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Latest weekend box office
|Rank||18-21 September 2020||Weekend box office/ £||Cumulative box office/ £|
|1||Tenet (Warner Bros)||648,517||14,995,041|
|2||After We Collided (Shear Entertainment)||514,020||2,563,372|
|3||Bill and Ted Face the Music (Warner Bros)||216,790||834,981|
|4||Onward (Walt Disney)||126,355||7,308,920|
|5||The New Mutants (Walt Disney)||93,253||1,474,117|
|6||100% Wolf (Vertigo UK)||89,634||1,281,535|
|7||Unhinged (Altitude Film)||60,113||1,747,401|
|9||Trolls World Tour (Universal)||36,826||882,002|
|10||Schemers (Munro Films)||34,474||34,474|
Cinema First, the industry body charged with the promotion of UK cinemagoing, has today launched #Lovecinema, a nationwide campaign designed to capture the attention of audiences across the country and remind them of the unique experience that only the big screen can offer.
The British Film Institute (BFI) has this week releases guidelines for the £30m Culture Recovery Fund for Independent Cinemas in England, intended to support venues experiencing challenges due to the COVID-19 lockdown.