February 26, 09:30am

Rural Community Cinema (closed session)

Richard Booth's Bookshop Cinema, Hay-on-Wye
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We're delighted to host the second annual gathering of Welsh-based rural community cinemas and film societies during the 2017 Borderlines Film Festival, the UK's largest rural film festival.
 

As you all know, running a community cinema or film society can be hugely rewarding, but often involves a lot of hard work. That’s why Film Hub Wales have partnered with Flicks in the Sticks and Moviola to offer this special event which includes an interactive marketing session with Rachael Castell and easy-to-follow marketing and social media advice from fellow exhibitors in Wales (Off Y Grid).
 

Lunch will be included and exhibitors can also book tickets for a special Borderlines preview of The Olive Tree in the beautiful Bookshop Cinema. Please book your tickets online when available and FHW will cover the cost of your ticket*. We advise you to book ASAP, as the capacity of the cinema is 48.
 

Further event details will be announced, including a full schedule for the day.
 

This event and attendance to the Borderlines Film Festival itself, is eligible for bursary supportFHW can cover travel accommodation costs for members to attend. Fill in a form here.
 

If you are not yet a member of FHW, you can join for free here.
 

“The sound session was by far the most useful and engaging community cinema event I've ever attended” - 2016 attendee
 

Find out more how Film Hub Wales supports the Welsh exhibition sector and opens up a world of film for audiences in Wales:

www.filmhubwales.org

www.canolfanffilmcymru.org

/FilmHubWales

*You can invoice us for the cost of your ticket. Just email the invoice to us with your booking confirmation or a copy of your ticket.