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Saffron Screen Launch Young Film Programmers Group

Local, independent cinema Saffron Screen has just launched a new and exciting Young Film Programmers Group, in a bid to encourage young people to get involved in film.

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Sunday 15 July

Due to the great excitement around the World Cup, if England make it through the semi-final, we plan to replace Sunday’s screening of Show Dogs with a free broadcast of the World Cup final.

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We Need a Van!

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.

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Become an Outreach Van Partner

Local, independent cinema, Saffron Screen, is inviting local businesses to become a sponsorship partner with them for their new Outreach Van.

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Q&A with Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again director Ol Parker

A lucky audience was thrilled on Thursday evening to hear writer-director Ol Parker answer questions after a joyful screening of his film MAMMA MIA! HERE WE GO AGAIN. Ol and his family watched the film together and then Ol discussed the making of the film with best-selling author and screenwriter Jojo Moyes.

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Saffron Screen and Shhh Experience bring Cabaret to the town

Saffron Screen Pop-up and the brilliant Shhh Experience will be bringing a live cabaret show to the Town Hall this Saturday (22nd September) along with a screening of the iconic musical of the same name.

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Saffron Screen offer exciting new Screenwriting and Cinema Courses

Local, Independent cinema Saffron Screen has teamed up with Head of Screenwriting at London Film School Jonathan Hourigan, to create two courses to be held at Saffron Walden County High School.

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