CfA South West Autumn Viewings…
….will be held at Trowbridge Town Hall on Sunday 25 November.
More details to follow soon!
ON THE GROUND Launch Event
Saturday 20 October Ivybridge
* Are you thinking about screening films in your community?
* Do you want to develop skills in audience development, programming and screening equipment?
Whether you are a new group looking to start screening films, an existing group in search of some additional support, or an experienced group keen to share your stories and advice to help others, you will be very welcome at the launch of ON THE GROUND – a new face to face support scheme providing regional advice and assistance to community cinemas in Devon and Cornwall.
Practical skills and information workshops will be followed by a special screening of the critically acclaimed film, The Rider.
For more information and to book you place click HERE
Heist Movies for All?
Need some inspiration for titles for your next screening?
CfA SW committee member Ralph Willett has been reflecting on some of this autumn’s new releases and film coming up at the London Film Festival.
You can read his round-up here
CfA Annual Conference & FSoY Awards 2018
Sheffield 7-9 September
Nearly 200 delegates from all parts of Britain made the journey to Sheffield for this year’s Cinema for All conference, and enjoyed two days of discussion sessions and masterclasses as well as chance to see some newly available film releases.
One of the highlights of the weekend was the Film Society of the Year Awards ceremony. As ever, the event demonstrated the exciting variety in the programmes and inventiveness of community cinemas in Britain. This year’s winner of the coveted Engholm Prize for Film Society of the Year was Deptford Cinema from South East London. You can see the full list of all the winners here.
Unusually, there were no SW Group members among the winners! – something we hope will be put right for the 50th FSoY Awards in 2019….
Looking for inspriration for next season’s programme?
CfA SW committee member David Johnson of Lyme Regis Film Society has trawled recent and upcoming film releases to produce a list of “titles of interest” for film societies and community cinemas, including the always-useful-but-sometimes-hard-to-find distributor information.
Click here to view and download a copy.
You’ll find the suggestion lists for previous seasons here
IN BETWEEN voted Best Film at Spring Viewings
By a very narrow margin the Israeli film In Between won the highest audience rating (85%) followed closely by Loving Vincent (84%) and Hotel Salvation (83%).
More details here – scroll down to past viewings