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Community Screen Scheme spreads cinema love across London

Parks, galleries, pubs and community centres across the capital are set to shine with movie magic, thanks to the first round of projects supported by Film Hub London’s Community Screen Scheme. The community spirit is also heading to a multiplex near you as a result of a groundbreaking partnership with Vue Entertainment.

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Created on April 14th, 2014. Last updated on April 14th, 2014.

Over 100 members help officially launch Film Hub London

Representatives from across London’s film industry gathered at the ICA last night to help officially launch Film Hub London – a city-wide initiative that brings together film exhibitors across the capital to better serve its diverse population.

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Created on April 14th, 2014. Last updated on April 14th, 2014.

Introducing Clarus XC

From breathtaking 2D through to its spectacular performance in 3D, Clarus XC the new revolutionary screen technology from Harkness Screens allows cinema exhibitors to dramatically improve cinema presentation.

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Created on April 14th, 2014. Last updated on April 14th, 2014.

Experience Cinema launches ‘Cine Gigs’

Ever wondered what it would be like to see some of the greatest live performances on the cinema screen? Well, back by popular demand, the all standing, gig-tastic, lighter waving Cine-Gigs returns to London with a film and music experience like no other.

The Cine-Gig Tour kicks off on the 10th May at the renowned O2 Academy Islington with a very special concert style screening of the legendary Hungarian Rhapsody – Queen Live In Budapest ’86 and with a rock star after party hosted by Club De Fromage, we guarantee to keep you rocking into the early hours.

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Created on April 14th, 2014. Last updated on April 14th, 2014.

City faces £200,000 wages bill for staff after pulling out of cinema

A COUNCIL may have to pay £200,000 over the next decade for three people that it no longer employs.

 

The Hull Council workers transferred to Reel Cinema when the council switched venues for screening independent and foreign films from the central library five years ago.

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Created on April 13th, 2014. Last updated on April 13th, 2014.

Vue cinema plan for Corby delayed

Corby councillors have postponed making a decision on plans for a £10m Vue cinema complex after taking independent legal advice.

 

The move follows concerns raised by Mulberry Developments over the impact the eight-screen complex, planned for Elizabeth Street, would have on its Savoy cinema being built in George Street.

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Created on April 13th, 2014. Last updated on April 13th, 2014.

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