UK Cinema Wants To Welcome You Back With #LoveCinema Campaign

Life must go on, life will be different but one thing most of us are looking forward to sitting in a cinema screen. Off course some cinemas have been opened for a while, by the end of this month more will be opened. Today UK Cinemas kicked off their #LoveCinema campaign to welcome everyone back to cinemas.

This is nationwide campaign designed to capture the attention of audiences across the country and remind them of the unique experience that only the big screen can offer.

We appreciate in regards to lockdown and Covid-19, we’re not out of the woods yet. We know some of you now might not be the right time to return and everyone must respect that. You will know there will always be a seat for you when the time is right.

The #LoveCinema campaign celebrates the nation’s love of cinema, a central part of our community and the most accessible and popular form of ticketed cultural entertainment in the UK.

At the heart of the campaign is a cinematic montage,  which celebrates the wonder of cinema, stories that have captured our imaginations, shaped memories, moved us to tears, made us laugh, and opened our eyes to alternative worlds.

The montage featuring over 50 films pays tribute to some of the most memorable moments from cinema history including the ground-breaking cultural treasure The Wizard of Oz, winner of 11 Oscars Ben Hur, number one on the IMDb poll of greatest films ever made The Shawshank Redemption, the timeless musical classic My Fair Lady and the iconic underdog crowd-pleaser Rocky.

It also teases the most anticipated films hitting screens this year, including Christopher Nolan’s espionage thriller Tenet, Daniel Craig in his final outing as James Bond in No Time to Die, Gal Gadot reprising her iconic superhero role in Wonder Woman 1984, Marvel’s Black Widow starring Scarlett Johansson and Denis Villeneuve’s hotly awaited adaptation of the evolutionary sci-fi epic Dune starring Timothée Chalamet.

A wide slate of films is on offer for film fans of all ages, including new releases, all-time classics, franchise
favourites, independent gems, animations and event cinema, plus a broad range of genres such as comedy, documentary, musical, horror, romance and sci-fi from the UK and beyond.

Past few weeks I have watched the The Lord Of The Rings Trilogy once again. It was wonderful to see the three films on the big screen again.Great stories deserve the big screen, find a cinema near you opened, head over to Love Cinema.