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Emergency funding to secure the immediate future of Independent Cinema in the Borders

The Pavilion in Galashiels is among 30 independent cinemas and two touring operators serving communities across Scotland to receive £3.55million from the Scottish Government’s Independent Cinema Recovery and Resilience Fund and The National Lottery, through Screen Scotland. 

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Emergency funding to secure the immediate future of Independent Cinema in Shetland

Mareel is among 30 independent cinemas and two touring operators serving communities across Scotland to receive £3.55million from the Scottish Government’s Independent Cinema Recovery and Resilience Fund and The National Lottery, through Screen Scotland. 

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Emergency funding to secure the immediate future of Independent Cinema in Glasgow

Glasgow Film Theatre is among 30 independent cinemas and two touring operators serving communities across Scotland to receive £3.55million from the Scottish Government’s Independent Cinema Recovery and Resilience Fund and The National Lottery, through Screen Scotland. 

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Emergency funding to secure the immediate future of Independent Cinemas in Edinburgh

The Dominion, Filmhouse Edinburgh and Edinburgh-based touring cinema operators Regional Screen Scotland and the INDY Cinema Group are among 30 independent cinemas and two touring operators serving communities across Scotland to receive £3.55million from the Scottish Government’s Independent Cinema Recovery and Resilience Fund and The National Lottery, through Screen Scotland. 

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Emergency funding to secure the immediate future of Independent Cinemas in Dumfries and Galloway

Annan Lonsdale Cinema, Newton Stewart Cinema and The Robert Burns Centre in Dumfries are among  30  independent cinemas and two touring operators serving communities across Scotland to receive £3.55million  from the Scottish Government’s Independent Cinema Recovery and Resilience Fund and The National Lottery, through Screen Scotland. 

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Emergency funding to secure the immediate future of Independent Cinema on Orkney

The Phoenix Cinema in Kirkwall is among 30 independent cinemas and two touring operators serving communities  across Scotland to receive £3.55million from the Scottish Government’s Independent Cinema Recovery and Resilience Fund and The National Lottery, through Screen Scotland. 

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Emergency funding to secure the immediate future of Scotland’s Independent Cinemas

The Birks Cinema in Aberfeldy, Campbeltown Picture House and Regional Screen Scotland’s mobile cinema, the Screen Machine, are among 30 independent cinemas and two touring operators serving communities across Scotland to receive £3.55million from the Scottish Government’s Independent Cinema Recovery and Resilience Fund and The National Lottery, through Screen Scotland. 

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Further Emergency Support Announced for Scotland’s Screen Sector Workers

Screen Scotland today announces a new Screen Hardship Fund offering support to those experiencing immediate financial hardship due to the loss of income as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.  

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Community Cinemas in Edinburgh and the Lothians Get Set To Roll Into Action

Community groups in Edinburgh and the Lothians are among the 24 projects from the Orkney Isles to Galashiels, to have received support from The National Lottery through Screen Scotland’s Cinema Equipment Fund towards the purchase of new equipment to host accessible community cinema across Scotland.

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Community Cinemas in Perth and Kinross Get Set To Roll Into Action

Two community groups in Perth and Kinross are among the 24 projects from the Orkney Isles to Galashiels, to have received support from The National Lottery through Screen Scotland’s Cinema Equipment Fund towards the purchase of new equipment to host accessible community cinema across Scotland.  

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North East Community Cinemas Get Set To Roll Into Action

Four community groups across Aberdeenshire and Moray are among the 24 projects from the Orkney Isles to Galashiels, to have received support from The National Lottery through Screen Scotland’s Cinema Equipment Fund towards the purchase of new equipment to host accessible community cinema across Scotland. 

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Community Cinemas in Glasgow and East Dunbartonshire Get Set To Roll Into Action

A Glasgow-based travelling yurt cinema group, Glasgow Film Theatre and East Dunbartonshire Council are among 24 projects from the Orkney Isles to Galashiels, to have received support from The National Lottery through Screen Scotland’s Cinema Equipment Fund towards the purchase of new equipment to host accessible community cinema across Scotland.