Vigilant members of staff from cinemas across the UK were formally recognised last week for their work in disrupting and preventing film piracy.
The National Film and Television School (NFTS) has this week announced the recipients of two scholarships provided in partnership with the UK Cinema Association.
The UK Cinema Association has welcomed the conviction of a Nottinghamshire man accused of illegally recording films at a local cinema and then posting them on the Internet.
Over a dozen frontline cinema staff were rewarded at a special ceremony this week for their efforts in preventing film theft in UK cinemas.
Geoff Greaves, owner and operator of the Merlin Cinemas Chain, is to receive the Exhibition Achievement Award - sponsored by the UK Cinema Association - at this year's Screen Awards.
Some of the UK's best cinemas found themselves in competition today when the shortlist was announced for the 2016 Screen Awards.
The UK Cinema Association has welcomed confirmation that the long-delayed deregulation of screen advertising will now come into effect from 1 April 2016.
The UK Cinema Association joined colleagues from across the industry yesterday, as well as hundreds of children and young people from across the UK, to celebrate the second annual Into Film Awards at London's historic Odeon Leicester Square Cinema.
The UK Cinema Association has today welcomed the stiff prison sentences handed down to a group of men convicted of illegally distributing films online following an investigation by the Federation Against Copyright Theft (FACT). The five, who were jailed for a combined total of 17 years at Wolverhampton Crown Court last week, had formed a so-called [...]
Picturehouse Cinemas' Clare Binns, Odeon Dorchester and Glasgow Film Theatre were the big winners at last night's high profile Screen Awards ceremony.