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Week Highlights 14/7 – 20/7

Screening Film selects 5 film events taking place this week that are well worth a watch! 1. Autism Friendly Screening – How to Train Your Dragon 2 – Mon 14th July @ Plaza Community Cinema, LIVERPOOL An autism and disability friendly screening of the brand new DreamWorks film following the adventures of Hiccup and his […]

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In the 4 weeks since the website launched, I’ve been excited to see the pins popping up on the map, revealing an active film culture across the UK. Seeing the first pins in Wales, Scotland, London, Brighton, Nottingham, Birmingham, has felt like watching a strange epidemic spreading across Britain. This week though, something unexpected happened… […]

Cinema Nation radio – building cinema spaces

Last Monday Resonance FM‘s Cinema Nation (Michael from Scalarama) invited me to speak about Screening Film and  the Moston Small Cinema project. Joining Michael was Muffin Hix from the Lost Picture Show – a travelling film events tent that tours festivals. We discussed the importance of screening spaces, the difficulty in finding them, and the […]

An Interview with The British Federation of Film Societies

Kirsten Ed talks to Deborah Parker of The British Federation of Film Societies (BFFS), an organisation that nationally supports the film society and community cinema movement in the UK. Read more to find out what the BFFS is all about, why the internet is important for the local film scene and what Deborah’s ultimate film […]

It began with Townes Van Zandt

My interest in cinema ecology started during my first trip to Berlin in 2008. I was there for a week and keen to find things to do, and so was flicking through a listings magazine. I came to the cinema section. What struck me was how big it was – so many cinemas, each showing […]

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