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The Week in Film: Trying to avoid making a Star Wars pun

There’s a healthy dose of horror and exploitation available to see this week, along with a brand new documentary and the odd Oscar-winner

New to Scalarama?

Scalarama is a completely open, inclusive film season – anyone can take part and everyone is welcome. It’s about bringing people together and raising the profile of all the different types of film screenings. There’s a range of titles available to book at low / no cost, a public website with all the listings and […]

Scalarama: Exhibitor’s Guide

    Everything you need to know about taking part in Scalarama…   By taking part in Scalarama, you’ll be able to: Book a wide range of films for reduced terms Get your event listed in nationally-focused publicity Join regional groups to collaborate, organise and produce joint flyers Use the Scalarama brand to engage new […]

I Want To Be A Cinema

If you’ve always dreamed of owning a cinema or fancy your hand at showing films to others – but don’t know where to start – you’ve come to the right place. With vast leaps in technology, cinema is as accessible as ever – but there are still many things to consider before you start warming […]

Awe Inspiring, Terrifying & Fabulous – This Week In Film

What do you get when you add a Neorealist masterpiece, a landmark documentary, a notorious horror classic, one of cinema’s greatest debut features and an eye opening art film double-bill? It’s Manchester based blogger/writer Visavisfim’s Top 5 screening highlights for this week!

Exploring the soft power of film in Nottingham

Thomas Humphrey gives us the background on Nottingham Alternative Film Network, their mission to bring great film to the East Midlands, and how they’re using film to fight xenophobia.

Screening Highlights: Drums, motels, labyrinths and dreams

This week’s picks are by Alberto Serna, Spanish boy living in cosy Rotherhithe, London. Dreams of A Life (2011) 21/04/2015 – 04:30 pm Phoenix East Finchley – 52 High Road, London N2 9PJ In 2006, director Carol Morley found a discarded copy of The Sun on the London Underground. The paper contained the horrific story […]

Screening Highlights – Long distance blade runners and Soviet-Cuban style

A rare screening of Cuban delight, the latest iteration of Ridley Scott’s class ic sci-fi, and a another great documentary from Dogwoof

Screening Highlights: The Passion and the Punks

Moxie McMurder picks her own top events for this week – including vampires, young punks and martyrs, plus a memorable performance from Robert Mitchum.

Farewell to Cornerhouse. Welcome, Home

Moving house always feels odd. What makes a house a Home? A final farewell and a playlist to celebrate the move.

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