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Members of Cinema For All are invited to discuss to direction of the organisation at our next Annual General Meeting on 12 November at the Showroom/ Workstation at 13.30. Our members are very important to us, so we do hope you are able to make it. The AGM takes place during the Cinema For All Community Cinema Conference weekend (10-12 Nov, Sheffield). Tickets and full programme info can be found  here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/community-cinema-conference-and-film-society-of-the-year-awards-2017-tickets-35041463962

View the Cinema For All 2016-17 Annual Report
View the AGM Agenda
View  the 2016 AGM Minutes 

As there are two vacant positions on the Cinema For All board, we will be holding an election at this year’s AGM. There are three applications from member organisations: Adam Adshead, Billericay Community Cinema, Peter Mitchell, Octagon Films and Sukayna Najmudim , Film Unit.

Read the candidate statements

There are also two proposals this year – one regarding the membership rate for 2018 onwards, and one regarding the Trustee nomination process:

Read the membership rate proposal 
Read the trustee nomination proposal 

In the spirit of inclusiveness and efficiency, Cinema For All would like to invite its members to submit questions to the board in advance of the AGM. Annual General Meetings are a forum for information and discussion of any aspect relevant to the running of Cinema For All and the annual report. The board and staff of Cinema For All are keen to listen to all its members and keep open its lines of communication. Prior submission will allow us to address questions from across the membership within the limited time of the meeting. Board members and staff will also be available after the meeting to discuss any issues that members may wish to raise. Questions should be submitted by email to info@cinemaforall.org.uk by 6 November.

Please get in touch if you have any questions at all and we look forward to seeing you there.

Top Programmed Films 2015/2016

As part of our research we found out which films were screened the most by community cinemas and film societies across the UK in 2015/16.

Once again foreign language films have proven popular in the community exhibitor sector, with Wild TalesTimbuktu and Ida taking the top three spots. British films were also very popular including titles such as Paddington, Suffragette and 45 Years.

Why not take a look to see what other films made the list?

Download the Top Programmed Film List 2015/16