Broadway

Notice Board

Mon 25 Jul

Customer Notice - Indie Summer Sale Correction

On the diary page of the August brochure Rams is INCORRECTLY listed as screening from Monday 15 - Thursday 18 August. The film showing in these slots will be Anomalisa.

We are sorry for any inconvenience caused.

Many thanks,

The team at Broadway.

Fri 22 Jul

Customer notice: web sales disruption

We are currently installing a brand new box office system. We are working hard to minimise disruption to our service. We expect web sales to be down from 12NOON on Sunday 24 July.

We will do our best to get the system back up and running as soon as possible. If you would like to make a booking in the meantime, you can contact our box office on the phone at 0115 952 6611, or you can come and see us in person. Our box office will be open at the following times in the next few days:

SUNDAY 10AM – 8.45PM

MONDAY – WEDNESDAY 9AM – 8.45PM

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. If you have any concerns or need assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us at 0115 952 6611.

Many thanks,

The team at Broadway.

Wed 20 Jul

Win goodies with CHEVALIER and StudioCanal

Hate sport? Bad at boardgames? We’ve got just the competition for you!

In Chevalier, good sportsmanship goes out the window as a group of men go to increasingly absurd lengths to prove that it is he who is the ‘best in general’.

We want to know what everyday skill singles you out as the best in general. Great at lighting BBQs, the prince of parallel parking? Tell us what makes you the best in general to win a StudioCanal DVD bundle, poster and the infinite glory of being crowned the best in general.

To enter, simply send your extraordinary skill to competition@broadway.org.uk with the subject ‘Chevalier’.

The deadline for this competition will be Thursday 4 August at midnight.

To book your ticket to Chevalier, click here.

Thu 14 Jul

Win goodies with THE BFG and Entertainment One

To celebrate the release of the magical and delightful The BFG, we have some goodies to give away, courtesy of our friends at Entertainment One. (See below for details)

To enter, simply email the answer to the question below to competition@broadway.org.uk with the subject ‘The BFG’.

What is the name of the little girl in The BFG?

The deadline for this competition will be midnight on Thursday 4 August.

To book tickets to see this exciting tale, click here.

Mon 11 Jul

Customer Notice - Ghostbusters Screening Cancellation Sunday 17 July

We are sorry that the 12:15PM screening on Sunday 17 July has been cancelled.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Many thanks,

The team at Broadway.

Mon 11 Jul

New film talent selects Broadway’s first Playlist on the BFI Player

Three up and coming young filmmakers from Broadway’s most recent BFI Film Academy course have had the unique opportunity to hand-pick films for the BFI’s (British Film Institute’s) video on-demand service, BFI Player. Alice Featherstone, Ross Lowton and Ynez Myers selected nine films to share with audiences around the country in Broadway’s very first Playlist on the BFI Player.

The three also star on the BFI Player in a short film introducing their selection, which includes 2015 releases Tangerine, Bill, The Lobster and Nightcrawler, as well as classics such as The Madness of the Heart and Sunshine in Soho; films they say they find inspiring, thrilling, touching and funny.

The films form Broadway’s first Playlist on the BFI Player, with the cinema having been chosen to curate a selection of the best global cinema available from the BFI Player library every few months. The Playlists will allow Broadway’s trusted curation to travel beyond its Nottingham venue, giving more people locally, regionally and nationally a chance to discover films that Broadway champions.

Broadway’s Playlist is available to view and enjoy at http://player.bfi.org.uk/playlists/broadway/

Applications are now open for Broadway’s fifth BFI Film Academy course, a three-month training programme for 16-19-year-olds looking to take their first steps in the film industry. For more information, please visit http://www.broadway.org.uk/filmacademy

Thu 07 Jul

Mayhem launches new website, call for short films and Early Bird passes

Preparations are underway for Mayhem Film Festival, and whilst submissions have just opened for the popular Scary Shorts programme, Early Bird passes are now available to purchase for the festival’s 12th edition.

Early Bird passes allow access to the full festival, which will take place at Broadway, Nottingham on 13-16 October 2016. The passes are available for a limited period of time and cost just £60 for four days of exciting previews, special guests and events, showcasing the best horror, sci-fi and cult features and shorts from around the world. To purchase an Early Bird pass, please visit http://bit.ly/EarlyBirds16or contact the Broadway box office on 0115 952 6611.

Mayhem originally started as a single compilation of short films, and the Scary Shorts remains the most loved and one of the most popular screenings in the festival’s schedule. There is no fee for submissions, and programmers for the festival are accepting local, national and international entries.

Filmmakers can submit their entry for free until midnight on Friday 19 August. To submit your short film, please email Melissa Gueneau at mayhemfilmfest@gmail.com

Mayhem Film Festival has also just launched a brand new website – a platform offering easy access to essential information about the festival’s upcoming edition, as well as its history and legacy. The new site is part of the festival’s ongoing efforts to improve the customer experience, by creating an easy-to-navigate space to find out key information about the festival and its programme, as well as book tickets and passes for upcoming events. You can visit the new Mayhem Film Festival website at http://www.mayhemfilmfestival.com

Mayhem Film Festival will take place at Broadway, Nottingham on 13-16 October 2016.

Thu 07 Jul

Win goodies with THE NEON DEMON and Icon

To celebrate the release of the jaw-dropping and mesmerising The Neon Demon, we have some goodies to give away, courtesy of our friends at Icon, including a t-shirt and a compact mirror.

To enter, simply email the answer to the question below to competition@broadway.org.uk with the subject ‘The Neon Demon’.

THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED.

Tue 05 Jul

Would You Like To Take Part In A University Of Nottingham Focus Group?

Dr Liz Evans is currently doing research for a project around how people understand their 'engagement' with screen content including film, television, videogames and web video. She will be asking questions like: what do you think 'being engaged' with a story means? What kind of content would you describe as 'engaging'? Is film more 'engaging' than television? Are films more 'engaging' in the cinema? Is being 'engaged' always a good thing? The results will form a book that will hopefully help people who make film, television and games and cinemas like Broadway create better experiences for their audiences. She is planning on holding some focus group during the week commencing 18th July and would love to talk to you. If you would like to take part, please email Liz on elizabeth.evans@nottingham.ac.uk

Tue 05 Jul

Win goodies with WORLD CUP '66 - LIVE and Art of Football

To celebrate the anniversary of England's historic World Cup win, we have some goodies to give away, courtesy of our friends at Art Of Football, including an original print and a t-shirt.

To enter, simply email the answer to the question below to competition@broadway.org.uk with the subject ‘WORLD CUP ‘66’.

What was the date of the 1966 world cup final?

The deadline for this competition is on Saturday 30th July at midnight.

To coincide with the 50th anniversary of England’s World Cup victory, we’re taking a look at the ways in which cinema has conveyed the magic of the beautiful game in a one day film course - Football on Film - The Beautiful Game. Also, we are showing World Cup '66 - Minute By Minute, broadcast live from Wembley Arena, marking the anniversary of England's historic World Cup win on Sat 30 Jul.