YEAR AWARDS PHOTOS

Sep 13

Saturday 8 September marked the 49th Film Society of the Year Awards! Film societies and community cinemas from across the UK and beyond gathered at the Showroom Cinema in Sheffield for the ceremony, which took place during the 2018 Community Cinema Conference. This year’s awards were presented by Cinema For All Chief Executive Deborah Parker […]

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2018 FILM SOCIETY OF THE YEAR AWARD WINNERS

Sep 10

Congratulations to all of the winners of this year’s Film Society of the Year Awards! We had a fantastic time and came away from the awards feeling so inspired by each and every one of you!   Here is the full list of this year’s winners:   Dr Shaw Award for Best New Society Sinema […]

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VOTE 100: BORN A REBEL TRAILER

Aug 23

We are so excited and proud to release the official trailer for Vote 100: Born a Rebel! The film, made up of footage from the Yorkshire, North East and North West Film Archives, was made in response to the lack of women’s voices in the archives. Stories of rebellion. Stories of bravery. Stories of women […]

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FAREWELL TO MARK

Aug 22

We’re very sad to see our Finance and Admin Coordinator, Mark, move onto pastures new. Mark has been with us for 3 years and has been the main point of contact for your film bookings in that time. Mark is moving onto the Abbeydale Picturehouse to become their Venue Coordinator, which is a great fit […]

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VOTE 100: BORN A REBEL

We are so excited to launch our new project, Vote 100: Born A Rebel.  Vote 100: Born a Rebel is our newly commissioned short film made up of wonderful footage from the Yorkshire, North East and North West Film Archives. The film was made to celebrate 100 years of women’s suffrage, and to show important footage of women throughout history. When we were […]

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2017-18 Annual Report and AGM Materials

Aug 20

Cinema For All is proud to share with you the 2017-2018 Annual Report. The report is a comprehensive review of Cinema For All’s activities, finances and achievements during the 2017-18 financial year. View the Cinema For All 2017-18 Annual Report (financial reports can be found on pages 39-50) Members of Cinema For All are invited […]

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