The cross-industry body Cinema First - bringing together cinema operators and film distributors to promote and develop UK cinema-going - is looking to recruit a new independent Chair.
Simultaneous screenings of Dr Seuss' The Grinch at cinemas in Manchester, London, Cardiff, Belfast and Edinburgh have kicked off the 2018 Into Film Festival, the largest free festival of its kind for children and young people in the World.
Peter Hoare, director of the WTW Scott Cinemas chain, is to receive the Exhibition Achievement Award at the 2018 Screen Awards.
Staff from cinemas across the UK and Ireland were formally recognised last week for their work in disrupting and preventing film piracy.
The UK Cinema Association has welcomed the latest conviction of an individual for recording and distributing films from a UK cinema, the second such judgment in a matter of weeks.
The Film & Television Charity has today announced plans to provide financial support to individuals undertaking the newly-established cinema operative apprenticeship.
The UK Cinema Association and autism charity Dimensions have today announced a tender exercise for a digital resource to train cinema staff in the delivery of autism friendly screenings.
A report issued by the Government late last week confirmed the continuing popularity of cinema-going with the British public.
Over two dozen cinema staff from across the UK were rewarded earlier this month for their vigilance in spotting and disrupting attempts to record a film in their cinema.
Hundreds of children and young people gathered in London this week as the winners of the Into Film 2018 Awards - supported by the UK cinema industry - were announced.