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Latest weekend box office
|Rank||9-11 October 2020||Weekend box office/ £||Cumulative box office/ £|
|1||Tenet (Warner Bros)||296,049||16,563,616|
|2||Saint Maud (Studiocanal)||263,433||263,433|
|3||Akira (Natl Amusements UK)||201,124||201,124|
|4||After We Collided (Shear Entertainment)||194,277||3,574,188|
|5||Cats and Dogs: Paws United (Warner Bros)||184,395||715,297|
|6||On the Rocks (A24/Trafalgar Releasing)||75,743||235,380|
|7||The Elfkins (Signature)||52,927||209,331|
|8||Bill and Ted Face the Music (Warner Bros)||47,081||1,188,716|
|9||Onward (Walt Disney)||46,992||7,513,511|
First awards to cinemas from £30 million BFI Culture Recovery Fund welcomed by UK Cinema Association
42 cinemas across England have today been confirmed as the first beneficiaries of the £30 million Culture Recovery Fund established to support independent venues during COViD-19.
The UK Cinema Association has welcomed today's announcement by cinema service company CinemaNext that the UK Digital Funding Partnership (DFP) - the grouping of smaller operators established by Association in 2010 to support the digitisation of smaller cinema operators - has now fully recouped on its VPF funding.