Over 330 UK Cinema Association members and colleagues from across the wider cinema sector gathered this week at the annual UKCA conference in London to consider how the sector might further grow the current cinema-going audience.
The UK Cinema Association (UKCA) has announced plans for its 2020 annual conference, ‘Audiences: growing the big screen experience‘, to be held on Tuesday 3 and Wednesday 4 March at Picturehouse Central, Piccadilly, London.
UK cinemas saw their highest Summer box office returns ever in 2019, latest figures confirm.
The UK Cinema Association has welcomed today's confirmation from BAFTA that it will in future only consider those titles receiving 'meaningful' cinema releases for its prestigious Film Awards.
Latest figures confirm that UK cinema-going enjoyed continued success in June, with admissions numbers up over a third on the same month in 2018.
The UK Cinema Association has today confirmed the next steps on their pioneering Technology Challenge Fund, established to stimulate technological innovation that will allow people with hearing loss to have a more inclusive cinema experience.
The UK Cinema Association - working with partners at the autism charity Dimensions and the BFI Film Audience Network - has today launched training resources for cinemas wishing to offer autism friendly screenings and establish a cinema environment more sympathetic to people with autism.
Almost 400 cinema industry professionals gathered in London this week to discuss the opportunities presented to the sector by exciting new developments in cinema technology.
The UK Cinema Association was very saddened to learn this week that longstanding member Hollywood Cinemas had gone into administration.
The UK Cinema Association has today put tickets on sale for its upcoming conference 'TECH - New horizons for the big screen experience'.