Community Cinemas

Ashburton Arts

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Bideford Film Society

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Bideford Film Society CIO

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Blackbeam Cinematic

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Blockley Film Club

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Bradford on Avon Film Society

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Bristol Bad Film Club

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C Fylm

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Cheltenham Film Society

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Cinema At The Warehouse

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Cinema for All at West Coker Commemoration Hall

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Come the Revolution

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Common Ground, Dorset

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Dirt In The Gate Movies

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DIY Cinema

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Echo Cornwall

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Exminster Film Club

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Fleet Film

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Frome Branch of the RAFA

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Hall for Gwinear

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Hayle Film Club

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Jersey Film Society

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Kingsbridge Kino

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Mawnan Film Club

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Millbrook Village Hall Charitable Trust

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One Door Cinema Club

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Platform Cinema CIC

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Portsmouth Film Society CIC

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South West Silents

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Stockbridge Community Cinema

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Stroud & District Film Society

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Taunton Film Society

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The Blackmore Film Society

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The Budleigh Film Society

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The Reel and Screen – West Harptree Community Cinema

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The Regal Cinema

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Thornbury Picture House

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Tiverton Film Club

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Trowbridge Town Hall

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Watchet Community Cinema

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Yipp Films Ltd/The Gert Lush

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