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National Youth Film Festival enjoys successful first yearNovember 11, 2013
The first National Youth Film Festival celebrated its success with a closing ceremony featuring young people's films at Vue Cinema, Leicester Square.Read more
Anchorman 2 stumbles into film theft fightNovember 6, 2013
Legendary news anchorman Rob Burgundy has inadvertently joined the campaign to encourage film-lovers to access legal content as part of the Moments Worth Paying For campaign.Read more
Vue and Picturehouse triumph at Screen AwardsOctober 31, 2013
Vue Entertainment and Picturehouse Cinemas were the category winners at this years Screen Awards, held in central London yesterday evening.Read more
Teens tackle piracy as National Youth Film Festival launchesOctober 18, 2013
The Industry Trust for IP Awareness, in collaboration with Film Nation UK, has created a short film for young people to bring to life the importance of making positive choices when accessing film, TV and video.Read more
Catching Fire joins 'Moments Worth Paying For'October 3, 2013
The Industry Trust for IP Awareness and Lionsgate UK have this week launched a unique trailer for the upcoming movie The Hunger Games: Catching Fire that celebrates the value of great movie moments and addresses the continued challenge posed by piracy.Read more
August cinema admissions hold firmSeptember 24, 2013
Cinema attendance in August held firm in the face of a period of prolonged warm weather, keeping admissions for 2013 just ahead of the same point last year.Read more