Special Events and Final Places at our Spring Screenings

15 Feb 2024

5 mins
Into Film Spring Screenings Image with dates and Book Now graphic
Into Film Spring Screenings Image with dates and Book Now graphic

Our Spring Screenings programme is fast-approaching, but there's still time to book your places and join us at free film screenings and special events across the UK.

Taking place between 8-28 March, in major cities and smaller towns across the UK, our 2024 programme is our biggest and best spring offering yet, with hundreds of screenings to help educators bring learning to life for 5-19 year olds, including a large number of autism-friendly screenings.

All events are completely free, and while many are already booked up, there are still exciting special events and incredible film screenings with places still available. We've highlighted a few choice recommendations below, or, to see screenings close to you, simply pop your location into the search bar at the top of this page.

Scrapper + Careers Panel Discussion

In Rhyl, in North Wales, we have a special screening of celebrated British film Scrapper, which will be followed by a discussion with a professional filmmaker from the local area, who will speak to the audience about their career.

Scrapper
Screening & Q&A

Special Event: Scrapper Plus a Screen Careers Panel Discussion

Rhyl Town Hall / Wicked Cinema

  • Wheelchair friendly

Following a screening of Scrapper, guests from the screen sector will speak about their careers and take questions from students

Remaining places285

DateWed 20 Mar

Time10:00 - 12:30

Further screenings of Scrapper are taking place in Hamilton in Scotland, Rhyl in Wales, and Coventry, Stroud, Staines, and Worcester in England, as well as in further locations across the UK.

Scrapper
Screening

Scrapper

Vue Hamilton

  • Wheelchair friendly

This warm-hearted and funny British film takes a small story and turns it into something endearing and universal.

Remaining places332

DateWed 13 Mar

Time10:00 - 11:45

Scrapper
Screening

Scrapper

Vue Rhyl

  • Wheelchair friendly

Georgie is a hugely charismatic 12-year-old girl who has found herself living alone after the sudden death of her loving mother. Evading soc

Remaining places110

DateThu 14 Mar

Time10:00 - 11:35

Scrapper
Screening

Scrapper

Showcase Coventry

  • Wheelchair friendly

Georgie is a hugely charismatic 12-year-old girl who has found herself living alone after the sudden death of her loving mother. Evading soc

Remaining places166

DateTue 12 Mar

Time10:00 - 11:35

Scrapper
Screening

Scrapper

Vue Stroud

  • Wheelchair friendly

Georgie is a hugely charismatic 12-year-old girl who has found herself living alone after the sudden death of her loving mother. Evading soc

Remaining places190

DateThu 14 Mar

Time10:00 - 11:35

Scrapper
Screening

Scrapper

Vue Staines

  • Wheelchair friendly

Georgie is a hugely charismatic 12-year-old girl who has found herself living alone after the sudden death of her loving mother. Evading soc

Remaining places207

DateThu 14 Mar

Time10:00 - 11:35

Scrapper
Screening

Scrapper

Vue Worcester

  • Wheelchair friendly

Georgie is a hugely charismatic 12-year-old girl who has found herself living alone after the sudden death of her loving mother. Evading soc

Remaining places173

DateThu 14 Mar

Time10:00 - 11:35

Tish + Careers Panel Discussion

In Cardiff, Wales, we have a screening of biographical film Tish, which explores the work of social documentary photographer Tish Murtha, who dedicated her life to championing working-class communities like the one she grew up in South Shields. The screening will be followed by a discussion with a professional filmmaker from the local area, who will speak to the audience about their career.

Tish
Screening & Talk

Special Event: Tish & Careers Panel

Chapter Arts Centre

  • Wheelchair friendly

This biographical film explores the work of social documentary photographer Tish Murtha who dedicated her life to championing working-class

Remaining places134

DateThu 14 Mar

Time10:00 - 12:15

Origin

Our programme will be kick-started in London with a special pupil premiere of Ava Du Vernay's Origin; a powerful and educational film, adapted from the best-selling novel Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents by Isabel Wilkerson, which sheds new light on the history of racism and chronicles how the hierarchy of human divisions defines lives today.

The special opening event in London is fully booked (although you can join the waiting list!) but there are further screenings of Origin taking place in Bristol, Cardiff, Glasgow and Manchester with spaces available.

Origin
Screening

Special Screening: Origin

Vue Bristol Longwell Green

  • Wheelchair friendly

the film builds an enriching, eye-opening and empathetic case of how to combat racism and prejudice in the modern world.

Remaining places238

DateTue 12 Mar

Time10:00 - 12:30

Origin
Screening

Special Screening: Origin

Vue Cardiff

  • Wheelchair friendly

the film builds an enriching, eye-opening and empathetic case of how to combat racism and prejudice in the modern world.

Remaining places200

DateTue 12 Mar

Time10:00 - 12:30

Origin
Screening

Special Screening: Origin

Vue Glasgow Fort

  • Wheelchair friendly

The film builds an enriching, eye-opening and empathetic case of how to combat racism and prejudice in the modern world.

Remaining places267

DateThu 14 Mar

Time10:00 - 12:30

Origin
Screening

Special Screening: Origin

Vue Manchester Printworks

  • Wheelchair friendly

The film builds an enriching, eye-opening and empathetic case of how to combat racism and prejudice in the modern world.

Remaining places229

DateWed 13 Mar

Time10:00 - 12:30

Robot Dreams

Robot Dreams is a vibrant, dialogue-free and recently Oscar-nominated feature animation which boasts sophisticated and emotional storytelling about the complexities of friendship and how relationships can evolve. 

You can book to see Robot Dreams in Devon and Exeter in England, in Dumfries and Galloway and Campbelltown in Scotland, and Cardiff in Wales.

Robot Dreams
Screening

Robot Dreams + 15min Recorded Q&A with the filmmakers

The Watermark

  • Wheelchair friendly

In a world inhabited only by animals lives Dog, a lonely canine who spends his days watching TV and eating alone in his New York apartment.

Remaining places151

DateThu 21 Mar

Time10:00 - 11:50

Robot Dreams
Screening

Robot Dreams + 15min Recorded Q&A with the filmmakers

Exeter Phoenix

  • Wheelchair friendly

In a world inhabited only by animals lives Dog, a lonely canine who spends his days watching TV and eating alone in his New York apartment.

Remaining places0

DateWed 13 Mar

Time10:00 - 11:50

Robot Dreams
Screening

Robot Dreams + 15min recorded Q&A with the filmmakers

The Ryan Centre Stranraer

  • Wheelchair friendly

In a world inhabited only by animals lives Dog, a lonely canine who spends his days watching TV and eating alone in his New York apartment.

Remaining places161

DateThu 14 Mar

Time13:00 - 14:50

Robot Dreams
Screening

Robot Dreams (Autism Friendly) + 15min Post Film Q&A with Filmakers

Campbeltown Picture House

  • Wheelchair friendly
  • Autism friendly

In a world inhabited only by animals lives Dog, a lonely canine who spends his days watching TV and eating alone in his New York apartment.

Remaining places125

DateFri 15 Mar

Time10:00 - 11:50

Robot Dreams
Screening

Robot Dreams (Austism Friendly) Robot Dreams (Autism Friendly) + 15min Post Film Q&A with Filmakers

Chapter Arts Centre

  • Wheelchair friendly
  • Autism friendly

In a world inhabited only by animals lives Dog, a lonely canine who spends his days watching TV and eating alone in his New York apartment.

Remaining places0

DateWed 13 Mar

Time10:00 - 11:50

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem

This recent adaptation of the popular franchise adopts a unique and stunning animation style to tell a vibrant and chaotic story of brotherly love and acceptance, and is the first to cast actual teenagers in the main voice roles.

You can book to see Teenage Mutant Nina Turtles: Mutant Mayhem in County Down in Northern Ireland; Conwy, Rhyl, and Gwynedd in North Wales, and Carmarthen in the South; as well as Ambleside, Chippenham, Goole, Fareham, Hull, and Swanage in England, as well as in further locations across the UK.

Teenage Mutant Nina Turtles - Mutant Mayhem
Screening

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Autism Friendly)

Portico Ards & Heritage Centre

  • Wheelchair friendly

Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael and Donatello are four teenage brothers who live in the sewers of New York City with their father, sheltered

Remaining places190

DateTue 12 Mar

Time13:00 - 14:55

Teenage Mutant Nina Turtles - Mutant Mayhem
Screening

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

TAPE

  • Wheelchair friendly

Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael and Donatello are four teenage brothers who live in the sewers of New York City with their father, sheltered

Remaining places9

DateFri 22 Mar

Time10:00 - 11:55

Teenage Mutant Nina Turtles - Mutant Mayhem
Screening

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Autism Friendly)

Rhyl Town Hall / Wicked Cinema

  • Wheelchair friendly
  • Autism friendly

Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael and Donatello are four teenage brothers who live in the sewers of New York City with their father, sheltered

Remaining places200

DateThu 21 Mar

Time13:00 - 14:55

Teenage Mutant Nina Turtles - Mutant Mayhem
Screening

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Magic Lantern Cinema

  • Wheelchair friendly
  • Audio description
  • Subtitles

Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael and Donatello are four teenage brothers who live in the sewers of New York City with their father, sheltered

Remaining places39

DateThu 14 Mar

Time10:00 - 11:55

Teenage Mutant Nina Turtles - Mutant Mayhem
Screening

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Zeffirellis

  • Wheelchair friendly
  • Audio description
  • Subtitles

Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael and Donatello are four teenage brothers who live in the sewers of New York City with their father, sheltered

Remaining places141

DateTue 12 Mar

Time10:00 - 11:55

Teenage Mutant Nina Turtles - Mutant Mayhem
Screening

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Reel Cinema Chippenham

  • Wheelchair friendly

Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael and Donatello are four teenage brothers who live in the sewers of New York City with their father, sheltered

Remaining places109

DateTue 19 Mar

Time10:00 - 11:55

Teenage Mutant Nina Turtles - Mutant Mayhem
Screening

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Junction Goole Town Council

  • Wheelchair friendly
  • Audio description
  • Subtitles

Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael and Donatello are four teenage brothers who live in the sewers of New York City with their father, sheltered

Remaining places147

DateTue 19 Mar

Time10:00 - 11:55

Teenage Mutant Nina Turtles - Mutant Mayhem
Screening

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Reel Cinema Fareham

  • Wheelchair friendly

Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael and Donatello are four teenage brothers who live in the sewers of New York City with their father, sheltered

Remaining places198

DateTue 12 Mar

Time10:00 - 11:55

Teenage Mutant Nina Turtles - Mutant Mayhem
Screening

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Vue Hull

  • Wheelchair friendly
  • Audio description
  • Subtitles

This new adaptation adopts a unique animation style to tell its chaotic story of brotherly love and acceptance.

Remaining places160

DateTue 12 Mar

Time10:00 - 11:45

Teenage Mutant Nina Turtles - Mutant Mayhem
Screening

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

The Mowlem Theatre

  • Wheelchair friendly
  • Audio description
  • Subtitles

Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael and Donatello are four teenage brothers who live in the sewers of New York City with their father, sheltered

Remaining places160

DateTue 12 Mar

Time10:00 - 11:55

And if those titles don't take your fancy, or those locations aren't convenient, then remember that the above is just a small selection - there are hundreds more screenings across the UK with availability left, including screenings of adorable animation Marcel the Shell with Shoes On, women's football documentary Copa '71, and The Canterville Ghost, a delightfully rambunctious animated version of the classic Oscar Wilde story.

Organise your own cinema trip

If you're unable to attend our Spring Screenings programme, or would like to make a booking enquiry outside of our regularly scheduled programmes, we can help! We can put you in touch with the right people at your local cinema to help you organise your own cinema trip for your school, at any time of year.

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