Total Film Screening Club

This Month: Pride

The Screening Club gives you the opportunity to watch the latest movies for free!

Every month, we give away tickets to see upcoming movies before they're released.

To be in with a chance of getting some tickets, simply sign up to our Friday Newsletter. A unique code will appear within the newsletter which can be redeemed for the screening.

Simply take the code from the newsletter and head to for a chance to claim tickets.

The promotion runs on a first come, first served basis, so keep an eye on your inbox around Friday lunchtime and claim your ticket immediately.

This Month: Pride


A true story set during the Miners' Strike in 1984, Pride tells the tale of a group of gay and lesbian activists who decide to raise money to help striking miners and their families, and the unlikely and ultimately triumphant alliances the two groups form. Starring a large ensemble cast including Bill Nighy, Imelda Staunton, Dominic West, and Paddy Considine, and directed by Matthew Warchus, this is a feelgood hit about how your differences can bring you together. @PrideMovieUK

"Forget Billy Elliot and The Full Monty - if you're looking for warm-hearted UK comedy drama, then Pride is sure to become your new favorite feelgood movie. Based on the true life story of a group of gay and lesbian activists who supported a community of Welsh miners during the '80s strike, it's uplifting, inspiring and affecting in equal measure. A guaranteed grin-inducer."
Matt Risley, Online Editor



Screening Club Terms & Conditions

Tickets are subject to availability and will be allocated on a first-come first-serve basis. 

They are non transferable and there is no cash alternative.  While all efforts are made to ensure tickets are allocated to a screening's capacity, in the event of an overbooking for whatever reason, any alternative ticket allocation is entirely at the discretion of Show Film First, Cineworld or the cinema manager. 

You must bring a valid ID and be in attendance with the named ticket holder to avoid being refused entry.

No guaranteed compensation is offered.  We reserve the right to cancel the screening, substitute it with an alternative film we deem appropriate or vary the time and venues of the screening if forced to do so by circumstance beyond our control. 

Sounds and video recording equipment are strictly prohibited in all preview screenings. Arrive early to avoid disappointment. No persons will be admitted under the age of the BBFC certificate specified for the film. 

Proof of age may be required.  In order to claim tickets you will need to register with Show Film First Limited.  For more information and full terms and conditions, please visit




    • ilkinjamalli

      Oct 29th 2013, 17:01

      The code 562195 in newsletter is invalid!

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    • Frogfisher

      Jan 10th 2014, 18:13

      I keep getting the newsletter after the tickets have been taken... seems a bit unfair...

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    • ak04uuw

      Jan 15th 2014, 21:55

      All these screenings coming up and never any for Manchester - Why, what is wrong with Manchester one of the major cities in England. The closest is either Bolton or Ashton, both of which take around hour to drive to, especially in rush hour just to get to get to a screening. There is a Cineworld in Didsbury, why do you never use that venue, even if just occasionally?

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    • mikedav

      Jan 17th 2014, 17:59

      MikeDav Same thing newsletter never arrives until after 5 by which time all bham tickets (and many others) are already gone. Just exactly how does Total Film run its newsletter e mails???

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    • birddman10

      Jan 24th 2014, 10:03

      birddman10.I am still not receiving any news letter why?

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    • lilycrussell

      Jan 24th 2014, 15:03

      I've signed up twice and not received the email :(

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    • rose79

      Feb 7th 2014, 18:32

      The code that is given for 2/7/2014 is for theaters across the pond.

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    • firehorse

      Mar 7th 2014, 21:19

      Would be great if the code extended more across the UK. Several times I've been invited to join but my local town has not been included on the original list :-)

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    • awarrior

      May 2nd 2014, 18:06

      I am not getting my newsletter anymore. why?

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    • jacquix

      May 23rd 2014, 16:14

      There are never any tickets for Lodnon when I try for them. (London, sorry – can't use my back button in this box for some weird reason).

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    • jacquix

      May 23rd 2014, 16:14

      Also, is this like Twitter with limited character space?

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