Save a local independant cinema for future generations

Light House cinema, founded in 1986 and formally opened by Mayor of Wolverhampton in 1987, has launched a campaign to save the independant cinema ¬†based in Wolverhampton for future generations of cinema goers across the West Midlands region, by trying to raise funds to upgrade and convert¬† all of its cinema screens to fully digitial. For the last decade, since the start of the ‘digital revolutiuon’ in films and media, digital projection is the way forward for cinemas looking to future-proof themselves, with most large UK cinema chains having already switched to digital projection, it is important to preserve the future of this independant cinema for future generations of cinema-goers, and fans of independant cinemas alike. Check out the link below to read more and to show your support.