Single title screening Licenceis needed each time we show a film in public, regardless of whether an entry fee is charged. This also applies to other Hall users, eg. Children’s parties. There are two options:
1. Cinema for All booking scheme Hire a DVD from a library of 800 films, pay for a screening licence and return postage @ £85 total per screening. We have joined Cinema for All as associate members @ £47.50 for year one. This charge has now increased to £65 for year one.
2. Buy a DVD from Amazon (say) and pay for a single title screening licence from the film distributors, eg. FilmBankMedia Library of 1000 films. A joining fee of £150 is charged, which is waived for Cinema for All members, and is returnable if a community cinema ceases operating. We applied for a screening licence for Lion (2016 PG) for 20th January 2018, at a cost of £83 plus VAT= £100 or 35% of the box office takings, whichever is greater. Motion picture Licensing Company have suggested the following films to us from their library: Moana Good Morning Vietnam Scream Hocus Pocus The Legend of Sleepy Hollow Frankenweenie Bedknobs and Broomsticks The Nightmare Before Christmas Wall E Beauty and the Beast (2017) Inside Out Finding Dory Frozen Zootropolis Leon The Jungle Book (2016) Toy Story The Princess Diaries Peter Pan The Muppet Christmas Carol Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe