"Rousing stuff"  ★★★★
 Empire

Just Do It lifts the lid on climate activism and the daring troublemakers who have crossed the line to become modern-day outlaws. Documented over a year, Emily James' film follows these activists as they blockade factories, attack coal power stations and glue themselves to the trading floors of international banks despite the very real threat of arrest.

"A smart, funny, adrenalised portrait of 21st century activism" Danny Leigh - The Guardian



Get Just Do It to a cinema near you!



There are a slate of cinemas already on board to show the film. Below is a list we’ve put together of additional key cinemas we want to secure along with contact information for their programmers (the people who decide which films to show). Please look for your local cinema and shoot the programmer a quick email, give them a call or better yet head over and ask to see the Programmer or General Manager. Also below is a template letter you can use to email these people. If you can’t find your local cinema on the list, give us a shout.

If your local cinema is a Vue or an Odeon (esp. if it’s a Vue) it is definitely worth heading over as they don’t make contact info available online.

Thanks so much for your help! Once you’ve reached out to the cinema please email, our Outreach Coordinator, Molly at msmollyjames@gmail.com to let us know how it went.

Cinemas

London – Richmix – Programmer – Negede.Assefa@richmix.org.uk / 020 7613 7498

London – Curzon MAYFAIR | RENOIR | CHELSEA | RICHMOND | MILLBANK  info@curzonae.com

London – Phoenix Finchley – management@phoenixcinema.co.uk / 020 8444 6789

London – ICA 020 7930 3647 / davidc@ica.org.uk

London – Genesis – Whitechapel – genesisme@aol.com / 020 7780 2000

London – Prince Charles 020 7494 3654 / dutymanager@princecharlescinema.com / www.facebook.com/PrinceCharlesCinema

London – Barbican-  film@barbican.org.ukemma.watkins@barbican.org.uk cinema programmer

London - BFI Southbank-  heather.osborn@bfi.org.uk

London - Cine Lumiere - charlotte.saluard@ambafrance.org.uk

London - Electric Cinema - boxoffice@electrichouse.com,  020 7908 9696

London – Everyman Baker St: Contact General Inquires: 0871 906 9060, use their contact us page on site: http://www.everymancinema.com/contact-everyman

London – Notting Hill Coronet: Contact: General Inquires- 020 7727 6705, info@coronet.org

London - Screen on the Green: Contact General Inquires- 02031450525, or use their contact us page on site: http://www.everymancinema.com/contact-everyman

Chesham – The Elgiva manager@elgiva.com / 01494 582900

Dorset: Electric palace – 01308 428354 email on website – http://www.electricpalace.org.uk/contact-us.html

Dover- Silverscreen- 01304 228000

Folkstone- Silverscreen 01303 221230

Portsmouth – No. 6 cinema  – info@no6cinema.co.uk / Simon Middleton, Film and Programme Manager

Sheffield – Showroom 0114 275 7727 / ian.wild@showroomworkstation.org.uk

Manchester – Cornerhouse 0161 228 7621 info@cornerhouse.org – Programme & Engagement Director

Leicester – Phoenix Square General Enquiries: 0116 2422803 – e-mail on web site http://phoenix.org.uk/index.php?cms_id=212

Bradford – Pictureville have your say section: http://www.nationalmediamuseum.org.uk/GetInvolved/HaveYourSay.aspx

Nottingham – Broadway Caroline Hennigan – http://www.broadway.org.uk/contact/caroline / info@broadway.org.uk / 0115 9526 611

Newcastle – Side-  0191 232 2208 / side.cinema@amber-online.com /

Newcastle – Star and Shadow- info@starandshadow.org.uk / 0191 261 0066 / matfleming76@googlemail.com

Birmingham – MAC Chief Executive Dorothy Wilson: 0121 446 3253, Email dorothy.wilson@macarts.co.uk

Birmingham: 7-Inch email portal on website – http://7inch.org/contact/

Wolverhampton – Lighthouse Cinema Co-ordinator – Jas Kapur email: jaskapur@light-house.co.uk

Walsall- Showcase cinema-  0871 220 1000

Cumbria – Zefferillis Ambleside- enquiries@zeffirellis.com -David Stanning, General Manager: 015394 30465

Bristol – Watershed 0117 927 5100 / mark@watershed.co.uk

Bristol – The Cube cubeadmin@cubecinema.com / Curator – linabfrank@googlemail.com / 0117 907 4190

Reading Film Theatre – rft@reading.ac.uk /  0118 378 7151

Reading Showcase Cinema- 0871 220 1000

Dublin – Irish Film Institutesglennie@irishfilm.ie

_______________

Hello Cinema Programmer,

My name is _________ . I live in ___________ . I am really looking forward to seeing the upcoming documentary ‘Just Do It: a tale of modern-day outlaws’ here at the _________ ( insert name of local cinema). When will you be showing it? Let me know the details as I plan to promote in amongst my friends and colleagues via email and social media.

if you are a member of/ work for a local group, or  a group with a local following then include the next paragraph as well.

I am a member/ insert your title of ______________, based here in ________.  We at ________ (name of group) are very supportive of Just Do It’s message and plan to make sure our _______ (# of )  members get a chance to see it in the cinema as well. We plan to include information about the screening in our newsletter, which goes out to ______ people each week. * We’ll also be promoting it outside of our immediate network and through the out the area.

* If this is not applicable then include any detail here about actions your group has/will be taking to promote the film, e.g. email lists, social media posts, plans to have a speaker before or after the film.

Again, please let us know when we can see a screening at the ________ (name of cinema).

Cheers,

___________

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6 Responses to “Get Just Do It to a cinema near you!”

  1. Keith 27. Apr, 2011 at 6:32 pm #

    Forget Odeon in Guildford. I would not go there. Far better venue in Guildford is the Electric Theatre which has a good track record for indie films.

    http://www.guildford.gov.uk/electrictheatre

  2. Alice leadbitter 30. Apr, 2011 at 5:35 am #

    What about the Picture House in Hebden Bridge… You can get a mug of proper tea there! Xx

  3. Jack 23. May, 2011 at 11:54 am #

    The Star and Shadow is to cinema what you are to film… sort of. Volunteer run (no employees and no bosses).

    We’ll definitely programme Just Do It; all I need is a date and whatever press pack you can issue so we can get it in the programme and advertise it well. I’ve been looking forward to programming this for ages now…

    Jack xx

  4. Phil Joyce 01. Jun, 2011 at 5:21 am #

    @Jack of Star and Shadow: Where are you based? You could garner new members by annoucing where you are based. I would be interested in coming along.
    Phil
    in Andover, UK

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