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  • The horror that burns calories…

    A recent study of film viewers undertaken by Brunel University London, one of the UK’s leading research universities, has found that a single viewing of new horror As Above, So Below can burn over 150 calories. It was found that, on average, viewers burnt 154 calories during the film’s play (40 more than an average* […]


  • Tony Benn: Will and Testament – The Town Hall Screening Tour

    Will and Testament is a moving and informative tribute to Tony Benn – political firebrand, prolific diarist, writer, charismatic anti-war campaigner, husband and father. Tony participated extensively in the making of the film, which was completed prior to his death in March 2014. This unique autobiographical film will be released at cinemas from 3rd October […]




  • Secret Cinema – Weekend Cancellations

    Secret Cinema Presents Back to the Future, is our most ambitious production to date out of the 45 large scale productions.  Unfortunately, we have experienced some difficulties and have had to cancel tonight along with the remainder of this first weekend and plan to re-open next Thursday 31 July. We are hugely sorry for what we are sure […]




  • Hitchcock’s East End – Blackmail at Walthamstow Assembly Hall – 25th July

    This year’s Walthamstow Get Together series opens with a screening of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1929 silent film Blackmail at the Walthamstow Assembly Hall. The screening will be accompanied live by the Forest Philharmonic, conducted by Timothy Brock, performing the 2012 score written by Neil Brand, who will also introduce the evening. Based on the play by Charles […]


  • A Celebration of Cinema 1 – 30 September 2014 Across the UK

    Hundreds of diverse events UK-wide put on by a variety of film groups and exhibitors Coming together to celebrate watching films communally during September Showcasing different types of cinema experiences and encouraging adventure in cinema going Bespoke events and publicity material created by regional Scalarama teams in Birmingham, Brighton, Bristol, Edinburgh, Glasgow, London, Manchester, Newcastle […]


  • Pulp: a Film about Life, Death & Supermarkets In Cinemas From 6th June

    Sheffield, 1988, ‘The Day That Never Happened’. Following a disastrous farewell show in their hometown, PULP move to London in search of success. They find fame on the world stage in the 1990’s with anthems including ‘Common People’ and ‘Disco 2000’. 25 years (and 10 million album sales) later, they return to Sheffield for their […]


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