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Conference Programme Announcement!

Aug 13

Cinema For All is excited to share with you the first confirmed sessions and films for the 2020 Community Cinema Conference (18-20 September). We are pleased to showcase a wide range of stories and voices from within the community cinema sector and beyond, demonstrating the resilience, ingenuity and care at the heart of this wonderful […]

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BEING A TRUSTEE OF CINEMA FOR ALL

Aug 11

We are looking for nominations from our membership for people to stand for the position of Elected Trustee – there are currently 4 positions available. We spoke to some of our wonderful trustees about their experiences and what they enjoy most about being a trustee of Cinema For All.   What is the best thing about being […]

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LIFT – THE COMMUNITY CINEMA RELAUNCH PACKAGE

Aug 5

LIFT THE COMMUNITY CINEMA RELAUNCH PACKAGE FROM CINEMA FOR ALL Cinema For All is delighted and excited to share with you news of Lift – a new package designed especially to help volunteer-run cinemas re-open their doors, safely, affordably and with our specialised support and advice. Following the series of focus groups we held in […]

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ELECTED TRUSTEE VACANCIES

Jul 29

We are looking for nominations from our membership for people to stand for the position of Elected Trustee. The election will be held at this year’s AGM on 20 September which is taking place online via Zoom. There are four positions available. Elected Trustees must be from current, fully paid-up Members of Cinema For All. […]

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Community Cinema Conference 2020

Jul 8

Community Cinema Conference 2020 and the 51st Film Society of the Year Awards 18-20 September, 2020, Online BOOK NOW Join Cinema For All for an exciting weekend celebrating all things community cinema – for the very first time entirely online! Expect workshops, panels, plenty of networking, private links to exclusive film previews, watch parties and the […]

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COMPLETE THE 2019-20 COMMUNITY EXHIBITOR SURVEY

Jun 30

Each year Cinema For All conducts a survey of the community film exhibition sector to gather a wide range of data about the groups that we represent. The survey is extremely important to us, our funders and the work we do to best represent the needs and interests of community cinemas across the UK.  COMPLETE THE […]

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TERRY CLOKE REPORTS BACK FROM KRAKOW INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

Jun 29

Terry Cloke from Ipswich Film Society reports back on his experience on the jury for the 60th Krakow International Film Festival, which took place from 30 May – 7 June 2020. What do you do if you’ve spent the last 12 months organising an international film festival and along comes a pandemic lockdown?  The answer for […]

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FOCUS GROUPS: SUMMARY AND NEXT STEPS

Jun 24

Following the government’s announcement on cinema re-openings, we’d like to share with you the results of our volunteer-led cinema focus groups, which we recently hosted to understand and support community cinemas through their next steps. A key outcome of these sessions revealed that whilst a small number of groups are planning outdoor screenings or drive-ins over […]

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BLACK LIVES MATTER

Jun 18

We’d like to share our response to the Black Lives Matter movement. As an organisation, we remain committed to being better allies to our Black members, Black community cinema organisers and Black audiences. Our first step is to listen, and uplift their voices wherever we can. We recognise racism, inequality and bias within the film […]

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Cinema For All supports Black Lives Matter

Jun 10

As an organisation, we are committed to change and to being better allies to our black members, black community cinema organisers and black audiences. Our first step is to listen and uplift their voices wherever we can. We recognise racism, inequality and bias within the film industry, and want to address that by being an actively anti-racist […]

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