Partnering with independent and community cinemas to stream new and acclaimed films from around the world

YourScreen is a unique multi-screen virtual cinema now open to all film-lovers, but developed specifically for community cinemas and independent theatrical exhibitors who would like to extend their audience offer without physically building new screens in their venues!

With many venues still operating at limited capacity, and audiences reluctant or unable to venture out, YourScreen gives film-lovers access to a virtual cinema with a regularly refreshed programme of new films not available on other UK digital platforms.

YourScreen shares revenue with partnered exhibitors, and if you are a community cinema or film club, partnering with YourScreen is your best choice to meet obligations to subscribed members. If you are a film-lover hungry for an alternative to the mega-platforms, you’ll find the carefully-curated, manageable selection of award-winning world cinema offered by YourScreen irresistible.

While YourScreen provides a short-term solution to the current disruption, it is also a long-term opportunity for independent cinemas to programme unmissable films for different audiences, introducing a year-round revenue stream without the overheads. For community cinemas and clubs YourScreen is a marketing tool and a recruitment call to boost membership. For all film-lovers, the YourScreen virtual cinema’s doors are open and your seat awaits you.

How it works

If you’re a theatrical exhibitor or a community cinema and would like to complement your in-venue screenings, YourScreen provides an extra, virtual screen on which to offer an online programme of global cinema mostly unavailable on any other streaming platform. Every two months YourScreen presents a new season of up to ten films – you can select as many or as few as you wish. Please click in the boxes below to find out more. 

If you are a film-lover seeking out interesting new films, click the button below to go straight to our platform.

Community Cinemas & Film Societies

Film societies and clubs will find a wide range of titles chosen to appeal to community cinema audiences.

Independent Commercial Cinemas

Keep your audiences engaged with a selection of films fresh from major film festivals worldwide, most of them as yet unreleased in the UK.

Current season

September 17th – October 31st 2021

includes these films:

Those Who Remained / Akik Maradtak

Barnabás Tóth, Hungary, 2019, 83m, n/c – 15+ advisory, historical drama, sub-titles

Two holocaust survivors find hope for the future, but their relationship is threatened by new forces of darkness.

Availability period:
September 19th – September 30th  NO LONGER AVAILABLE


Siamak Etemadi, Greece / France / Netherlands / Bulgaria, 2020, 101m, n/c – 15+ advisory, drama, sub-titles

An Iranian mother’s search for her missing son in Athens sets her on an odyssey of self discovery.

Availability period:
September 17th – October 24th

The Reports on Sarah and Saleem

Muayad Alayan, Occupied Palestinian Territory / Germany, 2018, 127m, n/c – 15+ advisory, drama / thriller, sub-titles

An illicit affair is terrifyingly conflated with the political tensions of the Middle East.

Availability period:
September 17th – October 24th


Guillaume Senez, Belgium / Switzerland / France, 2015, 95m, n/c – 15+ advisory, drama / romance, sub-titles

The complications of teenage life are exposed with an intense honesty and immediacy.

Availability period:
September 24th – 31st October


Nunzia De Stefano, Italy , 2019, 86m, n/c – 15+ advisory, drama, sub-titles, Triple F-Rated

Sick of the poverty and corruption she sees around her, 17-yr-old Nevia is determined to escape.

Availability period:
September 24th – 31st October

Games People Play / Seurapeli

Jenni Toivoniemi, Finland, 2020, 117m, n/c – 15 advisory, drama / comedy, sub-titles, Triple F-Rated

Eight old friends, approaching middle age, re-unite at a Finnish lakeside villa. A comedy about the tragedy of being forever young.

Availability period:
October 1st – October 31st

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