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20th Century Cinema
<p>Monthly film night at the Cube Cinema run by 20th Century Flicks, a video shop for the ages, owned and run by a small but astute band of film fanatics. 3 Richmond Terrace, Clifton, BS8 1AB, Bristol.</p>
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<img class=\alignleft wp-image-1241\" alt=\"logo420x100\" src=\"http://scalarama.com/wp-content/uploads/logo420x100-300x71.jpeg\" width=\"210\" height=\"50\" />\n\nA Nos Amours is dedicated to screening rare
overlooked or especially good films."
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KILL YOU LAST is a self-published zine about action films, spanning the heyday of Stallone and Schwarzenegger, the VHS-era gold of Cannon and Nu Image, the 90s high concept era of Speed and The Rock, to the DTV purgatory of current day Steven Seagal and Jean Claude Van Damme, and the instant-classic that is The Raid.\n\nKILL YOU LAST SCREENING EVENINGS will consist of screening some long-forgotten, obscure, probably straight to VHS gem, accompanied by clips, trailers and other crap.\n\nKILL YOU LAST likes: The films of John Woo 1986 ��� 2000, people diving away from explosions in slow motion, Scott Adkins, VHS, Wrestlers in films, The Raid, 90s hip-hop, Stan Bush\n\nKILL YOU LAST does not like: Star Wars, Lord Of The Rings, chain cinemas, the phrase ���Just turn your brain off�, Len Wiseman, the politics of Chuck Norris, CGI effects with no sense of weight.
BFI African Odysseys
Inspirational films by and about the people of Africa, from archive classics to new cinema.
<p>Satan's Cinema is a monthly film night which occurs in the sizeable back room cinema of the Wenlock & Essex pub on Essex Road, Islington - complete with mirrored ceiling and the best light-up dancefloor in the Islington area.</p>
Brighton & Hove Open Door
Brighton & Hove Open Door offers free access to places in our city and its environs that are usually closed to the public or would charge for admission.\n\nThis once-a-year opportunity sees buildings of all ages, styles and functions open their doors to tours, events and activities that bring local culture and history to life.\n\nBrighton & Hove Open Door is co-ordinated by volunteers at The Regency Town House heritage centre who's expenses are met by the Friends of The Regency Town House and by the The Brunswick Town Charitable Trust.\n\nBrighton & Hove Open Door is a part of the Heritage Open Days celebration of England's architecture that sees over 1,400 organisations and some 40,000 volunteers work to deliver thousands of site openings and events. This programme is managed by the Heritage Open Days National Partnership, comprising, the National Trust, the Civic Voice and The Heritage Alliance, with event overheads funded by English Heritage.
Heritage Open Days - September 1995
Amy Grimehouse is a cinema/arts club night that celebrates trashy, camp, cult and transgressive film, art and books, we marry the feature up with experiential activities, audience participation and generally vile behaviour.
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<img style=\float: left; margin: 0px 15px 15px 0px; cursor: hand; border: 0;\" alt=\"\" src=\"http://scalarama.com/wp-content/uploads/70x70-countdown.gif\" width=\"144\" height=\"108\" />To celebrate Iain Sinclair's 70th birthday
a season of 70 films that have appeared in his novels.\n\n \n\n "
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<p>The White Bus specialise in Film production, Education and Cinema. Apart from our regular Independent Film Screenings, we also programme and organise the Southend-on-Sea and Horror-on-Sea Film Festivals.</p>
Aorta Burst Film Club
<div>Off Mainstream Film Screening Tomfoolery.\n<div id=\id_53124c6d592710a91307626\" style=\"display: inline !important;\">Aorta Burst is a film club. It�۪s a place to come and see films that deserve to be screened
be they near-impossible-to-find forgotten relics of the VHS age
acknowledged cult classics
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or none of these things. Personal analysis abounds with food and drinks. There won�۪t be a test
and you can spread your opinions like so much cheap margarine
nobody will mind.</div>\nThese films are all united by the love I have for them. Aorta Burst
like all of life�۪s greatest achievements
is heavily slanted towards madness and passion. If you haven�۪t got the imagination
you can have some of mine.</div>"
The Atomic Bark! Film Club
ATOMIC BARK! is a multimedia artform-project, created, produced and presented by broadcaster, journalist and artist James DC. It consists of a weekly radio show, monthly film club, social meet-up and film/arts reviews. Atomic Bark! explores science fiction, horror, fantasy, speculative fiction, the uncanny and surrealism, as well as various types of alternative/subversive culture, in all mediums and formats, including literature, cinema, comic-books, art, music, science, philosophy and more, within the Atomic Bark! remit. Click on the tabs at the very top of this page to find more info on these subjects and events.
The Bad Film Club
<p align=\left\">Somewhere between Xanadu and Pearl Harbour amid rubber sharks
Martians and evil leprechauns live Nicko & Joe's Bad Film Club.</p>\n<p align=\"left\">Have you ever been stuck watching a film at the cinema and wanted to laugh out loud at the saccharine sweetness of sappy moment? Wanted to shout
���THAT WOULD NEVER HAPPEN� during any number of films staring Tom Cruise? Felt the urge to throw popcorn at the screen in protest? Well now you can!</p>\n<p align=\"left\">The Bad Film Club has created a place where likeminded folk can gather to celebrate the guilty joy that is a good bad movie and re-create that living room atmosphere of a night in with friends.</p>"
Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival
Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival is an international celebration of the art of film, in the border town of Berwick-upon-Tweed, North East England.\n\nThe Festival returns for its ninth edition from Wednesday 25th to Sunday 29th September to once again transform the town of Berwick into one big cinema screen through film premieres, site-specific installations and live events in locations across Berwick and along the town walls.\n\nOur 2013 programme - North by Northeast - is now live! Go to the Films & Events and Installations pages on our website, www.berwickfilm-artsfest.com, to check out what's in store.\n\nFor live updates and the latest Festival news, befriend us on Facebook & follow us on Twitter. See you in September!
Bijou Electric Empire Forever
A Brighton-based film strand.��Opening in 1911 as Bijou Electric Empire, funded by the BFI as Brighton Film Theatre through the 70s and offering arthouse films and innovative retrospectives, it is now a cinema-themed Burger King...the spirit of Bijou Electric Empire is stirring.
B Movie Fan Club
Our B Movie Fan club, curated by Robin Knowles, has been going from strength to strength.��The B Movies screen on regular monthly Sunday evenings instead of its previous Wednesday eve slot. Tickets remain just �5.
Branchage Festival is an annual boutique cross-arts festival on the island of Jersey, offering an adventurous programme of film, music, art, theatre, poetry, comedy, talks, walks, dinners, educational workshops and much more. There's lots going on.\n\nWith events taking place in some of the most historic and beautiful iconic landmarks of Jersey, Channel Islands, Branchage creates unique and atmospheric experiences in strange and wonderful locations dotted across the island - castles, barns, forts and even a tugboat anchored in St Helier harbour have been converted into pop-up venues for Branchage festival.\n\nPrevious guests include Paloma Faith, British Sea Power, Rob Da Bank, Rodriguez, Bo Ningen, Serafina Steer, Chrome Hoof, to name just a few. The Guardian even called us \the nation's most intrepid film festival.\" Which was nice of them.\n\nThe festival returns in 2014 from September 24th - 28th for 5 days of cultural delights..."
<p> Burning Bridges is about high quality collaboration to solve difficult problems in fundraising, promotion and production for new and out-post tethered art. We work with filmmakers Crispin Glover, Tyler Hubby, WIZ, CS Leigh among others... and we work with art organisations such The Horse Hospital, no-w-here & Threshold Studios.</p>
For artists perennially working on a shoestring, the advent of cheap DV has opened up new dimensions of the imagination. From music videos to gorgeously photographed art films, high-concept gags to experiments in light, video-interactive live work to low-budget features, the moving image is being embraced by the underground as never before. BURN is a place for these sparks to combust.\n\nTrailer\nhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L__vZn9_1gs&list=UUhEf_I8pP_X-9_2EUYS-vgw
Cambridge Film Festival
We have come a long way since 1977 when the Festival was born. Year after year, it has rapidly expanded into a major UK event with a reputation that extends internationally, showcasing over 150 films over the course of 10 days. What makes Cambridge different from other Festivals is that it attracts big names but is nonetheless intimate and approachable. There are no red carpets, no banks of flashbulbs going off, and the chances are the acclaimed director of the much anticipated new film you�۪re about to see is happily hanging out in the bar. CFF showcases the best of recent international festival highlights, previews prestigious films about to be released and uncovers gems from the past. Screenings take place in cinemas, out in the meadows and on the roofs.
Glasgow Film Theatre
Certificate X Cult Film Screenings
ADVENTURES IN SUBTERRANEAN CINEMA: Devoted to all forms of cult cinema exhibition and fandom.Certificate X Cult Film screenings is a sanctuary of cult film. Screening take place in central Manchester locations.
Chapter Arts Centre
Chapter is one of Europe's largest and most dynamic arts centres with cinemas, theatres, exhibition spaces, studios, caf̩, award-winning bars, over 60 cultural workspaces and more!\n\nIf you want to scratch beneath the skin of a performance, watch life-affirming films that lift your spirits and warm your soul, see an exhibition that's thought-provoking, playful and provocative or just linger over coffee in the caf̩ join us at Chapter - we'll make sure you feel welcome.\n\nMae Chapter yn un o ganolfannau celf fwyaf Ewrop. O fewn y gofod deinamig hwn ceir sinem̢u, theatrau, gofodau arddangosfeydd, stiwdios, caffi, siop, bar sydd wedi ennill nifer o wobrau a dros 60 o weithfannau diwylliannol a mwy.\n\nOs ydych am wylio perfformiad gwefreiddiol neu ffilm sy�۪n codi�۪r ysbryd, gweld arddangosfa sy�۪n chwareus ac eto�۪n ysgogol neu os oes chwant paned o goffi hamddenol, yna dewch draw i ymuno ̢ ni yn Chapter ��� bydd croeso cynnes i chwi yma.
Cigarette Burns Cinema
<div>\n<div>Digging through the forgotten, obscure and much loved, often bewildering cinematic escapes of times long gone. Bringing some of the finest cult films to London's cinema screens.</div>\n</div>
Cinema6 is a new neighbourhood cinema for Peckham that will run for six weeks this spring. Transforming a railway arch into a 40 seat screen, Cinema6 will show films four times a week, from classic blockbusters and family films to world cinema and the work of local artists. It will be a place to watch, discuss and learn about film and film making. We�۪re inviting everyone from the area to be involved in choosing which films to show and to bring ideas for creative uses of the cinema space.\n\nCinema6 is being hosted by Arcadia Missa, and will be located in the railway arches between Lyndhurst Way and Bellenden Road.
The Cinema Museum
London�۪s Cinema Museum is devoted to keeping alive the spirit of cinema from the days before the multiplex. Set in historic surroundings in Kennington, close to the Elephant & Castle, the Cinema Museum houses a unique collection of artefacts, memorabilia and equipment that preserves the history and grandeur of cinema from the 1890s to the present day.
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A film night based in Nottingham and centred around the obscure gems and cult classics of the Hollywood New Wave, a movement which spanned from the late 1960�۪s to the early 1980�۪s. We are curated by Christina Newland, a freelance film critic, and Charles Newland, of Notown Productions.\n\nWe love counterculture road movies, anti-hippie vigilantes, second-wave women�۪s libbers, paranoid political thrillers, revisionist westerns, Altman�۪s dreamy weirdness, early Scorsese movies, allegorical Vietnam stories, literal Vietnam stories, sleazy, grimy �۪70s New York, nostalgic teen movies, and��_.white Dodge Challengers.
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Cool Cats' Cafe is a resturant/bar in Camberwell, London that provides a programme of cultural events incluiding art, live music, comedy, spoken word and film. We have a regular film club approximately once a month with free entry.
Cornerhouse is Manchester�۪s international centre for contemporary visual arts and independent film.
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Crap Film Club, or CFC, is a place to celebrate and commiserate with the movies that went straight to DVD. It�۪s where we accept poor scripts, poor acting, poor camera work and provide a platform of non-judgement. In fact, the less critically acclaimed the film, the better. Together, we watch the ridiculous, we enjoy the non-believable, we congratulate the absurd. In association with The Book Club, Crap Film Club is proud to present a bi-monthly night of cinematic failure. We will be showing such notorious titles as TROLL 2 and BIRDEMIC alongside lesser-known but just as (un)worthy efforts for your guilty pleasure. There will be bad dubbing, samurai cops, toe-curling dialogue, CGI sharks, embarrassing sex, inept ninjas, continuity errors, and even the occasional tribute to Jason Statham or Nicolas Cage along with quizzes, prizes, themed cocktails and double-bills.
Creatures of the Night
Regular late night movie screenings at The Hyde Park Picture House, Creatures of the Night celebrates the wicked, wild and wonderfully depraved side of cinema with cult classics, forgotten masterpieces, oddball documentaries and the best worst movies.��CREATURES OF THE NIGHT - SATURDAYS AT 11PM.
The Cube is a Microplex Cinema, Arts venue, adult creche and progressive social wellbeing enterprise in Central Bristol, England. It was formed in 1998 by 4 artists who had no idea what they were getting into. Idealists, amateurs, fools, material positivists, stilt walkers, film directors, screen writers, occultists.
The Cube Microplex was a dream turned into reality. Since it was formed in 1998 by a group of Artists, its all-volunteer staff have helped establish it as a progressive arts cinema and music venue with an international reputation.\n\nDriven by a strong set of ethics The Cube has always been proudly independent of external funding, relying instead on income from the bar and the door. We don't show adverts, our coffee is \feral trade\" and we even make our own brand of cola called (funnily enough) Cube Cola.\n\nIn 2013 our original 15 year lease was coming to an end. After lengthy negotiations and through the extraordinary support of the public and other sources
we were able to raise the full amount to purchase the building. With ownership
the sum of the hard work carried out by volunteers can be directly invested in the building
creative projects and education for our staff. It will enrich the experience of everyone who passes through the doors."
Cult Cinema Sunday
<p>Cult Cinema Sunday features the original, challenging and just plain cool from the world of cult & genre film on the third Sunday of the month - with the perfect mix of themed food and drink, film quiz, raffle and art prints.</p>
Cultivate Film Club
CULTIVATE FILM CLUB is a film club that screens film from around the world every Sunday, designed for film fans who love a wide range of film genres from world cinema to cult indie classics. Cultivate is an academic insight into film.
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Boasting a collection of 3,500+ VHS tapes, that aim is to bring VHS back to the British public. With countless amount of titles still unavailable on DVD, VHS is as relevant and as important to film as ever. So if you can look past picture quality and, at times, poor aspect ratio, then let your mind soak up the many delights that VHS has to offer.
Days Are Numbers
<strong>Days Are Numbers</strong> is an irreverent, insightful and often incendiary blogsite that is dedicated to the best in left-of-centre music and films. Days Are Numbers also has its own film ���n�۪ music night at The Montpelier in Peckham. Held on the last Thursday of every month, it�۪s the best place in town to catch offbeat but always entertaining films and listen to some incredible sounds before and after.
Deptford Film Club
<p>Deptford Film Club screens only the most extraordinarily good films. And that's a fact. </p>
<img style=\float: left; margin: 0px 15px 15px 0px; cursor: hand; border: 0;\" alt=\"\" src=\"http://scalarama.com/wp-content/uploads/quad.jpg\" />\n\n<strong>QUAD</strong> is a cinema
caf̩ bar and workshop on the Market Place in Derby.\n\n \n\n "
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London's only year-round documentary film festival. Bringing outstanding docs to London cinemas to inform, inspire, and satisfy doc-lovers across the capital.
Belfast Film Festival
The Belfast Film Festival's��activities are entertaining and provocative, and in many instances provide an important platform for debate across the religious, social and cultural divides in Northern Ireland.��The presentation of innovative ways to screen film is one of��the festival�۪s specialities; films can be viewed - on a boat in the River Lagan; in beautiful historic buildings like St Anne's Cathedral with live piano accompaniment; in unique audio visual collaborations with local talent such as Duke Special and David Holmes; alongside unique architectural and heritage sites such as a screening of A��Night To Remember by the famous Thompson dry dock which was the Titanic's last point on dry land before it'smaiden voyage.
The Duke Mitchell Film Club
Monthly free cult film night in London, bringing you the best in obscure films since 2007.��Taking place on the last Monday of every month, each night is packed with films, shorts, B-Movie trailers, exploitation soundtracks and everything is introduced by our resident host: The Duke.
Duke of York's Picturehouse
Nobody Ordered Wolves
Nobody Ordered Wolves is an itinerant film screening programme that aims to open up spaces of all kinds for film screenings. We to open up spaces that are little seen, to show moving image that is equally neglected.
Eden Court Cinema
Electric Sheep & Strange Attractor
The online magazine for transgressive cinema.
BFI Essential Experiments
A monthly slot dedicated to experimental cinema.
Everyman Media Ltd
Everyman believes in creating a truly unique and��memorable cinema experience that exceeds expectations��and reaches the highest standards possible in quality,��comfort and entertainment.
The Exploding Head Film Club
Trash or art? Exploitation or innovation? Sacred or sick? Experience 24 truths a second with the heart-thumping, life-enriching, mind-expanding Exploding Head Film Club.
Eyes Wide Open
EYES WIDE OPEN is a series of film screenings that explore the past, present and future of queer cinema.��We have decided to pay special attention to choosing titles that deserve screen time and encourage a healthy discourse afterwards.��To this end we will present each title as a special event, with introduction and post-film discussion where possible. Sometimes this will be with director/cast and other evenings with academics or simply great fans of the work.
<div class=\mhl\">Filmbar70 loves to share the joys of wrongfully obscure trash/class world cinema from the 'golden age' of exploitation.��We have defined the ���golden age�۪ as the 60�۪s
70�۪s and 80�۪s
when cinema went from jazzy cool to grungy grot to trashy fun. From hi brow to lower than low brow
we aim to challenge
confound and brain melt in equal measure.</div>"
FILMBOX Community Cinema
FILMBOX is a fortnightly ���pop-up�۪ community cinema/film club (non-members welcome) based at Langley Park Centre for the Performing Arts, Hawksbrook Lane, South Eden Park Road, Beckenham, Kent, BR3 3BP. We specialise in 'catch-up', World and classic cinema and have two great cinema spaces. 'Not-for-profit' and run by volunteers, FILMBOX offers social cinema for adults and has a cafe/bar for pre-film drinks. We also provide film notes, brief introductions, short films and added value in the shape of members' events, local food tasting and live music. Some events are open to under 16s and families. A Member of the BFFS (awarded 'Commended' Best New Film Society - Sept. 2013) and BAC.
<p>An eclectic jamboree of film which takes over Birmingham every March, Flatpack has been described as 'joyously inventive' by the Guardian and has picked up an enthusiastic national following through its mix of film and live elements and its imaginative use of venues. Flatpack also pops up in other forms throughout the year, including family film tours, archive research projects and pedal-powered screenings.</p>
Forest Row Film Society
Hosting films from September to May in Forest Row Village Hall, we were Film Society of the Year in 2009. Our programme includes new releases, classics, children's films and special events such as silents with live music and long films with dinner.
Science Fiction Theatre
A new London-based science fiction film club dedicated to classic film and television, brought to you by vintage SF specialists The Space Merchants.
The Good, The Bad & The Unseen
A fan run film club that shows the other side of cinema a mixture of old school 60s, 70s, 80s movies, Cult, Trash, Exploitation, Horror, Biker, Giallo's and much much more...we want to take cinema back to the days of double and triple features with old school retro adverts and just basically have fun....
The Genesis Cinema presents ten events of horror, silent film, martial arts, road movies, thrillers, chillers, cult TV shows, a film fair and lots, lots more.
Glasgow Youth Film Festival
Glasgow Youth Film Festival is Scotland�۪s most innovative film festival for young audiences. GYFF runs every February. Part of Glasgow Film Festival.
Goethe-Institut London Cinema
The Goethe-Institut promotes international cultural cooperation by organising a broad variety of events, including film screenings, as a way of presenting German culture abroad. We do this in collaboration with British organisations, festivals, independent cinemas, etc., all over the UK. We have offices in Glasgow and London, where we also have our own fully equipped cinema space. This is where we show retrospectives, curated programmes, special cinema events and screen films from the Goethe-Institut Film Archive. This is a DVD archive located in London and films are available for non-commercial screenings in collaboration with the Goethe-Institut. For more information, please have a look at our online catalogue. The central archive in Germany also holds 35mm prints and Blu-rays. All films are subtitled in English, as well as in several other languages.
At Home with the Ludskis
Granny Ludski, curator, wants it all! We are looking for stimulating moving image art, innovative music, photography, painting, sculpture to challenge her, and compelling performance art, vj�۪s, poets, to keep her awake. Hell we�۪ll even give mimes a go! Just to keep her happy.�ʉ��From dada to grandma the beat goes on��_�۪��If what you do, the Ludskis might like, and it is suitable to the restrictions��of this old, peculiar, haunted, Art deco cinema space, then we want you to send a brief proposal and info on you and your work, with a contact, and we will get back to you.
Gulbenkian is the University of Kent�۪s Arts Centre offering a wide and vibrant range of high quality arts events to the public, staff and students.
How To Become A Cult Leader
<p>HOW TO BECOME A CULT LEADER.<br />\nCelebrating the Sci-Fi , Tropical, 8-bit, Harmonices Mundi Curating monthly events that celebrate Sci-Fi , Tropical, 8-bit, Harmonices Mundi, Fulcanelli, Cyclic Cross at Hendaye, Nikola Tesla, French Cathedrals and Edward Makuka Nkoloso expressed trough visual, film and sonic interpretations. </p>
Over the past few months Finders Keepers Records and Manchester�۪s Dancehouse Theatre have been experimenting with a number of alternative cinema events in their Mancunian hometown attempting to open inquisitive and creative minds to a new world of lost cinema and film music which has seldom, if ever at all, made it to UK theatres in the past. Combining niche genres such as werewolf Hells Angels vs. satanic Aussie biker cults or Czech witchcraft for kids, Finders Keepers has gathered modest audiences in an attempt to bring something unique to fans of alternative cinema while providing a wider perspective to the previously unreleased soundtrack albums we have spent almost a decade remastering and releasing for the loyal global fan base that keeps our cogs turning in these times of uncertain prospects for the independent music, film and art industries. For those who have chose to join us to watch films, listen to our DJs soundtrack collections and drink beer thus far we are very grateful
\Best Film Club in Dublin�- The Irish Times\n���Bizarre
ridiculous and rarely edifying��_not to be goddamn missed� ��� The Small Print\n\nA new kind of cinema community in Dublin
Hollywood Babylon has been providing a resting ground for the most disreputable of pop culture detritus since 2011. Boisterous
drunken and always surprising- alternative Saturday nights that mean you won�۪t wake up broke
full of chips and shame.\n\nHOLLYWOOD BABYLON - CELEBRATING THE DISREPUTABLE"
Holy Smokes! is a Derby based music and art collective. We bring new, interesting and diverse music and art projects to Derby whilst at the same time using unique venues to showcase these performers.
The Horse Hospital
THE HORSE HOSPITAL ARTS VENUE Built originally by James Burton in 1797 as stabling for cabby's sick horses, The Horse Hospital is now an important Grade II listed building which has operated a Not For Profit policy, and provided space for underground and Avant-Garde media since 1993.
Hurstpierpoint Film Society
<img style=\float: left; margin: 0px 15px 15px 0px; cursor: hand; border: 0;\" alt=\"\" src=\"http://scalarama.com/wp-content/uploads/hurst.png\" />\n\n<div>Hurstpierpoint��Film Society is an award winning
not for profit community cinema initiative which was established in 2011 by a group of dedicated film lovers.��The aim of the Film Society is to provide the residents of Hurstpierpoint and the surrounding area with access to a diverse range of the best films available from around the world. These films might be recent films that have not had the exposure they should
or films from the past which have been missed or forgotten.��Films are shown once or twice a month on the��second Friday and��fourth Thursday of the month
depending on the availability of the Players theatre.</div>"
The Hyde Park Picture House
Built in 1914, the Hyde Park Picture House is a beautiful Grade II listed cinema featuring a stunning combination of old school style and 21st century cinematic technology. Imagine the sort of cinema Robocop might hang out in if he went on a date with Audrey Hepburn and you�۪d be roughly right.\n\nWe pride ourselves on having a programme that is exciting, challenging and diverse;\none that combines the best and brightest in contemporary independent and foreign language cinema with special events, live music and one off screenings of classic and cult films.\n\nWhatever your taste, there�۪s always something extraordinary happening at the Hyde Park Picture House.
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I am Dora is a publication and series of screenings that explore how and why women identify with one another.
Inverness Film Fans
Inverness Film Fans (InFiFa) was set up in the summer of 2003 by an independent group with the aim of bringing the best of past and present world cinema to adult audiences in Inverness and the surrounding area. We now work in partnership with Eden Court Cinema where we hold our regular fortnightly screenings and post film discussions.
POST/POP is run by Jed Shepherd who wrote a bunch of horror movies, produced Birdemic 2, has a radio show on 98FM, releases records and can see dead people.
Erotic Film Society
The Erotic Film Society is proud to collaborate with Klubb Super 8 for this year's Scalarama festival. Since it was founded in 1997, Klubb Super 8 (klubbsuper8.com) has presented a smorgasbord of rare and wonderful films in its native Sweden and internationally.
A 30 year old flower!\n\nCome and celebrate James' of savage cinemas 30th birthday with a screening of \night of the hunter\" (his favourite film)\n\nIt's a free event but as he's going to travel America in the new year
donations in the form of American dollars will be happily excepted.\n\nIt's at the Roxy bar and screen on the 21st of September at 8pm."
Kino Klubb is a monthly film club based in Nottingham showing extraordinary films not found in current mainstream cinema.\n\nWe will be showing more unheard of, less prominent films in order to not only give cinema goers an alternative but to give people an opportunity to see some truly fantastic films in a cinema setting.
Kinofilm has been operating pop-up cinema events since 1993. Twenty years later we are still at it with short film screenings known as Kino Shorts and the Aaben Cine Club for our cult movie screenings. Our regular monthly events take place at the Three Minute Theatre in Manchester and the Black Lion in Salford, but we also do other pop-up venues from time to time, from festivals to community events.
In conjunction with the Small Cinema Moston and the lovelockandload online community we bring an evening of European Cult Movie Goodness with a double bill of Italian Giallo films followed by live DJs playing choice soundtrack cuts.
The Kneel Before Zod Video Club of Nottingham Club
<img style=\float: left; margin: 0px 15px 15px 0px; cursor: hand; border: 0;\" alt=\"\" src=\"http://scalarama.com/wp-content/uploads/kbz.png\" />Obscure 'cinema renegades'. Occasionally screening VHS tapes in public places
projecting visuals for live music and hosting film quizzes since November 2010.\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n "
Leamington Underground Cinema
<p>Leamington Underground Cinema is a shady subterranean operation that was conceived in 2011 as a way of bringing the cool, the unusual and the seldom seen of the cinematic world to the attention of the masses.</p>\n<p>Operating from a secret bunker somewhere beneath the unsuspecting town of Leamington Spa ��� LUC has presented a whole load of unique events either in person or via the internet in the last couple of years, culminating in the first Leamington Underground Cinema festival in September 2013.</p>
A magazine about cinema and queers, mainly.
LONO is a new film club based in the UK organising events to highlight emerging cinema in emerging cinemas. Our focus is upon forms of experiential, sensory and hypnotic film.
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Look at Me is a free film club. We specialise in screening classical and postclassical Hollywood cinema. We aim to screen films that we think are rare and under-screened in London. We are currently stationed at the Stag�۪s Head Pub in Hoxton.
Magic Lantern Film Club
We show good films in community spaces and unusual places. Join us around Sheffield for pop up screenings and cinema events.
Magic Lantern Film Club
<div>The big idea: you enjoy a magical evening of film, friends and wonder ��� women in our projects in Uganda are supported in their businesses to earn a living ��� children in their care are healthier, happier and can go to school.��Let the magic lantern transport you to a different world, boarding at a new location for every event.</div>\n<div>The big idea: you enjoy a magical evening of film, friends and wonder ��� women in our projects in Uganda are supported in their businesses to earn a living ��� children in their care are healthier, happier and can go to school.��The Magic Lantern film club seeks to add a touch of enchantment and wonder into your life.\nCinema, with it�۪s potential to illuminate life�۪s possibilities, to point to our origins, and our deepest longings, is the perfect platform to share culture, ideas, and simply have a good old chat.</div>
The Alibi FiIm Club
The Alibi Film Club plays a free, licensed movie every Monday night at 8pm at The Alibi in Dalston
The whole spectrum of celluloid film making represented in themed evenings. Home movies, underground, avant garde, Industrial Documentary, Silent Cinema, Hollywood Gold, exploitation, sexploitaion, all in an eclectic mix.
MicroMacro Film focuses on the combination between film and science, with a special interest in microscopy and outer space.\n\nAnalysing the need of human kind to go beyond limits, MicroMacro is dedicated to the research and the exhibition of archival films alongside contemporary video art.\n\nMicroMacro Film is curated by Giulia Saccogna.
Late night cult film parties for the afterdark people
Minicine is an award-winning independent, underground (both literally and metaphorically), thought provoking community cinema. One that offers home made cake!��Films are screened every fourth Thursday of the month at one of the smallest cinemas in the north of England: The Palace Picturehouse within Leeds Industrial Museum, Armley Mills.\n\nWith a capacity of just 26 seats, Minicine is about bringing a refreshing and intimate cinema experience to West Yorkshire.��In 2012 Minicine received the British Federation of Film Societies Best Programming Award, a validation of the quality of the films offered each month.��Old or new, English language or world cinema, digestibly linear or avent-garde, side splitting hilarity or heart rendering devastation, slow-paced art-house or break-neck cult classic, documentary or narrative, subversively cutting edge or lovably nostalgic; expect all the above and more as Minicine attempts to show��original and innovative films, which often bypass the mainstream multiplexes.��Monthly screenings not only include one main feature film, but are preceded by a selection of short films.
Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery Trust
The Monday Alternative at Tullie House brings a mixture of world cinema, independent, specialist and alternative cinema choices to Carlisle.\n\nOur main seasons see weekly screenings on a Monday night and occasional special screenings.
Mondo Mondays - Lowering the tone of Plymouth Arts Centre since 2012.��The finest purveyors of cult/exploitation/grindhouse/b-movie/trash cinema...oh, and now comedy it would seem!, and now celebrity guests!, y'know what, we don't know what we are any more but darned if we ain't having a blast finding out.\n<div id=\id_52fd25c6727ed6013662608\">MONDO MONDAY is a place where like minded citizens can come and see
for the rock bottom price of �6.50
two (yea...two!) exploitation/b-movie/odd/grindhouse etc movies.��Taking place in the lov-er-lee surroundings of Plymouth Arts Centre.</div>"