Posts reviews and hosts a database of alternative, non mainstream and lower budget films available in the UK.
Brighton Film School
Details the courses offered for the production of motion pictures and film analysis. Contains syllabus, application form, and an exposure calculator.
Promotes British film of all budgets and genres, and includes on-line community features.
British Independent Film Awards
Established to celebrate the merits and achievements of independently funded British films. Includes a list of nominees and winners for the current year, an archive, news, press releases, and information about how to submit.
Forum for discussion on British films.
A national card scheme developed for UK cinemas by the UK Cinema Association for cinema goers with a disability.
Cinema For All
National support and development organisation for community-led cinema: community cinemas, film clubs and societies.
Film magazine with reviews, features and interviews for new cinema and dvd releases.
Curzon Artificial Eye
Film distributor, specialising in independent, foreign-language and art house films for cinema and home entertainment.
Society committed to providing a selection of great films for the community of Dunbar to enjoy on the big screen.
Edinburgh Film Guild
Latest news and details of up and coming events, full listings of films, gallery of stills and details on how to join the guild.
Movie magazine, with breaking movie news, film and DVD reviews, celebrity interviews, and competitions.
Keeping audiences up to date with all film news relevant to the UK.
Allows charities, schools and other organisations to buy a license to show a particular social action film, and to keep the profits from screening it for their own purpose.
The Guardian - Film
Latest news, reviews, comment, interviews and features on film and the world of cinema from the Guardian.
An award winning film and video production company working in TV, promos, drama, corporate video, film, and music video.
Huntley Film Archives
One of the largest independent film libraries in the UK, with a collection of more than 80,000 titles.
Ipswich Film Society
A selection of world cinema is shown supported by programme notes and talks. Films shown on Mondays at Ipswich Film Theatre.
Offering reviews, interviews and news from the independent, arthouse and world cinema sectors.
Little White Lies
Print and digital independent film magazine with interviews, reviews and discussion.
Lost In Film
Film society based in Lostwithiel, south-east Cornwall, screening the best of recent cinema.
Cinema chain formed in 1990 and predominantly operating in small coastal towns.
Moviola helps rural communities to enjoy cinema, working with 60 partners in South and West of England plus 150 associates throughout the UK.
Otley Film Society
A members film society based at the Otley Courthouse and showing selected films once a week. Includes screening times.
Features weekend only screenings, including family friendly films as well as independent and blockbuster releases.
An independent cinema chains with 15 locations in the UK.
Reels on Wheels
Provides a mobile cinema service bringing the latest movies to village halls and community groups.
Rochester Film Society
A not-for-profit film Society run by a group of volunteers, screening films not usually shown at local cinemas – contemporary independent British, American and world cinema as well as documentaries, avant garde and experimental films.
Cinema chain based in Devon, provides links to their 8 cinemas in England.
Mobile cinema serving the Highlands and Islands. Includes tour schedule, programme, and background to the project.
Shadows on the Wall
A UK-based e-zine covering the world of cinema, with news, reviews, listing of festivals and awards winners, and interactive features.
Sight and Sound
Online version of this BFI magazine, has several articles from each hard copy issue. Also includes a fully browse-able archive of their online articles.
Solihull Film Society
Meets monthly September to April. Includes information on programme, membership and news.
SSVC Forces Cinema
Provides big screen entertainment for the UK's Armed Forces and their families.
Swindon Film Society
Shows a wide-ranging programme of international films which would not otherwise be seen locally.
Theatr Mwldan Film Society (TMFS)
An award-winning and non-profit-making registered charity dedicated to screening the best new releases in world cinema, which offers the chance to enjoy many films which would otherwise remain unseen in West Wales.
Topsham Film Society
Volunteer run film theatre providing membership details, news and details of the films being shown.
UCLU Film Society
Award winning student film society producing and appreciating film, based at UCL.
Village Hall Cinemas
Promotes community based cinema projects and community cinemas and showing a film in a village halls.
West Coast Cinemas
Cinemas in Dunoon and Greenock. Film times, general information, and cinema details.