The UK Cinema Association has in the last few days published its 2021 Annual Report, covering the work of the organisation during another challenging year for the UK cinema sector.
UK Cinema Association partners with digital identity provider Yoti to ease ‘proof of age’ challenges at cinemas
From today, participating cinemas will accept the Yoti digital ID app, giving young people aged from 13 upwards a safer, more convenient way to prove their age using their smartphone – meaning that important ID documents such as passports can now be left at home. This modern solution will also reduce the challenges many cinemas face in checking ages, as required by the current film classification system.
The UK Cinema Association has strongly criticised today’s Government announcement which will see cinemas in ‘Tier 3’ in England required to remain closed when the national lockdown ends on 2 December.
The UK Cinema Association has welcomed today’s confirmation by the UK Government that cinemas in England will be able to open from 4 July.
The UK Cinema Association has today issued a statement on the current situation with regard to the outbreak of Coronavirus/COVID-19.
The New Year got off to a flying start for UK cinemas, latest admissions figures confirm, with January admissions up over 20 per cent on the same month in 2019.
The acclaimed Writer/Director/Producer Edgar Wright will give the keynote address on the first day of the UK Cinema Association conference 2020, it has been announced.
UK Cinema Association adds its voice to calls for the retention of the Uniform Business Rate in Scotland
The UK Cinema Association has today added its voice to that of 26 other leading Scottish business groups and trade associations in calling on the Scottish Government to retain the Uniform Business Rate (UBR).
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.
This year's Into Film Festival, the 2019 edition of the largest free cinema festival for children and young people in the World, saw the event pass over half a million attendees for the first time.