Chichester Cinema Chichester New Park Road, England, PO19 7XY

Chichester Cinema is one of the UK’s most acclaimed independent Cinemas showing national and international film, live performances and is host to an annual film festival.

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Chichester Cinema at New Park is one of the country’s most acclaimed independent Cinemas showing the best of national and international film, screening live performances and host to an annual film festival.

 

What can I see at Chichester Cinema?

Chichester Cinema is a single screen cinema showing current releases, classics and foreign language films, as well as live performances.

The cinema was originally created as the ‘Chichester College Adult Education Film Society’ in September 1979 by Roger Gibson (who is still Artistic Consultant & Festival Director today),  showing one film per week. Today, t

he cinema aims to screen a high-quality programme of films from across the world that engage diverse audiences and promote the enjoyment of film.

 

 

an image showing the auditorium at Chichester Cinema at New Park

Chichester Cinema at New Park

Chichester International Film Festival

Since its inception in 1992, the Chichester International Film Festival has grown from 29 films in one location, to 150 films in seven locations and is a nationally renowned Film Festival, known for a challenging and exciting programming. It is held each summer, spanning 21 days and is orchestrated by Roger Gibson.

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