FAN Guidance for Community Cinemas and Non Theatrical Exhibitors

With venues reopening and films coming to the market, the Film Audience Network have compiled a document covering the most important questions, opportunities and considerations for Community Cinemas and theatrical exhibitors if you’re thinking of showing films again soon.

The guidance can be downloaded here.

Featuring advice on planning, programming, audience and volunteer safety, the guidance will be updated as and when conditions change.

If you have any queries about the guidance or information, please contact the team at Film Hub NI who have led on this work.

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