Our Family Film Club was established in 2015 to introduce a younger audience to classic and world cinema in a fun and interactive way.
Our film events are relaxed and open to everyone. We especially welcome children and young people with additional needs, who may find it hard to visit a regular cinema. Each film is accompanied by a creative activity to suit a wide range of abilities and to enhance awareness of certain elements in a film.
Never has there been a more important time to promote and encourage inclusion and togetherness. We hope that by watching films from all over the globe your children will not only be entertained but also educated about the world around them.
In 2020 we changed our name from Bromley Family Film Club to Small World Cinema.
MEET THE TEAM
Originally from The Netherlands, Saskia has lived in the UK since 1996. She works as outreach manager for the London Film School and is an ambassador for the film education charity INTO FILM. She is passionate about thoughtful and intelligent films for children and started the Bromley Family Film Club to share films with local families.
Laura is an artist and filmmaker who specialises in film heritage workshops for families. She founded Lightbox Cinema Workshops in 2013 and regularly delivers workshops for Small World Cinema including silhouette animation, optical illusions, 16mm scratch animation and stopmotion.
Mat Bartlett is an Illustrator and Graphic Designer who regularly collaborates with Small World Cinema. He created our logo, graphic identity and designs our social media content. As a freelancer his clients include Serious Trust and EFG London Jazz Festival.
Sarah has a background in printed textiles and trend forecasting. She loves working with children and volunteers her skills at the various creative craft activities that we organise at Small World Cinema. She has an established online Etsy shop selling vintage kids toys/clothes and retro homeware, and works for Fab Dab Do, a craft company for kids.