Village at the End of the World is out in cinemas this week which means you too can book a screening! This new film by BAFTA-winning director Sarah Gavron (Brick Lane) is a stunning portrait of Niaqornat in North West Greenland, population 59. While the hunters organise to preserve the local fishing economy, the only teenager in town plans his escape.
It’s a film that is sure to strike a chord with small townships and is perfect for community screenings.Book Now »
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World Environment Day is coming up (June 05) and what better occasion to host a screening of Chasing Ice.
SPECIAL OFFER: £50 for community screenings held during the week of 05 June.
Don’t forget to register your event with the UN Environmental Programme - http://www.unep.org/wed/
“Jaw-dropping time-lapse footage pretty much eclipse(s) every other environmental documentary we’ve seen before.” -TIME OUT (Film of the Week)
★★★★ “If any film can convert the climate-change sceptics, Chasing Ice would be it: here, seeing really is believing.” - The Guardian
★★★★ “This Oscar-shortlisted picture is starkly beautiful, alarming and important.” - The TimesBook Now »
OFFER EXTENDED DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND
To celebrate the DVD release of THE SPIRIT OF ‘45, we’re offering a special price for single screening-licenses - book now to show this film in your community for £50
THE SPIRIT OF ‘45 is Ken Loach’s impassioned documentary about how the spirit of unity which buoyed Britain during the war years carried through to create a vision of a fairer, united society.Book a screening »
Eugene Jarecki’s ‘The House I Live In’ presents a fierce critique of America’s so-called ‘War on Drugs’. An absolute triumph in documentary filmmaking, it’s the perfect film to spark up some debate about how we ought to deal with drugs on this side of the pond.
“Perhaps the year’s most important political documentary” – The TelegraphBook Now »