Working in partnership with Film Hub Wales, Vale Venues is a network of of venues, arts centres and community cinema exhibitors working together to bring the best films to the Vale of Glamorgan.
The Memo is excited to be involved and leading the formation of a new pilot project, which will develop greater awareness of the Vale’s cinema programmes and facilitate audience development for all involved in the project.
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“Bringing the best films to the Vale of Glamorgan”
Vale Venues is an exciting new pilot project which will see the development of a partnership between mixed cinema exhibitors in the Vale of Glamorgan.
Taking inspiration from Off Y Grid, the project was first trialed with Film Hub Wales, in the summer of 2018 at the Barry Weekender. As part of BAFTA Cymru’s Cinemor, the Vale Venues launched shared marketing, alongside a screening of Welsh made film, Human Traffic. The project will be coordinated by the Memo in 2018.
By working together, the network aim to generate greater awareness of each venue’s programme, particulary for rural and community audiences that might not otherwise visit their spaces to watch film. Their main goals are to:
The Vale Venues Coordinator will start with series of ice-breaker projects in 2018, that would provide participating venues with the opportunity to establish workable models, and deliver a film festival in 2019.
The network will explore feasibility for a film festival that encompasses and celebrates film under the theme ‘Discovery’, the Wales’s Government tourism theme 2019. It would include unique cinema events across the venues, spanning from summer to Christmas 2019.
The venues involved in the project include:
All Saints Community Cinema
Bonvilston Community Cinema
For more information about Vale Venues screenings and venues head over to the Facebook page.