We are feeling cheered about the film world generally, and the British film industry in particular, based on this programme, with six high quality film debuts (four of which are British) and twelve British films in the next two months, things are looking good.Read more →
Saffron Screen’s Polish Film Festival – an insider’s guide…
Saffron Screen’s Polish Film Festival emerged from a discussion in spring 2014 (on the Bartlow Three Counties walk) between our Programming Manager, Rebecca del Tufo, and Gosia Rozmyslowicz who has programmed this festival.READ MORE
Dior and Saffron Screen – Lee Hollins reports
One of our members of staff, Lee Hollins, came to watch Dior and I at Saffron Screen last night. Here’s his report:
Whilst it might have been just another Monday night in Saffron Walden, had there been paparazzi or fashion photographers about they would have captured the glamorous stream of cinema goers leaving the recent showing of ‘Dior & I’.
New programme features Oscar-winners
We have plenty of award nominees and winners to watch this programme, beginning with our recommended film for March, Whiplash. There are terrific films throughout March and April, including Ex Machina, A Most Violent Year, Kingsman, Trash, the eagerly anticipated Selma, The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and Still Alice starring Best Actress Oscar-winner Julianne Moore.READ MORE
Bafta Winning Director To Host Q&A At Saffron Screen
Acclaimed director and BAFTA winner, Bruce Goodison and actor Yasmin Mwanza, will visit Saffron Screen on Monday 14 July following a screening of their film, Leave to Remain.
Tate Modern To Show Matisse Exhibition At Saffron Screen
In the first ever broadcast of an exhibition by the Tate art gallery group, Henri Matisse’s: The Cut Outs will hit the big screen at Saffron Screen on Saturday 7th June.READ MORE
Saffron Screen Celebrates Its 8th Birthday With A New Independent Film
Saffron Screen will celebrate its 8th birthday by screening Irish drama Run & Jump on its opening weekend as a mark of support for outstanding independent cinema.READ MORE
Royal Opera House Sponsor Local Student Film Project
Saffron Screen will next week screen local student film, The Detained, followed by British comedy-drama Son of Rambow in a project that is sponsored by the Royal Opera House Bridge and made in partnership with Saffron Screen and Doko Films.READ MORE