Your Community Cinema
Moviola is a non-profit organisation, bringing the latest and best in cinema across England, Wales & Scotland.
We are the heart of community cinema, helping venues screen an array of films from blockbusters to independent releases and help keep their audiences coming back for more. In 2017, we screened over 2000 shows reaching audiences in excess of 125,000 people from local communities throughout the UK.
Venues choose from our menu of films, which ranges from the cream of British talent (Finding Your Feet, Darkest Hour) and the latest offerings from Hollywood (The Post, The Greatest Showman), to world cinema (Call Me by Your Name, I am not a Witch). We compile our menu three times a year to offer the latest titles. Check our Films page for titles and find out where they are showing on our What’s On page.
Moviola works with community and not-for-profit groups to bring the latest in movie entertainment to the heart of your community. We show films in town halls, village halls, theatres and schools, and we are always keen to get involved with new venues and partners. Please contact us to find out more about becoming a Moviola venue, or check the What’s On page to find out which films are showing near you.
Within our base area of Dorset, Hampshire, Wiltshire and Somerset, we offer communities a complete cinema service – projection equipment, screen, film, tickets, publicity materials and a trained presenter.
For venues further away (or those within our base area which have their own equipment) our Associate Moviola scheme provides programming, film booking and advice services.
As with every month, our programme director, Toby Walkley, curates a title from a vast array of short films especially for Moviola audiences across the UK. Playing exclusively in over 120 Moviola venues for November, we introduce a short by Gemma Wilks entitled...read more
The AGM of the Company and Charity will take place at 12 noon on Wednesday November 14, in the Trim Room, Yetminster Jubilee Hall.read more
A new addition to Moviola's October Cinematheque menu, a list of films comprising of exciting left-of-centre titles, includes Chloe Zhao’s touching tale, The Rider. Based on the real-life story of a young rodeo cowboy, Brady Jandreau, who feels lost in the...read more
A little nudge to any associates and partners (or even anyone with a casual interest), just to let you know you can now sign up to the forums. The Forums were set up after consultation groups were run with fellow Moviola Exhibitors to find a better way to interact and...read more
The Inclusive Cinema website was launched by the BFI supported Film Hub Wales this week. We think this is a fantastic piece of work that is worth its weight in gold for all Moviola Partner & Associate venues. Inclusive Cinema is a resource to get your minds thinking...read more
The Moviola Newsletter went live this week and was sent to inboxes...read more
In a regular feature, we want to let our Partners & Associates know a little bit more about titles we think you should be looking at for your Moviola venues. These can be challenging films that are satisfying and can stimulate debate among your audiences....read more
Here at Moviola, we wanted to pay tribute to Burt Reynolds who passed away on the 6th September, aged 82. The actor of stage and screen, most notable for his early work in television series Gunsmoke (1965) and bona fide classic performances in major feature films as...read more
The big autumn film is The Guernsey L & PPP Society with 198 shows and counting, but look out too for The Happy Prince, On Chesil Beach and, to celebrate its 50th anniversary, Stanley Kubrick's masterpiece 2001: A Space Odyssey.read more