Liverpool has a couple of city centre multiplexes. These are FACT and Odeon Liverpool One. There are also some cracking older cinemas. These are Crosby Plaza and Woolton Picturehouse. The Liverpool Philharmonic Hall also holds screenings, often with live soundtrack.
There is also an emerging scene of independent screening spaces. Canvas is a regular monthly night screening work from local filmmakers with live music, held at 3345 Parr Street. A Small Cinema is a new night that replicates the pleasures of an old-fashioned popcorn-fest with a sense of refinement. On Sundays there are often screenings of radical films at News From Nowhere. The Kazimier hold Sunday night cinema events and Wolstenholme Projects holds screenings of artists' films or cult movies on the first Thursday of the month.
Futureshorts is a programme of award-winning short films and music videos, which shows at locations across the UK, including occasional screenings at FACT. tenantspin programme a series called Liverpool community film night, also at FACT.
An unusual (and weather-variable) option is Church of St. Luke, the bombed out church, which holds occasional seasons, such as a recent tribute to Humphrey Bogart.
Northern Film Network hold occasion events and screenings for local filmmakers to meet each other.