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Artsline, 6 October 2008, 16:24

470 FREE subtitled cinema shows!

Fancy a few hours off school to catch a film at the cinema? For free?
Subtitled Ratatouille, Wall-e, Prince Caspian, Juno, Son of Rambow and more.

National Schools Film Week is the biggest event of its kind in the world.

Last year more than 300,000 children saw 1,500 films - for free - in 530
locations throughout the UK.
This year, almost 2,000 film screenings are being held.
More than a quarter - 470 - of these shows will be subtitled.

Please note that these screenings are for school groups only and are not
open to the public.
If you would like to attend one of the free subtitled shows you must let
your school know, so they can book tickets!
Schools can book from NOW until 17th October.
Full details on the website:

All shows take place between:
20th - 24th October (England, Wales, N. Ireland)
3rd - 7th November (Scotland)
Click for subtitled listings:

For PRIMARY schools:

For SECONDARY schools:

Every school in the UK has received the National Schools Film Week programme
which contains more information.
More details on the NSFW website HERE:

The UK leads the world in 'accessible' cinema.
More than 300 cinemas regularly screen the latest films with on-screen
subtitles for hearing impaired people, and a narrated soundtrack (audio
description) for visually impaired people.

Full nationwide listings:

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