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 →
New initiatives for 2018- 16-30s ticket, capped booking fee & basket facility!
We are delighted to announce that we now (at last) have a basket facility so when you buy tickets online, you can buy for more than one film at a time.READ MORE
Give the Gift of Cinema This Christmas
If you’re looking for the perfect Christmas present, why not consider purchasing Saffron Screen Gift Vouchers or Friends Membership for your nearest and dearest. For £35 per year for an individual (£65 per couple), membership includes 2 free film tickets, a free hot drink at every screening, priority booking for event cinema, discounts at local shops and businesses and a monthly newsletter with all of the latest film news.READ MORE
Saffron Screen Joins Force With Saffron Walden Museum For Cinema For Tinies This Weekend
Saffron Screen’s Cinema for Tinies will this week join force with Saffron Walden Museum for a special screening of Ice Age, the first in the popular animation series which follows a woolly mammoth, a sloth and a sabre-toothed tiger as the try to unite a human baby to its tribe.READ MORE
Local Film Shown With Great Success At Saffron Screen
A whopping £2,180.69 was raised for the Addenbrooke’s Haematology department when a local film was shown at Saffron Screen last week.
Photographer and Littlebury Recorder Lizzie Sanders showed her feature length film comprising historical and contemporary photographs of Littlebury, its villages and inhabitants.READ MORE
This Weekend: Live Pianist Accompanies Classic Silent Movie
Brilliant local pianist Gail Ford will add a live piano accompaniment to Buster Keaton’s classic silent adventure-comedy The General at Saffron Screen THIS Sunday 5th November at 3pm.READ MORE
Wellcome Genome Campus Public Engagement Screening + Panel Discussion
On Wednesday 8th November we will be screening classic science fiction film Gattaca presented by Wellcome Genome Campus Public Engagement as part of the Festival of Social Science. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion, chaired by broadcaster Vivienne Parry of Genomics England, the panel will include experts from Addenbrooke’s Hospital and the Wellcome Genome Campus and there will be plenty of time for audience Q&A.READ MORE