Press Coverage

Scalarama welcomes all interest in the season – to contact an organiser email or tweet @Scalarama

Scalarama 2016

Sight & Sound September 2016 issue (mention – below)

Independent Cinema Office Blog: 5 reasons why you should go to an independent cinema right now!Top 10 Films: Julia Marchese Gets To Tour With Doc “Out Of Print” After Successful GoFundMe Campaign

Hey You Guys: Julia Marchese on Out of Print and the importance of 35mm cinema

Physical Impossibility: SKALAHRAHMA GLAZGOHH

Directed by Women: Michael Pierce: Scalarama, #DirectedbyWomen, ideas, dreams and partnerships

Bristol24/7: Interview with Tara Judah

KILTR: Scalarama Glasgow

BN1 Magazine: Scalarama article

The Skinny: Scalarama 2016 Highlights

Visit Bristol: Scalarama Bristol 2016

SmokeScreen: September is Scalarama month! Top picks to see in the monthly celebration of cinema going…

Leeds Inspired: Scalarama listings

FACT: Scalarama: Bringing Unique Cinema to FACT

IMPACT: Our picks for Scalarama in Nottingham

Glasgow Living: Scalarama

Bristol 24/7: Scalarama returns for sixth year

The State of the Arts: Preview

ResonanceFM: Scala Review Show

Scalarama 2015


Danny Leigh’s fantastic article in the September Issue of Sight & Sound


The Shortlist (see above)


The Metro (see above)


Big Issue North (see above)

Cinema Nation Radio:

BBC Radio London:

BBC Radio 4:

Radio Reverb – Brighton events:

The Guardian Guide:

The Sunday Herald:

Little White Lies: Peter Strickland:

Indiewire: #DirectedbyWomen:

Time Out Bristol:

WOW 24/7 Bristol:

Time Out Glasgow:

Physical Impossibility:

The Skinny:

Time Out London:

Smokescreen London:

The Skinny North West:

Creative Tourist: Manchester:

Bay TV Liverpool:

Double Negative:

Liverpool Echo:

It’s Liverpool:

The Brighton Argus:

North Devon Journal:

Scalarama 2014

The Guardian: Scratch’n’sniff seats:

The Guardian Guide:

More to be added…

Scalarama 2013

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Scala Beyond (2012)

The Guardian – Ruth Jamieson – Scala Beyond: new season urges cinephiles to show films their way

More to be added…

Scala Forever (2011)

The Guardian – Danny Leigh – For crying out loud, please love thy neighbour in the cinema

The Guardian – Tony Paley – Cinema of sin: London’s old Scala picturehouse

The Snipe – Scala Forever: Adult films and B-movies are back, temporarily

More to be added…