Cinema venues across the UK will on Saturday 2 September come together once again to celebrate cinema and cinema-going under the banner of National Cinema Day.
The UK cinema sector has reacted to the cinema-going public's astonishing response over the weekend to the release of the films Barbie and Oppenheimer.
Box office figures just released by Comscore Movies confirm that 2022 saw UK cinemas achieve a further strong recovery, posting almost a 62 per cent increase on comparable figures for 2021.
Over 200 cinemas across the UK will screen special sing-a-long previews of 'Roald Dahl's Matilda the Musical' on Saturday 17 December in support of the charity MediCinema.
The 2022 Big Screen Awards - presented at a high profile ceremony in London this week - saw UK cinemas and key figures within the industry dominate the evening.
UK cinemas participating in yesterday’s National Cinema Day have reported record-breaking admissions at their venues.
UK Cinema Association announces support for two new scholarships at the National Film and Television School
The National Film and Television School and the UK Cinema Association are pleased to announce a renewed commitment from the UKCA to support two new scholarships for students wishing to join the School’s popular Marketing, Distribution, Sales and Exhibition (MDSE) MA.
The recovery of the UK cinema sector post-pandemic reached another milestone over the weekend, as UK box office for 2022 surpassed that of 2021, with five months of the year still to go.
A study released this week by the UK Government's Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) has confirmed that there is no significant risk of COVID transmission in the cinema environment.
UPDATED: Latest figures from industry data company Comscore confirm the ongoing recovery of the cinema sector, with UK box office revenues 88 per cent up on the previous year.