Saffron Screen Celebrates LGBTQ+ Cinema at Rainbow Film Festival

Saffron Screen’s Rainbow Film Festival celebrated LGBTQ+ cinema from around the world this month with a host of special events and screenings.

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🌈Saffron Screen to Host Film Premiere

UK author, speaker and adventurer Sarah Outen MBE unveils her new film Home at Saffron Screen on Sunday 8th September as part of the venue’s Rainbow Film Festival.

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New September/October programme

Please click on the cover below to view and download our new September/October programme:

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Saffron Screen Celebrate 10 Years of National Theatre Live

This autumn, independent cinema Saffron Screen will celebrate 10 Years of NT Live, the National Theatre’s broadcasting service with a special selection of old and new productions on screen.  

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Free Horrible Histories Craft Activities

Saffron Screen will run free craft activities for children before screenings of Horrible Histories: The Movie, showing on the 30th and 31st August and 1st September at 3pm.

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SAFFRON SCREEN TO HOST FIRST EVER RAINBOW FILM FESTIVAL 6th – 16th SEPTEMBER 2019 🌈

From 6th-16th September, the cinema will celebrate LGBTQ+ cinema from around the world with an eclectic mix of outstanding features, short films and documentaries, some of which will be shown for free, some followed by Q&As and others presented with local community groups.

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National Lottery Cinema Day 

Did you know that every time you play the National Lottery, you’re supporting British film as well as giving amazing training and development opportunities to the next generation of British filmmakers? 

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Book now for BRAND NEW Arts on Screen Autumn events

Book now for BRAND NEW Arts on Screen Autumn events.

See award-winning musical Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, which is showing as part of our Rainbow Film Festival in September and also the following brilliant plays; One Man Two Guv’nors featuring an acclaimed performance from James Cordon, the HUGELY popular one woman show that inspired the hit TV series, Fleabag,  Wise Children from multi-award winning director, Emma Rice, Nicholas Hytner’s Midsummer Night’s Dream from The Bridge Theatre and Present Laughter from the Old Vic.

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FREE Craft Activities Before Toy Story 4 & Horrible Histories: The Movie

We will be running free craft activities before screenings of Toy Story 4 & Horrible Histories: The Movie, please see the film pages for more information.

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How much do you know about what’s on your plate?

Saffron Walden Action on Climate Change (SWACC) have teamed up with Saffron Screen to present Eating Animals, a film which has been described as “one of the most important documentaries of our time”.

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