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BFI Neighborhood Cinema Comp...?
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aimee_p


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Joined: Sep 2013
Post: #1
22-01-2015 01:01 PM

Seen this? http://neighbourhoodcinema.org.uk

the British film institute are running a competition to promote local community cinemas (presumably screening their films rather than the latest Disney release ....tho the latter may be a bigger draw...)

It'd be great to bring this to SE23...any one have any bright ideas to create a winning entry?

Perhaps one for the local community groups?

Any ideas? I'm happy to help :-)

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greensleeves


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Joined: May 2014
Post: #2
22-01-2015 01:19 PM

Sounds like a good idea for someone who can run it properly. Local attempts so far have been pretty dire.

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aimee_p


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Post: #3
22-01-2015 02:26 PM

I'm an expert at p*** ups in breweries....no idea about locations or community regulations and rules and stuff though. I'd love to do it on the platform at one tree hill in the summer :-)

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tintin


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Joined: Aug 2013
Post: #4
03-02-2015 06:31 PM

You could talk to the Horniman museum, maybe they'd be willing to do a collaboration? The conservatory would be a great location to do a pop up cinema...and in the summer you could even venture to do an outdoor thing?

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Alice10


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Joined: Feb 2015
Post: #5
09-02-2015 12:58 PM

I really like this idea. I've never organised a cinema before either but I have a contact at the Horniman and I'm happy to have a go at pitching the idea to them, and other venues. I'm not part of a community group but happy to join one. I see there are a few community cinemas already:

http://neighbourhoodcinema.org.uk/find-c...field_lat=

But it appears they are fairly far apart and with infrequent screenings so maybe still room for a new one.

Does anyone fancy meeting for coffee to discuss it?

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aimee_p


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Post: #6
09-02-2015 01:08 PM

Yep! Wed evening any good?

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Alice10


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09-02-2015 01:21 PM

Weds evenings not so good at the moment. The best for me is Thursday evening.

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aimee_p


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09-02-2015 03:25 PM

Cool - anyone else? 7pm? The honor oak pub?

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Alice10


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12-02-2015 04:30 PM

Anyone still up for this? If no replies I'll assume not.

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Alice10


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12-02-2015 07:49 PM

OK as I've heard nothing back I'm assuming no-one's going, so I'm not going! I'm new to communicating via this forum so not sure how it works

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