Single Title MPLC Movie Licence
MPLC can also offer a single title MPLC Movie Licence. This licence is issued for the screening of a specific film on a named day. It then allows the film to be screened either commercially (with an admission charge) or non-commercially (free of charge). The MPLC Movie Licence also offers the freedom to advertise the film titles.
No need to wait for the Studio copy.
Use your own library of home entertainment DVDs/download files from any legal retail or rental source.
Tens of thousands of titles available from one licensing source.
Any titles released on DVD or Blu-ray are available from the MPLC participating producers.
Real customer service - guaranteed.
We make it easy to be legal. Our licensing teams are friendly and applications are processed within the next working day.
Search our 'Resource Section' on the right hand side of this page for specialist advice on Film Societies, the latest film news and DVD suppliers.
The MPLC work with the BFFS*, NCPTA and ICO* to promote the best practice in community cinema events & film clubs.
* An introductory discount is available for BFFS and ICO members.
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BFFS is the British Federation of Film Societies, the national agency for the development and support of the film society and community cinema movement in the UK.
We offer a wide range of services and resources dedicated to the needs of community cinemas. From the basics when starting up your own Film Society or Community Cinema, to the latest film news, promotion ideas, events schedules, networking with other societies and a specialist advice and query service.
The Independent Cinema Office (ICO) is the national organisation for the development and support of independent film exhibition in the UK. The ICO works in association with independent cinemas, film festivals, film societies and the regional and national screen agencies.
Our primary aim is to bring the widest range of films to the widest possible audience. We provide programming advice services to all film societies in the UK with the support of the UK Film Council, on areas as diverse as rights tracking, hire terms, licences and release patterns.
We also organise special film screening events to give exhibitors the chance to preview films before they are released in cinemas, so they can make informed choices about which films to include in their upcoming programmes.
Major movie database includes summaries, cast information, and more for almost every film ever released. Also includes actor biographies and filmographies. Visit www.uk.imdb.com
Film London is the capital's film and media agency. We sustain, promote and develop London as a major international film-making and film cultural capital. This includes all the screen industries based in London - film, television, video, commercials and new interactive media. Visit www.filmlondon.org.uk
FindAnyFilm.com is one of the UK's leading websites for film fans looking to watch, buy, download or rent great films.
We're supported and funded by the UK Film Council and advertising revenue. This means our unique service comes to you free of charge, so you can find any film you're looking for across a number of different formats - cinema, TV, DVD, downloads, Blu-ray...
It's our aim to give you the best possible movie experience, promoting every type of film that's available for viewing in the UK. To do this, we're working with the UK Film Council, the Industry Trust, and exhibitors, distributors and retailers, to promote legally available films - making high-quality, legal viewing one of our top priorities. Visit www.findanyfilm.com
Amazon.co.uk opened its virtual doors in October 1998 and strives to be the world's most customer-centric company, where people can find and discover anything they might want to buy online, and endeavours to offer its customers the lowest possible prices. Amazon.co.uk and other sellers offer millions of unique new, refurbished and used items in categories such as books, movies, music. Visit www.amazon.co.uk
FACT is the UK's leading trade organisation established to protect and represent the interests of the film and broadcasting industry against copyright and trademark infringements. Visit www.fact-uk.org.uk
The British Board of Film Classification is an independent, non-governmental body, which has classified cinema films since it was set up in 1912, and videos since the passing of the Video Recordings Act in 1984. Visit www.bbfc.co.uk