The UK Cinema Association has today published its 2015 Annual Report, looking back on a record-breaking year for the UK sector.
The UK Cinema Association has today issued the following statement regarding the ‘The Screening Room’ proposal currently being discussed in the US.
An exceptional slate and a period of unprecedented ongoing investment in the cinema experience by UK operators saw UK box office hit an all-time high of £1,240,384,119 in 2015.
UK cinemas are looking forward to an incredible ending to what has already been a very strong year for the sector.
The second annual UK Cinema Association conference, 'Engage: Reward: Grow - marketing the big screen experience', proved a major hit with Association members and colleagues from across the industry.
Thomas Dillon has been appointed as the new Chair of the Film Complaints Panel, the industry body established to adjudicate on competition disputes within the UK cinema sector.
The UK Cinema Association today announced details of its upcoming one day conference, Engage | Reward | Grow: Marketing the big screen.
The UK Cinema Association has welcomed the custodial sentence handed down to a prolific film thief in Northern Ireland.
July cinema admissions in the UK saw a continuation of the strong performance that has typified 2015 so far.
June saw admissions almost 30 per cent up on the same month in 2014, confirming that 2015 is on track to be a great year for UK cinema-going.