Community outreach is an integral part of Saffron Screen – since 2015 we have screened over 30 films to engage a wide-ranging audience of over 500 people each year.Read more →
Saffron Screen Reaches a Quarter of a Million Film Fans
Last week Saffron Screen, Saffron Walden’s community cinema, welcomed it’s 250,000th customer at a screening of the Oscar nominated film, The Wolf of Wall Street.
The cinema chose to mark the occasion by awarding one lucky customer with a prize.READ MORE
Landmark Q&A at Saffron Screen
Saffron Screen and Trinity Films proudly present the award-winning documentary Plot for Peace. A special preview screening ahead on the film’s release on the 14th March will take place on Sunday 9th March at 8pm and will be followed by a Q&A with the film’s subject Jean-Yves Ollivier (alias ‘Monsieur Jacques’) and director, Carlos Agullo.READ MORE
3D cinema returns to Saffron Screen for New Year
During the first weekend in January (3-6th), 3D will return to Saffron Screen with three outstanding new films.
Disney’s fantastic new animation Frozen will open the weekend. This great big snowy adventure is an enchanting throwback to the classic Disney musicals of old, with memorable songs and gorgeous icy animation.READ MORE
Christmas Holidays at Saffron Screen
This Christmas, Saffron Screen have hung up their stocking and packed it full of films and festive fun for all the family.
With special visits from Father Christmas, Christmas comedy favourite Elf will kick off the holiday programme along with another family Christmas classic, It’s a Wonderful Life, back by popular demand.READ MORE
Renowned British Stars Shine for Q&A at Saffron Screen
Actor Jane Horrocks and Director Dexter Fletcher paid a visit to Saffron Screen last week for an entertaining Q&A and screening of their film Sunshine on Leith.
Jane Horrocks, who rose to fame following celebrated performances in Life is Sweet and The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, introduced the film which has been dubbed the Scottish Mamma Mia!READ MORE
Film critic Mark Kermode praises Saffron Screen
Renowned film critic Mark Kermode has paid homage to Saffron Screen’s projection team and facilities in his new book Hatchet Job.
Hatchet Job: Love Movies, Hate Critics is Kermode’s latest book which addresses the role of the film critic in a digital world.READ MORE