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NEW INDIAN CINEMA TITLES NOW ON THE BOOKING SCHEME

Eros International is a leading global company in the Indian film entertainment industry, which co-produces, acquires and distributes Indian language films in multiple formats worldwide.

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We are delighted to have been working with Eros International as a distribution partner to bring you more Indian cinema titles to the Booking Scheme.

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There is an eclectic range of stories and genres to choose from for you and your audiences to enjoy, including; CocktailKi & KaBajirao Mastani, Rockstar and Dishoom and many more available from the Booking Scheme. Look out for more recommendations and exciting news from us in the near future.

dishoomBAJIRAO MASTANI

NEW YEAR, NEW FILMS

As 2016 is now well and truly underway, it seems only appropriate to announce a new batch of Booking Scheme film titles for you to consider.

The new selection highlights Cinema For All’s commitment to showcasing wide-ranging and diverse cinema and includes many award-winning and nominated titles such as The Revenant, The Martian, Bridge of Spies, Joy and Cartel Land.

Critically acclaimed ballet theatre documentary Bolshoi Babylon is available now on early window and in March members will have early access to homelessness drama Time Out of Mind and modern warfare ethics film Hyena Road.

As well as the aforementioned Cartel Land and Bolshoi Babylon, we have several more critically acclaimed documentary titles available to book, including Cinema For All Community Cinema Conference favourite My Nazi Legacy, Manakamana, Best of Enemies, Drew: the Man Behind the Poster and, from new Booking Scheme partners Scottish Documentary Institute, the deeply emotional and affecting I Am Breathing and Seven Songs for a Long Life.

We have a trio of documentaries coming your way from the end of January – 3 1⁄2 Minutes, Ten Bullets; The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution; Student Cinema Conference favourite Fresh Dressed – all looking at different aspects of black culture in the United States.

As well as the many new and recent titles, several classic titles find their way onto the Scheme in 2016, including Japanese legend Takeshi Kitano’s classic Dolls, Kikujiro and Hana-bi.

We are very pleased to welcome Eros International, the leading UK distributor of Bollywood film titles, to the Booking Scheme. Titles such as Bol, English Vinglish, Love Aaj Kal, Provoked, and Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-leela offer sights, sounds and voices not previously seen or heard on the Booking Scheme.

We are currently updating the Booking Scheme database to include all new titles, but in the meantime members can download the updated Booking Scheme catalogue PDF here.

The Booking Scheme is open to all Members and Associates with titles available for a flat rate £85. Any Affiliates or Non-Members wishing to take advantage of the titles available can upgrade their Cinema For All membership or join here.