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NEW CINEMA FOR ALL WEBSITE

Cinema For All has now launched a new website! All the old content including this blog can be found at http://www.cinemaforall.org.uk Advertisements

Films of the Year!

As 2014 winds to a close we take a look back at what has been a fantastic year for the Cinema For All Booking Scheme. With several new distributors joining the scheme and loads of new titles it’s been a bumper year for bookings and we’re hugely grateful to all the film societies and community cinemas […]

Sci-fi on the Booking Scheme!

With the BFI’s new season Sci-fi: Days of Fear and Wonder kicking off this September we’re taking a look at the Sci-fi films available on the Booking Scheme. Sci-fi can be both a vision into the unknown and a filter through which we can view our own world. It’s an inventive and broad genre and […]

What’s your film of the year?

Relaunched last year the Film Society Film of the Year Award celebrates the most popular film among film society and community cinema audiences. Voted for by community exhibitors across the UK the award is presented at our annual Film Society of the Year Awards. We invite all community exhibitors and their audience to nominate their […]

Trouble in Paradise: The Galapagos Affair

Opening in cinemas this Friday, The Galapagos Affair: Satan Came to Eden is an engrossing and mysterious documentary about the ill-fated community that was established on the small island of Floreana in the early 1930s. This strange and lurid tale contains at its heart a mystery that has never been solved. The Galapagos Affair will be available from […]

A New Wave of Booking Scheme Titles

We’re very excited to now have 18 new titles available to book now on the Booking Scheme from our new partnership with New Wave Films! We’ll also be adding two more from them in the coming months, An Episode in the Life of an Iron picker will be available to book from the 14 July […]

Cinema of Childhood – available for a limited time!

The Cinema of Childhood is a special season of films presented by Mark Cousins and Filmhouse. Sparked in large by Cousins’ documentary A Story of Children and Film and the fact that many of the films Cousins featured were either unavailable in the UK or remained rarely seen; Cinema of Childhood is both a celebration of children in world […]